The State Investment Management Office has allocated 200 million euro for new investments this year, the director of the Office, Marko Blagojević, told Tanjug.
The two most important healthcare projects are including the construction of the University Children Clinic or popularly called Tiršova II and the Institute for Cardiovascular Diseases Dedinje II.
Blagojević adds that the construction of Tiršova is one of the two most expensive projects and will cost around 100 million euro to build and equip.
“The preparation of this project is nearly finished, and construction is expected to begin during the summer. This is a facility that will span 60,000 square metres, which will be built to the highest standards,” he says. Blagojević adds that the doctors of the existing clinic in Tiršova Street in Belgrade were also involved in drafting the project so that the facility is built in line with the needs of both medical staff and patients.
While the construction of Tiršova has yet to begin, the construction of the Dedinje II healthcare facility, which began in 2019, is nearing completion, and when completed, the area of this institute for cardiovascular diseases will be increased from the current 9,000 square metres to 23,000.
The value of the entire project, i.e. the construction of the building and the procurement of equipment, will be about 42 million euro.
However, the State Investment Management Office does not only deal with healthcare projects. They also manage education projects.
“We are working on primary, secondary and university education. The construction of the new building of the Faculty of Organizational Sciences in Belgrade, which is expected to open in November, is largely underway,” Blagojević informs.
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