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Dec 08, 2023 14:08 EEST
December 8 (SeeNews) - Slovenia's infrastructure ministry said it has signed a 50.7 million euro ($54.7 million) agreement with a consortium of local companies to upgrade the railway station in the western town of Nova Gorica.
The construction works, which will be carried out by a consortium of Kolektor Koling, SZ ZGP, GH Holding and Iskra, will include the upgrade of track equipment and the construction of a new island and side platform with arranged canopies and associated urban equipment, the ministry said in a statement on Thursday.
Moreover, the project will include the construction of an underpass to enable safe and easier access for passengers to the platform infrastructure and the renovation of the station building, to be carried out in accordance with conditions set by the Slovenian institute for protection of cultural heritage, the ministry said.
The deadline for completing the project is 13 months from the start of works, which is scheduled for December.
The project will be co-financed with returnable funds from Slovenia's Recovery and Resilience Plan in the amount of 43 million euro, the ministry said.
($ = 0.92735 euro)
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