The "Science Center and Planetarium" project, which Samsun Metropolitan Municipality brought to the city and which will be the first in the Black Sea, is progressing rapidly. Chairman Mustafa Demir, together with AK Party Provincial Chairman Ersan Aksu and MHP Provincial Chairman Abdullah Karapıçak, examined the work on site and shared the latest situation regarding the project. He explained that 66 percent of the work has been completed.
A VERY IMPORTANT PROJECT FOR SAMSUN
Noting that they have brought a center not only to Samsun but to the entire Black Sea, Metropolitan Mayor Mustafa Demir said, “TEKNOFEST is a very important project coming to life on the eve of the Black Sea. The rough construction is almost finished. We will complete it in 2022. We had a meeting with our professors at TUBITAK. We are also starting the design and construction of the equipment and moving parts of the interior. In a very important location, on the side of the main road. Transportation is very easy. It will be the first, new generation and beautiful science center of the Black Sea region.”
It is being built on an area of 8 thousand square meters.
The Black Sea's first Science Center, which was implemented with the protocol signed between the Metropolitan Municipality and the Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TUBITAK), in the Samsun-Ordu Highway Gelemen location, will have an area of approximately 8 thousand square meters. In the project, which has reached a physical realization of 66 percent, metal construction and exterior facade production has been completed. Roofing continues.
IT WILL BE THE FIRST IN THE BLACK SEA
“The Science Center and Planetarium' is the first in the Black Sea. Specially designed for those who are interested in science, technology and innovation, the project includes workshops, foyer area, planetarium, exhibition area, education and recreation area.