Our new project has started in the area of the Kopaszi Dam in Budapest, within the framework of the Budapart district development. Our task is to implement the waterfront environment and service buildings of the park, developing an area that can be a space for leisure and recreation on the banks of the Danube in Budapest.
Construction began in November 2020, preceded by careful planning.
The base has already been completed and it is planned that the beach will be open to the public in May 2021!

Client: Kopaszi Gát Kft.
Design, construction: Marinus Homes Kft.
Environmental construction: BMP Építőipari Zrt.
Planned implementation: May 2021

Our floating houses in the winter

Currently, our floating houses are in the Hidró port in Velence.

The installation of our floating house project on Lake Velence has started

In 2021, we will install the first ten-house floating house complex on Lake Velence. The operation of the residential park provides a private atmosphere, shore services (parking area, barbecue, park), and safe operation. The four-season houses offer a suitable place for a holiday home and a permanent residence as well. It is only 15 kilometers away from Székesfehérvár and 45 kilometers from Budapest.

The pilot models of the Marinus floating houses have been completed

As a result of three years of preparation, infrastructure development and innovation activities, the development and investment works of the 5-type floating house family were completed by the end of October 2020.

The trained technical staff and engineers of the Marinus team are proud of the products made with modern machines in the brownfield investment in Balatonvilágos, which confirm our initial idea that the unique modular, prefabricated, well-transported floats and superstructures challenge.

Compilation of the first complete float in Balatonfenyves

Our finished floats have arrived in Balatonfenyves, to the port of the Fenyves Yacht Club.

Mounting in the water posed new challenges for our team and enriched us with new experiences. Surely tools can fall and they do fall into the water! In diving suits, the lower buoyancy points are more difficult and time-consuming to install due to the higher buoyancy, the heavier movement and the limited underwater visibility.

At the same time: after a practice crane and trial assembly, the final 50-square-meter floating concrete foundation was assembled even faster than expected, in just over 4 hours.

The next step is to assemble the superstructure!