and public


In addition to the work on the restoration of many tourist buildings that are also monumental heritage, ING-GRAD also carries out projects for the construction of new tourist buildings, as well as public purpose buildings. In the projects, we can boast of a series of modern, technologically advanced accommodation facilities for tourist purposes, museums and other public buildings.


In the projects of tourist and public buildings, we highlight the following works:

Arrangement and furnishing of museum spaces

In addition to interior and exterior decoration, the museum spaces themselves require furnishing with furniture and equipment, special lighting, visual and sound effects depending on the content and type of museum, and a setting that should be presented to visitors as faithfully as possible.

Did you know?

For the needs of multimedia events on the facade of the Archaeological Museum of Istria in Pula, a facade communication video system was created in the latest variant of LED display technology with a total area of ​​327.03 m2. In the inactive state, the system is almost transparent, that is, it does not interfere with the passage of daylight into the interior space of the museum. The system can be used as a whole or in segments, and the angle of light emission is 160 degrees horizontally and vertically, which ensures a uniform perception regardless of the dimensions of the display and the perspective of the observer. This makes it unique in Croatia by all its properties.

Cascade construction

Cascading construction is a unique way of connecting spaces at different heights and floors, which achieves a simple and functional flow for users and visitors and enables an unhindered experience of space and content.

Did you know?

The museum building in the Vučedol Archaeological Park is a building built on four floors that are connected by gently sloping ramps in a cascading manner, and with its green roof, it fits perfectly into the surroundings of the Slavonia landscape.

more than200.000

visitors per year in newly built museums

largest cave complex in Croatia with the length of exploration channels of over 8.000


Cerovac Caves, Grab

Public Institution Velebit Nature Park


The Cerovac Caves, the largest cave complex in Croatia with the length of exploration channels of over 8000 meters, are situated in the southern part of the Velebit Nature Park. The caves were discovered in 1913 during construction of the Zagreb – Split railway line, and were named after the closest railway station – Cerovac. The Upper (Gornja) Cave is situated above the railway line, at the altitude of 671 m above sea level, while the Lower (Donja) Cave is situated below the railway line, at the altitude of 624 m above sea level. Due to their unique natural beauty and numerous finds from the past, these caves were protected as a geomorphological monument of nature in 1961.

The goal of the "Centre of Excellence, Cerovac Caves" project is sustainable use of natural resources, preservation of the environment and protection of natural heritage. Besides, a new tourist content is offered. Thus, the new Visitor Reception and Information Centre has been built within the project, which is mostly dug into the existing steep terrain and relies on renewable energy sources for heating and cooling. With a minimum intervention in nature, outdoor walkways to the caves have been arranged, featuring interpretation and educational contents. There are 1350 meters of the walkway system arranged in the Upper and Lower Cave. The works included the execution of walking surfaces, steps and pedestrian bridges. All the mentioned elements are adjusted to the morphology inside the caves, and the installed lighting is suited to protect and preserve the caves. One of the greatest challenges was transporting, bringing in and installing the steel bridge to provide the passage over the 16.40 m long span of a cavern. All the transports of the materials and equipment for works in the caves were done by the same railway line the construction of which led to the discovery of the caves in the first place.

The project was co-financed by the European Union from the European Regional Development Fund.




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