Property Stop.Shop. Nis is the second object of the trade chain Stop.Shop. in Serbia, the construction of which is invested by Austrian company IMMOFINANZ Group. The facility is located in the eastern part of Nis, in settlement Medijana at the intersection of Medijana Bulevar and Bulevar sv. cara Konstantina.
The building is in its structure organized as a retail park, with 34 separate offices of a total sales area of 13,597.00 m². The building was designed as a ground one of orthogonal linear J shape, of accentuated horizontality, which is suitable for facilities of such purposes. Each office is accessed directly via the front terraces - parking for passenger vehicles, with adequate pedestrian routes. As a separate entity within the shopping center, the construction of the facility of world fast-food chain McDonald's is planned. The project includes the construction of an advertising totem of height of 24m.
The construction of the building is designed in the system of precast reinforced concrete elements in the skeleton structural system footings, columns, girders, cornea, of the basic structural rater of 17.0x18.0m. The roof covering of the building is stacked roof consisting of trapezoidal steel sheet, thermal insulation and waterproofing membrane, dimensioned to meet all the regulations of energy efficiency and resistance to fire.
In addition to the construction of the facility, the company Konstruktor performs works on the arrangement of the outer roads in the area of around 19.500m2. Traffic system is designed in two independent parts - the front plateau with internal roads, parking space for around 300 cars, surfaces intended for pedestrian traffic, the square for gathering and rest and rear delivery road. All traffic areas have asphalt as finishing.
On this project, Konstruktor is engaged as a general contractor, according to the "turnkey" contract, on the execution of all architectural-construction works, thermotechnical, hydrotechnical and electrical installations, interior finishing works, as well as all landscaping and traffic works of the complex.