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The ING-GRAD Ltd. Company has performed a range of works connected with the improvement, restoration and conservation of monuments and cultural heritage in all the regions of Croatia. Investors have been prominent national and church establishments and institutions, such as the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Croatia, Croatian Conservation Institute, Heritage Authority offices in Osijek, Split, Rijeka, the Archaeological Museum in Pula, The Croatian State Archives, Archdiocese of Zagreb, Diocese of Đakovo and Syrmia, Đakovačka i Srijemska biskupija, Episcopal Ordinariate in Požega, Archdiocese of Rijeka, Episcopal Ordinariate in Poreč, parishes, local district and town hall governments and other placers of order. The activities include sacred architecture, historic buildings and edifices such as fortresses, castles and palaces. Those structures, dictate a special approach and relationship towards the work, especially when they obtain a new function, adjusted to current demands of their users and placers of order. In the course of building, wherever possible, special techniques, based on the knowledge of old masters' techniques, skills and prescriptions, have been applied.
Investor: Središnja agencija za financiranje i ugovaranje programa i projekata Europske unije
In 2015, the extensive works on the reconstruction, rehabilitation and complete interior fit-out of a patrician urban house – the Moise Palace on the island of Cres were carried out. The palace is l...
Investor: Grad Zlatar
Na Sokolskom domu u Zlataru izvodi se kompletna rekonstrukcija i obnova drvenog krovišta s pokrovom, obnova fasade s postojećim akroterijima, te restauracija zidnih slika na lateralnim zidovima dvor...
Investor: Muzeji Hrvatskog Zagorja
According to the Project, co-financed with the funds from the European Fund for Regional Development, the Museums of the Croatian Zagorje contracted the construction and craftsmen work for the constru...
Investor: Grad Metković
In the premises of the former Poduh building in the centre of Metković, for the client City of Metković and with the financial support by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Croatia, in the p...
Investor: Viteško alkarsko društvo Sinj
In the short period from the middle of March until the end of July, 2015, before the celebration of the 300th anniversary of the Alka of Sinj (Cro. Sinjska alka), the works on the arrangement of the p...
Investor: Pravni fakultet Sveučilišta u Zagrebu
Ludwig von Zettl is the author of the project for the the Royal hospital which was built on the area of the former fairground from 1856-1859. In the second half of the 19th century there was the tobac...
Investor: Grad Zagreb
The First Croatian Savings Bank has comissioned the Palace of the First Croatian Savings Bank in 1898-1900. The architect was Josip pl. Vancaš who was also in charge of the supervision of the constru...
Investor: Hrvatski restauratorski zavod
This baroque building was built as a summer residence for the bishop Josip Galjuf. It's an one-wing building with a marked and gable finished central part and the shorter lateral parts. The façade is...
Investor: Konzervatorski odjel u Splitu
The building of the town's military authorities was constructed by the middle of the 19th century, outside the earlier town centre, in the part of Split that was created and shaped in the course of th...
Investor: Konzervatorski odjel u Osijeku
From the end of the 17th to the thirties of the 18th century (from 1712 mostly up to 1722) the Austrian military authorities were building a military garrison, following the example of Dutch lowland-f...
Investor: Hrvatske Željeznice
The autor of the project for the Main Railway Station in Zagreb is a Hungarian architect Ferenc Pfaff, the head engineer of the Hungarian State Railways who is the author of all most important project...
Investor: HZMO
The reconstruction works on the three-storey 19th century street building consisted of reconstruction of the entire building with the replacement of the roof and building of the attic offices. The wor...
Investor: Hrvatski državni arhiv
The most significant palace built in the Croatian Secession style, proclaimed "the realization of the 20th century". It was erected according to the drafts of Rudolf Lubynski, one of the most producti...
Investor: Arheološki muzej Istre, Pula
The Roman amphitheatre called Arena is built in the dominant location above the harbour. It was erected in the 1st and the 2nd centuries, with an elliptic ground-plan (133 x 105 m), and the walls 32.5...
Investor: Ministarstvo kulture RH
The building in Runjaninova Street is erected in 1914, in the Late Secession style, on the basis of the drafts of architect Rudolf Lubynski. It is the last Austro-Hungarian structure built for the nee...
Investor: Muzeji hrvatskog Zagorja
The museum facility is built near the finding sites, between Hušnjakovo and Josipovac hill and stretches across 1200 square metres. It is a cave shaped concrete construction linked to the findings wi...

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