We still haven’t received all the documents for the build (Video)

We still haven’t received all the documents for the build (Video)
We still haven’t received all the documents for the build (Video)

The builder promised to be ready by September 10-15

Official Minister of Regional Development and Public Works Arch. Ivan Shishkov inspected the construction of the Greece-Bulgaria interconnector.

The builder promised to finish it in the period September 10-15. “I hope that what I will see today will reassure me that everything will happen like this,” Minister Shishkov said in advance.

The inspection started at the gas measuring station near Stara Zagora, where the problems are the least. On one of the sites, fireproof paint had to be changed and plastered. Part of the road to the station, built not along the designated route, is also to be moved, but this has been postponed for the next stage. Still, there were more unfinished business at the dispatch center in the Haskovo village of Stamboliyski.

“We are in continuous contact with builders, designers and supervisors. Every day I receive photos of the progress of the construction. The problem is that we have not yet received all the documents for the construction already done, my expectations are that it will be done by the end of next week and to finish the documents. There has been tension between us at times, but it is professional, collegial – nothing else. We have also specified in what way the executive will be presented, through which minimal deviations from the project made during construction will be approved.

At this point, I have no concerns about the construction timeline, but we have to maintain the pace we set a month ago, every day counts. The state literally became part of this construction. We will make every effort to the end to be able to complete the site,” assured the Acting Minister of Regional Development and Public Works, architect Ivan Shishkov.

He expects that in the near future the regional governors of Stara Zagora, Haskovo and Kardzhali will provide positive opinions from all the mayors of the municipalities through which the pipeline from Greece passes – a document necessary for putting the gas pipeline into operation.

“We are thinking in the direction of how to solve the problems in advance, where they can arise, not after the construction,” said arch. Ivan Shishkov. From the gas measuring station near Stara Zagora, he traveled to the dispatch center in the Haskovo village of Stamboliyski.


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