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Croatia tenders concession for port passenger terminal

🕔 October 29, 2013
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The Port of Sibenik Authority (PSA) in Croatia is implementing an infrastructure Rehabilitation Project of the Vrulje Quay in the port of Sibenik that will build four berths with a total length of 510 meters, of which two berths with total length of 325 meters. Berths are intended to host cruise ships and ships in the international and local passenger and ro-ro passenger maritime traffic. Investment is worth €12 million, and works are planned to finish in 2014.

PSA is inviting companies to express their interest for tendering for the concession for the financing, construction, management, operation and maintenance of the Terminal Building with associated facilities (the Garage - total area of 8500 m² with 350 parking spaces and associated open spaces) on the new Maritime Passenger Terminal in the port of Sibenik. The concessionaire will also be in charge of the promotion and development of maritime passenger transport.

The total closed area of the Terminal Building is about 6000 m². The total unclosed area is around 15,000 m², of which 4000 m² waiting parking lot and 2400 m² of open spaces and terraces.

Applications should be delivered by 15 December 2013.

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