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New Splendour For The Sava Center!

The Sava Center, the most important congress centre in the region, is today a major construction site occupied by hundreds of engaged workers and machines. The road to the new splendour of this centre, representing one of the most important buildings in this part of Europe, was paved by company Delta Real Estate, which plans to invest more than 60 million euros in this project

The Sava Center, the most important congress center in the region, is today a major construction site occupied by hundreds of engaged workers and machines. The road to the new splendor of this center, representing one of the most important buildings in this part of Europe, was paved by Delta Real Estate, which plans to invest more than 60 million euros in this project.

The formal launch of the comprehensive reconstruction of the Sava Center was marked in December 2021, at which point the future look of this facility was presented to the general public. The concept design of the reconstruction includes, first and foremost, the restoring of the former reputation of the centre itself, which symbolises the greatness and strength of the society in which it was created. The building’s façade will be renovated in accordance with the original design of chief architect Stojan Maksimović, with the external roof made of sloping glass surfaces set to continue defining its internal lines and mass, thus ensuring that the interior and exterior continue to represent a harmonious unit. More than double the number of conference halls, modernisation of audio and visual equipment, the newly formed winter garden and an increased capacity of the Blue Hall are just some of the features of the new Sava Center. The project also envisages a clear division of the facility into congress-cultural and business-commercial zones.

Apart from preserving and modernizing this facility, great emphasis will be placed on improving its energy efficiency and energy saving, which were among the Sava Center’s biggest problems in the past

Apart from preserving and modernising this facility, great emphasis will be placed on improving its energy efficiency and energy saving, which were among the Sava Center’s biggest problems in the past.

The company is currently considering the installation of solar panels on the roof, while it is almost certain that the increased amount of interior greenery, along with its glass façade surfaces with high transparency, will enable the Sava Center to become a genuine example of green-sustainable standards following reconstruction.

Belgrade was proclaimed one of the five fastest growing destinations for congress tourism back in 2015, and even back then there was a need for a modern congress centre that would be the driver of this branch of the tourism industry, both for our country and the region. The vision for the Sava Center has always been for it to be a focal point for gathering experts, representatives of scientific communities, culture, media, as well as all people from the business world. Following the reconstruction, this will be a place for all of them to exchange knowledge, make important decisions and forge new ideas that will improve the world in which we live and work.

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