Amianto. La Giunta approva la delibera per i lavori di manutenzione straordinaria al quartiere Palmanova Casette

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02 2011

Amianto. La Giunta approva la delibera per i lavori di manutenzione straordinaria al quartiere Palmanova Casette

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Milano: Partiranno a breve i lavori per la rimozione dellamianto, come richiesto anche dalla ASL nelle case di via Civitavecchia, via Rovato, via Brenno, via Molfetta, via Corato, via Castano e via Recco.

La Giunta ha oggi infatti approvato il nuovo quadro economico dellimporto totale di 1.710.350,99 euro relativo ai lavori di manutenzione straordinaria negli edifici del quartiere Palmanova Casette, nella zona nord della città.

Dopo aver stipulato nel dicembre del 2010 il contratto per lappalto per un importo netto di 826.402,10 euro, nello sviluppo dettagliato dei lavori necessari, si è delineato un incremento di 123.661,48 euro dovuto proprio alla presenza di elementi in amianto e strutturali della copertura e dei vani sottostanti, oltre che delle facciate.

"Lapprovazione di questa delibera – ha affermato lassessore alla Casa, Demanio e Lavori Pubblici Lucia Castellano - nella prima Giunta dopo la pausa estiva, è un forte segnale di attenzione ai cittadini e alle loro necessità. La rimozione dellamianto ancora presente in alcuni stabili è una delle priorità, in particolare per la salute dei milanesi, che hanno diritto ad abitazioni dignitose e rispettose della vita umana”.

Giunta Lucia Castellano Casa Demanio Lavori pubblici

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