What We Do


We design automated parking systems, with a special focus on mechanized parking. Automated car parking is the result of cutting-edge technological analysis that combines research and commitment to environmental protection. Attention to detail and careful study of suitable materials characterize the rich assortment of automatic parking lots.


Creating underground parking lots or multi-story elevated parking lots has enormous benefits for everyone. This is where Ecospace’s professionalism in creating auto lift platforms comes in. The Ecospace team has conceived and designed several car lift platform solutions. There are so many models, each with its own characteristics and special features.


Ecospace specializes in building industrial and civil lifting platforms, including custom-made ones. This category includes solutions such as car lift platforms, scissor lift platforms, and industrial hoists.
Unlike cranes, hoists for industrial use are characterized by high stability and low maintenance.


Ecospace manufactures scissor and mast lifts for capacities ranging from a minimum of 500 kg to a maximum of 150 tons. Such freight lifts can be customized according to customer requirements, and the pushing system can be provided hydraulic or fully electric. Ecospace produces turnkey solutions complete with supporting structures.


Waste collection islands are places equipped to properly dispose of waste and recover materials.

Making underground ecological islands thanks to the company Ecospace’s new system allows for significant savings in surface space, as underground bins are placed to receive the waste placed from the space left to place it.


The ever-increasing demand in the racing industry for structures that are easy to assemble and simple to transport has led Ecospace to the design and construction of hospitality structures with a high level of automation in order to drastically reduce manual assembly work, consequently allowing the end user significant savings in personnel costs.

Our Processes

  • Meet & Agree
  • Idea & Concept
  • Design & Create
  • Build & Install

At this stage, the client is met to discuss the needs and expectations regarding the facility to be built. It is therefore necessary for the parties involved to meet to discuss and agree on the details of the installation. These details may include the type of system to be installed, the location where it will be installed, the budget available for installation, and the maintenance schedule required to ensure its proper operation.

At this stage, you start with a basic idea of what you want to achieve from the plant and develop a concept that defines its main features. During the idea and concept phase, many factors will need to be considered, such as customer needs, industry regulations and standards, available resources, and budget constraints. In order to develop an effective planting concept, it will be necessary to involve a team of experts who can provide a variety of views and input. Engineers, technicians, designers, and other professionals may be involved depending on the needs of the project.

At this stage, the drawings and technical specifications developed during the idea and concept phase are used to design the plant in detail and create the components necessary for its implementation. The design team will need to work closely with the engineers and technicians to develop a design that meets all industry regulations and standards and is able to meet the customer’s needs. In addition, it will be necessary to consider production costs and available resources to ensure that the project is feasible within the planned budget. To create the system, a wide range of technologies and materials will need to be used, such as electronic components, pipes, valves, platforms, sensors, and other elements. In addition, plant layout and work procedures will need to be planned to ensure that all components are placed safely and efficiently. Once the plant design has been completed, it will be possible to proceed with its creation. At this stage, the design team will build the plant using the models and prototypes as a guide and following the previously established work schedule.

Finally, we move on to the construction of the plant. This phase may include site preparation, construction of facilities, and installation of automated systems, such as sensors and handling devices. At this stage, the design team will follow previously defined installation procedures to ensure that the system is installed safely and in accordance with regulations and industry standards. Once the system has been installed, it will be necessary to perform a test run to verify that it is working satisfactorily. At this stage, performance and safety tests will be conducted to ensure that the plant meets customer requirements and industry regulations. Once the plant has been successfully tested, it will be ready to be put into operation.