Construction Company Awarded €1.5 Million in Seaplane Harbor Dispute ({{commentsTotal}})

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An arbitrary tribunal has handed construction company Nordecon 1.5 million euros in a row with the Maritime Museum over the reconstruction of the Seaplane Harbor.

Nordecon filed an action for 2.4 million euros for the delayed payment for their work on restoring a old seaplane hanger in the Seaplane Harbor Museum, the museum said in a press release on Thursday.

“Essentially it was a row over the price and volume of the work. Part of the settlement can be covered from our reserve fund, and we will sit down with the Ministry of Culture soon to discus finding the rest of the sum,” Urmas Dresen, the head of the Maritime Museum, which operates the Seaplane Harbor, said.

The Seaplane Harbor Museum opened in 2012 and has so far attracted more than 600,000 visitors.

Nordecon said it will analyze the ruling before deciding whether to contest the sum.



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