13 Jun 2024

Ribbon cutting ceremony marks official opening of renovated “Zvezdite” district

GBS-Infrastructure Construction" has successfully executed a project to improve the infrastructure in the "Petko Karavelov" quarter of Vidin

The official opening ceremony for the revitalized inter-block space in Vidin's "Zvezdite" district was held to mark the completion of construction activities. Leading the project was "GBS-Infrastructure Construction," a company within the corporate group of Glavbolgarstroy, specializing in infrastructure development.

The event was attended by Dr. Tsvetan Tsenkov, Mayor of the Municipality, Martin Donchev, Deputy Mayor for Financial and Economic Activity, Budget and Economic Development, Nayden Ionov, Deputy Mayor for Spatial Planning and Infrastructure Development, Momchil Alexiev - Deputy Executive Director at "GBS-Infrastructure Construction", Eng. Rumen Lilov - Head of the "Territory Planning" Department, and Denislav Stamenov - Senior Expert in "Street and Road Network."

The "Petko Karavelov" neighborhood, situated near Vidin's center, underwent its first infrastructure improvements in 50 years, addressing severe deterioration. The residential complex received partial upgrades to its water and sewerage networks, asphalting of streets within the inter-block space, construction of sidewalks and parking areas, installation of benches, creation of green spaces, and more.

"The transformation is remarkable. I trust the citizens of Vidin will be pleased. We have initiated a phased revitalization of our city, starting with neighborhoods," remarked Mayor Dr. Tsenkov to the media. He extended gratitude to "Glavbolgarstroy" for their exemplary work and professionalism, expressing optimism for future collaborations between the Municipality and the company.

"Developing infrastructure in urban settings is a complex endeavor, but our team possesses extensive experience and highly skilled personnel, and I am confident we executed the project exceptionally. The visible improvement from the neighborhood's previous state should resonate with its residents, fostering a sense of living in a modern, progressing European city," stated Momchil Alexiev.