At the outset, the project was divided into two parts. FŐMTERV Zrt developed the plans for the project, assisted by the architects of Kertész Építész Stúdió. In the first phase of the renovation, ÉPKŐ Kft, senior contractor for the project, conducted a painstaking and expert complete refurbishment of the much deteriorated stonemasonry elements on the northern side of Fisherman's Bastion and the Lookout Tower. Sz-Építők Kft managed the second – shorter but more complex – phase of the project, while architect/artist Ágnes Bálint provided the plans for the interior design of the building. The following companies took part in the project: Várépítő Kft (architecture), ÉPKŐ Kft (stonemasonry), Síva-Mont Kft (mechanical engineering) and Electroszer Kft (electrical works). The six-passenger freight lift and the two dumbwaiters installed in the building were manufactured by ThyssenKrupp Lift Kft, while the beautiful external doors and windows were made in period style by István Pátkai. The period style internal doors and other woodwork are the craftwork of carpenter Botond Szmola. The breathtaking, sparkling chandeliers were produced by Aladdin Lux Kft according to designs provided by architect/artist Ágnes Bálint. Custom-designed interior furniture was provided by Manna Trade Kft, while the glass doors and display cases were produced by ERLA Kft. We worked with ASSUR Kft in designing and installing the kitchen equipment. We are much indebted to HGPartner Kft, and to András Kocsis in particular, who provided the hardware and software for our computer network.