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We define and create projects starting from the conceptual design, through resolving legal matters related to property issues up to the preparation of studies for comprehensive solutions.

We draft contracts that are enabling innovative financing models – an ESCO model and public-private partnership to ensure both transparency and quality of services provided by all contracting parties.

We develop project tasks and design guidelines (NZEB, Green Deal Standard).

We provide consulting services and implement the renovation activities for buildings registered as protected cultural heritage.

We provide support in the project design process as well as in the process of public tendering for EU grants.

We offer a complete service of construction project management as well as of administrative project management.


Energy renovation of Velika Gorica High School

Total project value: 30,8 mil. HRK
Funded by an ERDF grant (European Regional Development Fund): 15,1 mil. HRK
Project implementation time frame: 02/2019-02/2021
Savings in annual energy consumption required for heating: 81%


Construction of a 1 MW biomass boiler room and a heating network in the Pokupsko Municipality

Total project value: 12 mil. HRK
Funded under the Loan Program IPARD Measure 301: HRK 7 million and EPEEF tender HRK 1.5 million
Project implementation time frame: 07/2008 – 10/2015
The heating plant provides heating for all of the larger buildings in the center of the municipality (primary school, municipal building, church…) and for a large number of family homes


Reconstruction of the County Palace in the city of Krapina

Total project value: 5,96 mil. HRK
Co-financed within the European project EE Culture: 5,07 mil. HRK
Project implementation time frame: 01/2014 – 11/2015
Reconstruction of the protected cultural property – County Palace in Krapina (CRO) and Vila Rožle in Velenje (SI)

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Energy efficiency building renovation supports the green transition to achieve climate-neutral Europe by the year 2050, it also contributes to economic recovery, especially in the construction sector, encourages job creation and promotes sustainable growth, furthermore it contributes to strengthening economic, social and territorial cohesion. Energy efficiency building renovation is a prerequisite for achieving the EU’s green goals, as buildings consume 40% of primary energy and emit 36% of CO2. As a precondition for green transition and decarbonization, it is necessary to increase investments both in energy efficiency measures and in the use of renewable sources in the building sector, as well as measures for the development of green infrastructure and circular management of spaces and buildings.
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