Let us remind that the Emergency Service building is one of the four facilities to be reconstructed under the principles of energy efficiency within the project called “Thermal Rehabilitation of Four Public Facilities in Belgrade
”, which aims to promote the reduction of greenhouse effect gases and energy consumption.
This project is worth EUR 16 million, of which EUR 11 million is contributed by the EU, whereas EUR 5 million comes as proceeds from the loan taken out by the City of Belgrade at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD).Building dating back to 1957
The current complex was designed by architect Leon Kabiljo and built in 1957. It consists of three interconnected blocks, the documentation says.
They are positioned so as to form an interior yard, with Block A in the northwest, Block B in the southwest and Block C in the northeast, and the interior yard is covered by a canopy.
All three blocks comprise a single functional whole, connecting all the existing features of the Emergency Service.Sandra Petrovic