Skopje’s preschool institution going through makeover


July 23, 2015





July 23, 2015




Municipality of Centar in Skopje is financing the reconstruction and enlargement of kindergarten ‘13-ti Noemvri’. Local authorities also announced necessary measures for energy efficiency, with new tiles, windows and heating and power installations. The kindergarten will become an energy efficient object, and the most sophisticated ecological materials will be used in the construction works, the municipality said in a press release. It added the project solves the huge problem with floors, which have been devastated by moisture and had bad influence on health of the children and workers. New installations include sewage.

Besides the HACCP standard for the production and distribution of meals, and solutions for the future small kitchen on the first floor, an escalator for food will be installed.

The municipality invests MKD 28.6 million (EUR 465,000) in the works, for which company Žikol from the town of Strumica was hired, portal said.

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