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Project information

Project realisation:

The application for project funding was submitted by the Giżycko Municipality on 2 December 2008 in the Office of the Marshal of the Warmińsko-Mazurskie Voivodship in Olsztyn. The project received positive formal, technical (it received 79 out of 80 points for technical evaluation) and strategic assessment, the strategic score being 97 out of 100 points. Total cost of the undertaking was assumed in the amount of PLN 19,998,999.99 and the funding in the amount of PLN 9,403,520.09 (50% of qualified costs) from the European Regional Development Fund within the course of the Warmia and Mazury Regional Operational Programme for the years 2007-2013.

 

On 24 February 2009 the Executive Board of the Warmińsko-Mazurskie Voivodship acting as the Managing Institution for the Warmia and Mazury Regional Operational Programme for the years 2007-2013 adopted a resolution on selecting the project "Construction of the EKOMARINA Passenger Dock in Giżycko" for funding from the European Regional Development Fund within the course of the Warmia and Mazury Regional Operational Programme for the years 2007-2013 in the contest No. 01/08/5.1.4.

 

Project realisation commenced in February 2009 (invitation for bids on investor supervision). The call for bids on the construction of the dock was published on 12 June. The most favourable bid was selected out of four. It was submitted by the Consortium: Hydrobudowa S.A.. — consortium leader from Gdańsk and the Przedsiębiorstwo Budowlane M. Minikowicz, M. Minikowicz Sp. j. from Giżycko (the result of the bidding was published on 21 August 2009) for the amount of PLN 17,948,100 gross.

 

On 12 June 2009 in Giżycko an agreement for the project funding was solemnly signed with the participation of the Marshal of the Warmińsko-Mazurskie Voivodship, Jacek Protas, and the Mayor of Giżycko, Jolanta Piotrowska.

 

On 9 September 2009 an agreement for "the Construction of the EKO-MARINA Passenger Dock in Giżycko" was entered into by and between the Giżycko local authorities represented by the Deputy Mayor Paweł Czacharowski and the Head of the Technical and Investment Department Róża Cudzanowska, and the investment contractor: Consortium: Hydrobudowa S.A. — consortium leader from Gdańsk and the Przedsiębiorstwo Budowlane M. Minikowicz, M. Minikowicz Sp. j. from Giżycko appointed within the course of bidding.

 

The investment was finished in October 2010 (date of the factual end of the project realisation, i.e. the date of signing of the last acceptance protocol — 29.10.2010).

 

About the project:

Within the project the following works have been envisaged:

- repairing and modernising the main building with the usable area of 2,431.60 m2 (the current building of the former "Mamr" hall, which will be accepted and expanded, has the usable area of 950.71 m2) where there are toilet and washing facilities, rooms for services securing safety on water as well as for the dock service team

- constructing a toilet and washing facility with the usable area of 412.70 m2

- constructing a technical and utility building next to the toilet and washing facility — 146.5 m2

- constructing a passenger dock in which there are 136 stands for multi-person watercraft to be created

- equipping the area of EKO-MARINA with power network and lightning;

- roads, inner yards and a parking lot for 168 parking spaces for passenger cars and 4 for buses

- pavements with the usable are of ca. 2,900 m2 (one of the subcontractors responsible for the construction of pedestrian streets was the company SCEMA Cezariusz Stolarczyk frim Gdynia).

 

Modernisation and expansion of the dock infrastructure will cause the improvement of the intra-regional consistency in terms of transport and a development of inland navigation on the route of the Great Masurian Lakes. Due to modernisation and construction of the dock there will be the safety of the persons benefiting from it improved.

 

Construction of the dock will open the city for the lake and bring the sailors visiting the dock closer to Giżycko. It will also make it possible to take advantage of the city resources related to creating jobs. This will contribute to the increase in economic activity of the region and its attractiveness for tourists, investors and residents.

 

The system of the Great Masurian Lakes is one of the most popular resorts and definitely the biggest marine resort in Poland. Both local authorities and the community of Mazury pin their hopes on the regional development related to tourism. The nature of Masurian tourism is shaped by attractions that entice guests. Irrespective of the fact that the tourist offer is continuously diversified, nature and especially lakes remain the key attraction.

 

The pressure of tourism on the community is signified by the relation of the number of permanent residents to the number of tourists. At the peak of the season there are approximately 120,000 residents and 47,000 tourists, out of whom more than a half (27,400) is constituted by people lodging on yachts and campsites, staying within the area of the cities and municipalities that encompass all of the main route of the Great Masurian Lakes. If the area of the direct basin of the Great Masurian Lakes is considered, it is resided by 60 thousand people, and at the peak of the season there are nearly 26 thousand additional tourist staying just on yachts, campsites and havens.

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