• Monastery Complex and Tourist Infrastructure Rehabilitation Works Ongoing in Davit Gareji
  • Completion of student hostel construction
  • Number 23rd metro station is under construction
  • MDF has arranged 1,5 km access road to St. Pieter-Paul monastery in Bolnisi municipality
August 6, 2017

Rehabilitation of Askana-Mshvidobauri-Bakhvi Road Completed

The Municipal Development Fund of Georgia has completed rehabilitation works for the 7km long Askana-Mshvidobauri-Bakhvi road in Ozurgeti Municipality. Cost of the project backed by the European Investment Bank exceeds GEL 3 million. Levan Sukhitashvili, Head of Construction Supervision Unit has inspected the project site.
July 28, 2017

New sports complex construction in borough Stepantsminda

Construction of sports complex in borough Stepantsminda in Kazbegi municipality is in progress. Works are implemented by MDF in compliance with international standards. Project is financed by European Investment Bank and its total cost exceeds GEL 1,500 000.
July 20, 2017

Tourist Infrastructure Arranging at Ubisa Monastery

The works for arrangement of tourist infrastructure at Ubsisa Monastery undergo implementation by the Municipal Development Fund of Georgia (MDF) with co-financing of the World Bank and the Government of Georgia. Partial restoration works for roofing and gateway are being carried out simultaneously. MDF Representative Levan Sukhitashvili has conducted the site visit. The project aims at contributing to maintenance of cultural heritage monuments and rendering assistance to development of tourist infrastructure throughout Georgia.

July 18, 2017

Ozurgeti population to have the renovated Folklore Center from August

The Municipal Development Fund of the Ministry of Regional Development and Infrastructure of Georgia rehabilitates the Administrative Building for Ozurgeti Representation of Folklore State Center of Georgia. Minister of Regional Development and Infrastructure of Georgia Zurab Alavidze has conducted the site visit aimed at inspecting progress of works.
July 13, 2017

Kobuleti WWTP Commissioning

The Waste Water Treatment Plant (WWTP) of Kobuleti has been placed into service. The MDF representative Levan Sukhitashvili has conducted the site visit to inspect the plant. Due to commissioning of the new WWTP the sanitary sewage will not enter the sea any more what in its turn will improve significantly the sanitary condition of the coastline, reduce adverse impact on environment and impede dissemination of various infectious diseases. The total cost of the project exceeds GEL 5 800 000. The Project was implemented with the support of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD).