MoESTD – New Belgrade Center for Science and Research – Central Serbia - Project Profile
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The Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development (MoESTD) is planning to construct the New Belgrade Center for Science and Research project in New Belgrade, Serbia.
The project involves the construction of a 29,000m2 research facility.
The project includes the construction of an exhibit space, a planetarium, a conference hall, a science club with labs and classrooms, parking facility and other related facilities and the installation of power supply system.
Grading has been appointed as the enabling contractor, Interkilma as the consultant, Minel Dinamo as the electrical engineer, werkraumwien as the structural engineer and Architektur Consult as the project management contractor for the project.
In December 2010, Wolfgang Tschapeller was appointed as architect for the project.
European Investment Bank has provided funds for construction work of the project, as a part of EIB's support to the scientific and educational system in Serbia.
In August 2012, the site preparation works on the project commenced and completed in March 2013.
Design activities are underway and are in the process of finalization of project documentation.
The project involves the construction of a 29,000m2 research facility in New Belgrade, Serbia.
The US$78 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of an exhibit space
2. Construction of a planetarium
3. Construction of a conference hall
4. Construction of a science club with labs and classrooms
5. Construction of parking facility
6. Installation of power supply systemReasons To Buy