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Cyprus opens bids for Greece’s Artemida village reconstruction October 31, 2007

Posted by grhomeboy in Architecture Cyprus, Architecture Greece.
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The Government of Cyprus will assign the project of the reconstruction of the village of Artemida in Peloponnesus which was razed by the disastrous forest fires last August, after the opening of bids around mid December.

This was stated by the Interior Minister Christos Patsalides, after a meeting at the Presidential Palace. He added that the cost of rebuilding of the Greek village, is estimated to reach 14.5 million euros. “Our goal is to move on with the work, which concerns the rebuilding or the reconstruction of houses in the area, as soon as possible and with view to do a high quality work”, Patsalides said.

The Minister said that the feedback received from the people of Artemida is very positive. Asked if the companies, which will undertake the work will be Greek, Patsalides said that the bids involve companies, which will be able to undertake the project in Greece. “We can not make a commitment that the companies will be Greek or Cypriot. Our goal is to do the work as soon as possible and with quality”, Patsalides concluded.

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