Contract for Construction of Center for Children with Special Needs Signed in Dubrovnik

Lauren Simmonds

A big step forward in Dubrovnik as the go-ahead is given to the new center.

As DuList reported on the 1st of June, 2017, the 3.5 million kuna contract which gives the green light for the construction of a Center for Children with Special Needs has been signed today by the Director of Dubrovnik’s Health Center, Branko Bazdan, and Niksa Obuljen, the owner of Tonik – the company who will build it. 

While approximately a dozen valid bids were received, the most favourable was that of the company Tonik with a stated amount of 3 541 000 kuna (without VAT). It is reported that the final building should be constructed in six and a half months time.

”We are finalising the preparations for a very important project for all of us, for this County, for the City of Dubrovnik, and for our fellow citizens, especially those with special needs children. This process has been going on for a long time since it is very complex, and luckily, we’ve carried it to the very end – to the beginning of it’s realisation. We looked for ways to finance it and fortunately we managed to secure funds through the County and Health Center. We have a project, license, money, and a contractor. This is a great project, one of my favorite ones – said Dubrovnik-Neretva County Prefect, Nikola Dobroslavic.

The center will provide an area for physical therapies, workshops, living rooms, bathrooms and more, all facilities will be properly and expertly adapted to suit children with special needs and their parents.


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