A visit of the Serbian Government’s delegation and groundbreaking ceremony for the “Grundfos” facility.
Groundbreaking ceremony of a new business and production complex in Inđija, belonging to the company Grundfos (18,000m2), has been laid.
Ana Brnabic, the Prime Minister of Serbia, attended the groundbreaking ceremony for the new production plant. This official ceremony was also attended by the Serbian Minister of Economy Anđelka Atanasković, Ambassador of Denmark Susanne Shine, President of the Municipality of Inđija Vladimir Gak, Grundfos Vice President of supply chain management Michele Sterlecchini, the factory’s Director Veljko Todorovic, and the CEO of the Konstruktor Group Ognjen Kisin.
The Prime Minister first visited the existing production plant, built in 2012.
In addition, a new enhanced wastewater treatment plant, the Grundfos BioBooster, was opened two years ago.
In 2021, the construction of the third facility commences, and these works will be finished in May 2022, and after completion the complex will receive “LEED GOLD” certification.
All of the above-mentioned facilities, built for the renowned Danish investor “Grundfos”, were constructed by the Konstruktor Group, the general contractor, as a “turnkey” project.
As we have already mentioned in one of our earlier notifications, we point out that we are particularly pleased with the fact that we will once again act as the general contractor for a company with internationally recognizable ecological awareness, and thereby partake in ecological changes at the local as well as the global level.