• 2018. 06. 20
    Unused historic building in Erzsébet City to revive as a hotel
    With the work of Grabarics Kft., a 93-room hotel will be developed in Eötvös Street, Budapest.Grabarics Építőipari Kft. is going to commence work soon on a construction project having paused for a long time in district VI of the capital city.
  • 2018. 06. 05
    Only the façade stands
    A special building rises several meters away from Andrássy street. A demolished palace with its façade supported with iron beams. A hotel was meant to stand here once; civil engineering works were finished in 2011 but the site had been abandoned in the meantime.
  • 2018. 06. 05
    On of the largest development project of Balaton to start soon
    In August 2017, we started the demolition of the Horthy villa built in the 1920s, and followed by the pull down of the Panorama Holiday Resort and other service facilities.
  • 2018. 06. 05
    We had a cheerful Family Day
    We cultivate old traditions with our Family Day event held in a wonderful environment on the first weekend of June.
Latest news
  • In December 2021, Szeged was enriched with a large-scale facility when the Szeged Multifunctional Handball Hall (also known as the PICK Aréna) was inaugurated. The complete prefabricated structure of the sports centre was designed and the elements were manufactured and installed on site by Grabarics Reinforced Concrete.
  • Grabarics Development’s project under preparation will be a 5-apartment condominium at 16 Kapy Street, Pasarét, Budapest, District II. The preliminary design works are currently underway.
  • On 17 June, the National Athletics Centre, Budapest’s new sports and leisure park, which will also host the World Athletics Championships in August, opened.
  • In order to make us able to write that Grabarics Construction Ltd was founded 30 years ago, a number of factors had to develop in our favour. The anniversary of a company is about its history.
  • One of Europe’s most modern communications technology complexes has been completed, resembling the magical world of the Narnia novel sequence, said András Koltay, President of the National Media and Infocommunications Authority (Hungarian abbreviation: NMHH) at the inauguration of the organisation’s Metrology Building Complex.