The construction of the new building of the Radio-Television Vojvodina has been completed in Miseluk.
The investment is worth RSD 3.2 billion and was financed by the Government of the Republic of Serbia and the Provincial Government, as one of the joint infrastructure projects in the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina.
The works on the construction of the new building of Vojvodina's public service began in August 2017 with the demolition and removal of 26,879 cubic meters of the ruins of the old building, which had been demolished during the NATO bombing of 1999. As said, the construction was completed four and a half months before the expiration of the deadline.
The preparation of the project and the realization of the three phases of the construction, as well as the expert supervision, entailed the most demanding construction, hydro-engineering, electrical engineering, TC, mechanical and installation works, as well as the completion of the roads around the facility.
The procurement of the equipment worth RSD 569 million, which is also financed by the Provincial Government and the Ministry of Culture and Information, is in progress, whereas the funds for the landscaping and the equipping of the facility with the necessary utilities were provided by the City of Novi Sad.
The new RTV building, where 1,500 employees will work, takes up a gross area of 17,350 m2. It will broadcast program in Serbian and 15 national minority languages, it is said on the website of the Provincial Government.
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