The former diesel power plant, built in 1912, is the current Center for Contemporary Art. (Before reconstruction)
A new space will appear in Tashkent – the Center of Contemporary Art, created to support the development of modern culture in Central Asia. The building, which will become the main object of the center, was built in the early 19th century and served as a diesel power plant that provided the first Tashkent tram with energy. Then this building was the first step in the electrification of Tashkent. Thanks to the reconstruction and transformation, the center will become a catalyst for the rapid development of the art environment of Uzbekistan. Work on the reconstruction of the building will begin in 2022.
Support of the certification of the Center for Contemporary Art (CCA) in Tashkent according to the LEED standard.
Result of the service:
The project is in the process of LEED certification. A certification strategy has been developed, including an increase in energy efficiency, water efficiency and environmental friendliness of materials. All sections of LEED certification have been developed, implemented at all stages of the project under the guidance of an accredited expert.