Continues the reconstruction and rehabilitation of the dormitory “Goce Delchev”: Launched tender for construction of block A

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Ministry of Education and Science today announced tender for construction of block A, which is the second block of the phase reconstruction of the dormitory “Goce Delchev”.

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-Today at the site of PPB can be found published tender documentation for reconstruction of block A, with the tender will be public or open for applications in respect of the tender until December 7 and at December 7 is planned public opening of interested bidders in participating in the reconstruction and rehabilitation of block A of the dormitory “Goce Delchev”, said Deputy Minister of Education and Science, Spiro Ristovski.

Meanwhile completely will finish the transfer of all students at the block A in block B. Now almost 2/3 of students are transferred, and the transfer is carried out in phases.

-It is planned within 6 months to be fully renovated and repaired, which according to our expectations, these two blocks in the next academic year will be completely reconstructed and finished and will be available Block A and Block B, as completely renovated blocks of dormitory, added Ristovski.

This represents significant step forward, underlined Ristovski and great pleasure due to completely improved conditions for students. The value is about 80-90 million MKD are projected for this student block.

-For the other two blocks, the project is in deep stage of preparation because we simultaneously started to work on projects for the block A and the other two blocks B and D. Under the agreement and our expectations, around mid-January should be completed the project for the remaining two blocks and the dining hall. Then somewhere, around the second half of January, would come out the tender for reconstruction for these two blocks, he added.

With today’s activity, starts second phase of the reconstruction of the largest dormitory in the country, implemented in phases in order to have enough seats to accommodate interested students during the academic year.