The City of Sveti Ivan Zelina has been handed over the main project, ie the complete project documentation for the Zelina Aquapark, which the City will now send to public law bodies and request their consent for the issuance of a building permit.The aquapark project will be realized in the area of the former Zelina pools, which in the second half of the last century were one of the most beautiful tourist centers in continental Croatia and a favorite picnic spot for thousands of Zagreb residents and others who came to swim in Sveti Ivan Zelina.The last fifteen years are no longer in operation, and in 2013 the City of Sveti Ivan Zelina began preparing the space and documentation to revitalize this area again. The project documentation consists of 14 parts of the main project and 4 studies, and was prepared by the company PulSaR arhitektura doo from Zagreb. “Obtaining a building permit is the final step before starting work. It is the most concrete indicator of our seriousness and determination to realize the Aquapark Zelina project, which the citizens are looking forward to.”Said Mayor Hrvoje Košćec during the handover of documentation.The conceptual solution for Aquapark Zelina was made by the company ActionPark WaterScapes from Spain in 2016, which is designed so that the project is realized in stages. In the first phase, water surfaces intended for swimming, bathing and relaxation will be built, as well as slides that can be used by adults and children.The first phase will also include a large “castle” with seven slides, and later a tall mega slide with other facilities will be added. There are locker rooms, toilets and other mandatory facilities for managing the aquapark, but most of the space will be used for catering and entertainment facilities that can operate throughout the year – club space in the basement, restaurant on the ground floor with terrace, large hall on the first floor which will serve for a larger number of guests and various ceremonies, exercise halls, wellness, spa or beauty facilities and the like.The estimated value of the project is 6 million euros, and the Aquapark Zelina project is also included in the list of capital projects of the Investment and Competitiveness Agency.
Share By mid-2012, one million of people of Metropolitan area of Caracas will have a better supply of water through a vast water system currently under development.Tuy System IV, which will run in Miranda (south of Caracas) and will transport water to the people of Caracas and Miranda and Vargas states, is the largest hydraulic project in the world, said Minister of People’s Power for Environment, Alejandro Hitcher.“In terms of size and capacity there is no city in the world with pipelines as large as the IV Tuy,” says Hitcher in a press release from the Ministry of Environment.The system will have 72 kilometers of pipes of up to three meters in diameter, through which 21,000 liters of water per second will travel.The Bolivarian Government is investing $382.3 million for this project.The resources come from the Independence Fund for water works, electricity, road and railways.The inauguration of the work is scheduled for June 2012, said Hitcher.The project includes the construction of a compacted concrete dam 84 meters high and 240 feet long on the river Cuira in Barlovento, Miranda state, which will store 700 million cubic meters of water.It also covers the extension and construction of a treatment plant and several works of social impact in the area of influence, all with 100% domestic engineering.Currently, 96% of Venezuelans have access to potable water, reaching one of the UN’s Millenium Goals.At the same time, advances in the construction of aqueducts Winka, which will benefit two million people of the municipalities: Páez Zulia, Maracaibo, San Francisco, La Canada de Urdaneta, Maria and Jesus Enrique Lozada, located in Zulia state (northwest, the second most populous the country).In addition, the Bolivarian Aqueduct for 600,000 inhabitants of the Paraguaná Peninsula, Falcón State (northwest) will be developed, along with the Aqueduct Luisa Cáceres de Arismendi, which will serve the 500,000 inhabitants of Sucre and Nueva Esparta (northeast).For all these projects the government is investing $934.6 million.Venezuelan News Agency /Press Office- Venezuela Embassy to the United States Share Sharing is caring! Share NewsRegional Venezuela Builds the World’s Largest Hydraulic Project by: – June 21, 2011 Tweet 42 Views no discussions
Peter Mc Grath will need Fermanagh to recapture the spirit of his Down team that beat Dublin in the 1994 All Ireland Final. The first two All Ireland Football Quarter Finals take place today with Kerry taking on Kildare at 2pm. Kildare will be looking to find a way past the current All Ireland Champions after seeing off Cork in the Qualifers last weekend.In the second Quarter Final , Dublin take on Fermanagh at HQ at 4pm.