Match 11 for the city of Belgrade

The smart modular parking technology of the demountable freestanding parking deck FastPark challenges the crisis and gains its 11th installation in the city of Belgrade.
11th installation Fast Park for the Serbian Capital. Located in one of the most famous and crowded places in Belgrade, Slavija Trg, the new parking solves the most critical issues in parking demand of one of the most important urban centralities. A huge number of buildings which host activities from the service sector (Incentive Houses, Retail, Hotels, etc.) and a proportional car parks quantity can now dispose of a brand new parking system with capability 128 car spaces.

Next to record time of works completion, the speed investment. The installation has allowed to JKP Parking Servis, the city owned company engaged for a long time in local parking management, to double the existing parking area in only 30 days. The safety of investment comes along with the cost effectiveness of the system, consequently allowing the highest return on investment conceivable for a parking structure. The payback period of the initial capital expenditure corresponds indeed to a time span of just a few years of parking management. A solution that can afford the problem of parking congestion is simply and dynamically increasing business, despite of the crisis.
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