Lighting overhaul in university dorms of Vojvodina


August 5, 2015





August 5, 2015




All eight university dormitories in Novi Sad, the capital of Serbian northern province Vojvodina, are getting LED lighting installed, together with an energy savings control system in two buildings, according to the information provided on Studentski centar Novi Sad website. The contract also includes dorms in the towns of Sombor and Zrenjanin, managed by the same institution, and one restaurant, as well as electronic locks for rooms in two buildings. The value of the whole project including value-added tax is RSD 94.8 million (EUR 789,700).

The contractors are companies Interfast d.o.o. and WD Concord West d.o.o., both from capital Belgrade. The contract states the deadline is 45 workdays.

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