Design and construction of a new aquarium in Bulgaria have entrusted the Russian NGO Mostovik

June 12th mayor of the Bulgarian city of Burgas Dimitar Nikolov and the general director of "Mostovik" Oleg Shishov signed the concession agreement for the design, construction and operation of water entertainment and relaxation complex "Park Oceanarium" inside the park "Jezero" in Burgas.

  In accordance with the terms of a five-year contract, works for which is estimated at 50 million euros, NGO "Mostovik" will perform the design and construction of "Park Aquarium." The project implementation is at the expense of the Omsk association. Currently, the municipality of Burgas area allocated for construction area of 11.8 hectares. The construction is divided into four queues with a phased commissioning of individual objects: water park with water-recreation complex and recreational area, the Dolphinarium, combined with the scientific and educational information center, aquarium and hotel building. The total area of the building oceanarium — 3500 m. m, dolphin capacity of 700 people occupying the space of 8700 square meters. m, the total area of the water park is 26 000 sq. m. m Recall that the agreement on cooperation between the association and the Omsk Government of the Republic was reached two years ago at a meeting of the General Director of the NGO "Mostovik" Oleg Shishova with Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov. After this was established the Bulgarian branch of the Omsk Company "Association Mostovik Burgas". To date, the specialists of the branch association has links with design institutes in Bulgaria, major local companies in the field of hydraulic engineering, as well as enterprise-producers of concrete, steel structures. April 1 at the public hearing held in the municipality of Burgas opening of envelopes with an offer for the concession agreement for the design and construction of water entertainment and relaxation complex "Park Aquarium." Proposal NGO "Mostovik" was officially accepted for processing and in June approved by Community Council of Bourgas.

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