|calendar>>September 26. 2013 Juche 102|
Construction of Ski Resort on Masik Pass Progresses Apace
| Pyongyang, September 27 (KCNA) -- Soldier-builders are pushing forward the construction of the Ski Resort on Masik Pass.
Ten ski courses have been constructed in the main and nearly 60 projects of a hotel, service and lodging buildings, resting places, heating facilities and dozens of apartment houses for employees are making brisk headway.
Soldier-builders and shock brigade members are sharply increasing the speed of overall construction.
Commanding officers of the field headquarters are scrupulously organizing and commanding operations according to projects and stages after working out concrete daily plans in keeping with the pace of all projects that have reached the final stage.
Soldier-builders in charge of the ski courses are busy rounding off them.
Those in charge of the hotel and service and lodging buildings are pooling their creative wisdom to build all buildings in such a way as to match natural environment and the appearance of a world-class ski resort.
Efficient machines and equipment have been contrived and manufactured in the spirit of self-reliance to increase the speed of construction of underground parking lot, bridges and others three times as high as that in the past while saving huge manpower.
Interior plastering of a cableway control room, building for managing the ski resort, pumping station and other projects are also progressing at the final stage.
Efforts are now focused on the cableway project so that the cableway service may be available for skiers from coming winter up to Taehwa Peak more than 1 360 meters above the sea level.
Soldier-builders in charge of a reservoir transported hundreds of tons of gravel in a short span of time, creating a remarkable speed in building a dam.
The builders of a large resting place on Taehwa Peak, intermediary resting place, kindergarten, nursery, etc. are carrying out their daily quotas at more than 200 percent.
Soldier-builders are pushing forward tile pasting of dozens of apartment houses for employees and leveling of their surroundings simultaneously.
Meanwhile, shock brigade members of Kangwon Province are dynamically pressing ahead with the work to radically change the appearance of the ski resort by improving streams and creating a large area of lawn with turf of new species.
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