February the 4th, 2024 – Works on the largest Split project in several decades, worth a massive 45.5 million euros, have now begun.
As Poslovni Dnevnik writes, Split mayor Ivica Puljak has now officially opened works on the development of Žnjan, the largest Split project in decades. On Monday, the Žnjan company signed a contract with the contractor (Lavčević), on the development of the Žnjan Plateau worth 45.5 million euros.
Following Marjan, Žnjan will be the second largest green area in the City of Split, spanning around 48,000 square metres of greenery, and for this, 730 trees (including) palm trees, as well as 12,815 native shrubs and perennials will be planted. A contract for the supervision of works worth around 184,000 euros was also signed, for which the consortium of bidders Geoprojekt and Sedra Consulting was chosen. The works on this part of the Split project should be completed in one year.
“With the signing of the contract, the extensive preparation process has been completed, and by the end of this week, work on the reconstruction and arrangement of Žnjan will finally begin,” assured Ivica Puljak. In the coming period, the entire area of Žnjan will transform into a large construction site where several parallel operations will all be taking place. That means that good cooperation and the proper coordination of all contractors will be necessary, as will the patience and understanding of locals, especially residents of that part of the city,” he added.
Upon completion of the works on this huge Split project, Žnjan will be able to boast of numerous public facilities such as a promenade, bike paths, and beautifully landscaped beaches, children’s playgrounds, various sports fields, as well as an amphitheatre for cultural and musical events. On top of all of the aforementioned, there will also be eleven pavilion catering-tourist-recreational buildings there. as well as their accompanying facilities for visitors.
It’s important to note that the beach for people with disabilities on Žnjan will remain open during the works on this enormous Split project.