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Serbian Railways: The loan for Prokop railway station construction works becomes operational

Serbian Railways got the approval to use EUR 26m worth loan from Kuwait for construction works at Prokop railway station in Belgrade, the company’s CEO Dragoljub Simonovic stated.

The major contractor at this job is Energoprojekt (ENHL), which will lead consortium of six companies: „Energoprojekt Niskogradnju“, „Energoprojekt Visokogradnju“, „Energoprojekt Opremu“, „ZGOP“ and „AŽD“.

Kuwait Development Fund approved the report from Serbian Railways tender commission thus loan became operative, Simonovic added. Works are expected to be completed in 420 days as stated in a public invitation for tender.

The works on the reconstruction of capacities for acceptance, dispatch and traffic control in the railway station Belgrade center – first phase includes: Construction of the tracks 3, 4, 7 and 8 and reconstruction of existing tracks 9 and 10, procurement of track materials for the tracks 1 and 2, finishing and craftworks in subways and on platforms, manufacturing and installation of the information system with pictograms to inform and direct the passengers, rehabilitation of the hydro insulation on the slab at the level 105, overhead contact line and construction of 4 power sub-stations, electric energy and telecommunication installations and systems in subways and on platforms, dispatching devices and local cables network, securing of the station Belgrade Center, open line junction Karadjordjev Park and Dedinje with electronic signaling and safety devices and reconstruction of the station signaling box.

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