Source: eKapija | Tuesday, 15.03.2022.| 11:46
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Tender for Designing and Construction of Sewer on Danube Left Bank in Belgrade Worth EUR 55 Million Opens

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The EU Delegation to Serbia has published the tender for the designing and construction of the primary and secondary fecal sewers in the municipality of Palilula, in the settlements of Kotez, Krnjaca and Borca.

As announced earlier, this is the tender for the construction of the final phase of the fecal sewer on the left bank of the Danube, 80 kilometers long and with an area of 700 hectares.

The project will encompass the construction of a system for the collection of waste waters in the settlement of Krnjaca (split into five service zones) with connections for user support, the reconstruction of the pumping station Kotez (reconstruction) and the construction of the main sewer from the pumping station Kotez to the existing main sewer on the Zrenjanin Road, as well as the reconstruction of the sewer pumping station Borca and the construction of the main sewer from the pumping station Borca to the existing main sewer on the Zrenjanin Road.

It is noted that the system for the collection of waste waters, in certain zones, due to the characteristics of the terrain, will be designed and built using conventional technology, and in the others, as per the supplier’s choice, using the technologies of either vacuum or gravitation sewer.

The tender is open until June 14, more details can be found HERE.

As the deputy mayor of Belgrade, Goran Vesic, announced earlier, the construction of the sewer on the left bank of the Danube will cost EUR 55 million, of which the value of the agreement on financing that the City of Belgrade signed with the EIB is EUR 35 million, whereas EUR 20 million is to be provided from the city budget.

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