New Sukosan Coastal Belt Worth 10 Million Kuna Planned

Lauren Simmonds

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As Morski writes, Sukosan will get a new small port worth 10 million kuna by the end of this year. The works are being carried out by the Zadar County Port Authority, and include the rehabilitation of the Sukosan coastal belt spanning a total length of 432 metres and the construction of a new pier on the removed site spanning a length of 12 metres.

”The project of rehabilitation of the Sukosan coastal belt is being implemented with the funds provided by the relevant ministry, the County Port Authority and Zadar County, with the operational support of the Municipality of Sukosan. This is just one in a series of investments in port infrastructure in the wider Zadar County area. Over the past five years, more than 250 million kuna has been invested in the rehabilitation of ports and harbours in all parts of this county, and we have a number of projects in the implementation or preparation phase,” said Zadar County Prefect Bozidar Longin and the Director of the Zadar County Port Authority, Davor Skibola.

”We’re satisfied that Zadar County, ie the County Port Authority, received more than 13 million kuna in national funds last year, and with this money as well as with funds from other sources, we’re going to continue to invest in port infrastructure throughout this county. There is a real synergy here and I believe that together we will be able to implement a number of other projects for the benefit of our residents,” the prefect added.

The estimated duration of the project of arranging a part of the Sukosan coastal belt within the borders of the port area is around fifteen months. The contractor is Akropolis d.o.o. from the City of Split, and professional supervision is being carried out by PI Consulting d.o.o.

”The planned solution envisages the construction of a new coastal wall, the reconstruction of the final surface of the existing piers and the coastal promenade,” explained Davor Skibola, who also thanked Zadar County and the Ministry of Maritime Affairs, Transport and Infrastructure for systematically assisting in their continued activities.

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