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Project of the week - PAVILIONS

10 / 05 / 2019
Category: Project News

The project "Remodelling of passport and customs control pavilions in the road border crossing point in Kuźnica Białostocka" (acronym PAVILIONS) is implented within the Thematic Objective BORDERS. The Lead Beneficiary of the project is the Podlaski Voivode (PL), whereas the State Customs Authorities of the Republic of Belarus is a partner.

The road border crossing Kuźnica Białostocka - Bruzgi was opened in 1990 and is a strategic crossing on the Polish-Belarusian border. It is meant for passenger and goods traffic. Due to the large number of heavy goods vehicles cleared, it is necessary to reconstruct the customs and passport control pavilions. The activities planned within the project are aiming to improve the border crossing service simultaneously improving the security of border clearances.

Four passport and customs control pavilions will be rebuilt and two new pavilions will be constructed. Dynamic weights that allow weighing vehicles while in motion will be mounted. More details concerning the project may be found in the flashcard below.

The implementation of the project PAVILIONS started on 11th July 2018. This February, the Podlaski Voivode signed a contract with the contractor concerning construction works and investor supervision. At that time, the works on demolition of the old pavilions and preparations for building the new ones started. The works are implemented according to the schedule and shall last till the end of March 2020.

According to the grant contract, the project PAVILIONS shall be implemented till 10th July 2020.

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Project PAVILIONS