The Jadran construction company, based in Belgrade, has been entrusted construction of a new Justice Palace in Novi Sad. The project is funded by the Delegation of the European Union to the Republic of Serbia.
Spanning over 9,000 square meters, six floors and two underground levels, functional space with new courtrooms and offices – this is what the new Justice Palace in Novi Sad will look like, which construction will start in a few days. The new facility will welcome about 250 employees in two years’ time. It was the Jadran construction company from Belgrade that won the trust of the developer – the Delegation of the European Union to the Republic of Serbia – and was chosen as the main contractor.
This company has been operating in Serbia with great success for seven decades and is one of the oldest construction companies in the country. Once known for its finishing works in construction and anti-corrosion protection, Jadran has positioned itself on the market as a general contractor, managing projects from the contracting phase to the finish.
„The constant expansion of our portfolio of services is an important part of our long-term strategy and exponential growth, and in order to achieve this goal, we have constantly improved both professionally and technically. Of course, the pandemic is behind us, during which the safety of our employees was our priority, but at the same time, we remained consistent with implementing our development strategy. The opportunity to be the main contractor on the construction of the new Justice Palace is the reward for our hard work because this project marks a new era in our company’s operations,“ says Nikola Malbaša, General Manager of Jadran.
The construction of this facility is part of the IPA 2017 project, commissioned by the European Union, which is represented by the Delegation of the European Union to the Republic of Serbia. The Ministry of Justice will use the facility.
„The net size of the building is close to 9,000 square metres, while the net size of the ground floor is 626.65 square metres. The facility will also have two underground levels with 53 parking spaces. In order to successfully respond to all challenges, about 150 of our colleagues, engineers of all professions, fitters and craftsmen of various profiles will work on the project,“ explains Sanja Pauković, head of the Justice Palace construction project.
The Jadran construction company Jadran has implemented a total of 15,000 projects during seven decades of doing business in Serbia, but also in Russia, Egypt, Kuwait, Algeria, etc. Under the slogan “Building the future, preserving tradition”, the company continues to grow and work on capital projects. The construction of the Nikola Tesla elementary school in the Belgrade neighbourhood of Leštane, which can accommodate more than 1,000 students, is one of the company’s most important projects.
„The finishing works on the construction of a business facility in downtown Belgrade are underway, as well as on the construction of a new gym at the Anton Skala Elementary School in Belgrade. We are very proud that this project, which envisages overhaul and adaptation of 24 facilities on the territory of Serbia, was done in cooperation with the Delegation of the European Union to the Republic of Serbia,“ concludes Nikola Malbaša, General Manager of Jadran.