ZAGREB, Feb 18 (Hina) – As part of the EU project “New Attire of Brijuni Islands”, seven former military dormitories on the northern Adriatic island of Mali Brijun will be reconstructed for educational programmes, workshops and research involving kindergartens, schools and university groups, as well as artists, scientists and NGOs, Brijuni National Park said on Monday.
The public procurement procedure is open until 21 February for construction works on the former Defence Ministry facilities which were once used by the Yugoslav People’s Army (JNA).
The value of the construction work and furnishings is HRK 8.5 million (€1.15m).
The work is due to be completed in 2021, says Masa Mihelic, head of the department for project preparation and implementation at the public institution Brijuni National Park.
She added that the project has been co-funded by the European Regional Development Fund through the “Competitiveness and Cohesion” Operational Programme for the 2014-2020 period under the priority “Environment and resource efficiency”.