The halls are built from prefabricated reinforced concrete (ferrocement) elements, which are without thermal bridges. The elements are three-layer, reinforced concrete, prefabricated, thermally insulated, “sandwich” type. The base of the elements is made of ferrocement in the form of a rectangular shell reinforced with ribs along the edges. The second layer is a fire-resistant thermal insulation layer with a thickness of 15 cm or more, which ensures that the heat conduction coefficient k is <0.15 W/m²K. The third layer is a protective ferrocement plate.

The modified arc shape achieves a more favorable ratio of volume and floor area, i.e. the area of the external walls for the same size of the building is at least 21% smaller, which reduces heat losses by the same percentage.

Windows of significantly smaller dimensions on sloping surfaces (roof) provide the same lighting as would be the case with significantly larger windows on vertical walls. By reducing the glass surfaces, which have a high degree of thermal conductivity, heat losses are further reduced. We can conclude that arched buildings have almost twice less heat losses compared to rectangular buildings of the same volume, floor surface and insulating power. Shaped and orientation of windows is as desired.

Built sports facilities consume up to 6 times less energy in accordance with the European recommendations on energy consumption in sports facilities “Energy efficiency guide 78”

The first energy sustainable building in Serbia (awarded by the “ENERGY GLOBE” foundation) was built using the MC construction system.

The MC system enables simple installation and placement of all kinds of solar panels on the supporting roof structure, without a supporting substructure, installation of the air conditioning chamber with minimal costs and lengths of ventilation ducts, distribution of installations, including stable alarm and fire extinguishing systems, according to AB elements, which ensures lower installation costs and lengths installation.