Four public garages to be built in Novi Sad – Management concession for future partner for 40 years

The City of Novi Sad has opened a public invitation for giving concession for the designing, construction, management and maintenance of public garages in the territory of the City. As said, the City will provide the building land, and the concession is given to the private partner for a period of 40 years.

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The subject of the public-private partnership with elements of concession is the designing, construction, management and maintenance of four garages in the territory of the City of Novi Sad, with each individual public garage being a separate item in the concession process.

An underground garage is planned in Modene Street, and the number of underground levels is not limited. The gross area of a level is close to 3,500 m2, and the capacity of the garage is around 100 passenger cars per level.

An overground garage with four floors is planned on the corner of Uspenska and Safarikova streets, and the area is around 10,500 m2. The capacity of the garage is around 70 passenger cars per level.

As said in the documentation, a public garage is also planned near the Provincial Government building and the Assembly of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina. The plan is for this to be an underground garage, with two underground levels with a total area of 6,000 m2. The capacity of the garage is around 90 passenger cars per level.

The fourth garage should be located on the Republic Square. This is supposed to be a two-level underground garage with 14,000 m2 and a capacity of 400 passenger cars.

The public garages should be designed to meet all the demands of the modern way of life, especially from the aspect of comfort, healthcare, ecology, safety and economy.

As said, the construction entails the raising of facilities, the installation of lighting, water supply and sewer, air conditioning and control equipment and other equipment which is required in line with the regulations.

– The concessionaire handles the risk related to the commercial exploitation of the subject of the concession. The provider of the concession is no way guarantees that the concessionaire would make a return on the investment or the costs incurred during the concession period, under regular operating conditions, directly or indirectly, and is not responsible for any potential damage the concessionaire suffers on that basis – the documentation says.

The bid submission deadline is February 21, 2020.

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