/ PHOTOGALLERY / The construction of a new Tatra Technical Museum in Kopřivnice in Novojičín begins at least with a half-year delay.
The breach of the planned timetable does not affect the opening of a new exhibition in the Kopřivnice car factory by 2020.
The reason that the region once again announced a tender for the construction of a museum is that it was easy to cancel the first tender to the contractor because the offerings of companies were higher than the authorities could have paid using the European funds. The Regional Council meeting in Strasbourg on Tuesday, November 6, announced a new tender, including its terms.
"STROP" IS 172 MILLION
"The second round could negotiate the termination of the financial ceiling of SEK 124 million, which was a condition for granting a European contribution. Project costs can now reach a maximum of SEK 172 million, including cost costs, of which almost 111 million comes from European money. will pay the region from its budget, says Deputy Finance Director, Investment and Property Jaroslav Kania, saying that the winner of the tender can know the region next spring when construction work should begin.
"We are entering half a year, but it is still in line with the other schedules, and we will get it all the way. We could finish in two years. We would like to welcome the first visitors in the 2020 season," the advisor added .
The new Tatra motor museum is formed as a branch of the Novojičínska Museum, which is a contributing organization of the Moravian-Silesian region and will also drive it.
"Tatra Trucks donated a site with a former foundry to build a museum. It must now be reconstructed and prepared for the needs of cultural facilities. The car will also allow the use of adjacent areas for construction and will add the project a collection of unique vehicles for who there were no showroom yet, "spoke spokesman Nikola Birklenová.
The exhibition itself will focus on Tatra's trucks and is currently completing its design work. Obviously, the biggest attraction will be paradoxically railroad special.
"The reconstructed legendary Slovak missile train, which lies on the" rejuvenating "walk in Hranice in Moravia, will have a separate exhibition. We work near the current Tatras technical museum. The aim is to create a modern Tatra car museum, a worthy exhibition of Slovakian Strela and a support base for visitors to cultural facilities, a restaurant, enough parking space. Improve the care of the technical monuments and preserve them for future generations, "added the Minister of Culture Lukáš Curylo.