Janez Gorišek (born September 13, 1933) is a Slovenian civil engineer, constructor, and architect, who holds a degree from the Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geodesy at the University of Ljubljana. His works are mainly constructions of ski jumping and ski flying hills worldwide; his best-known work being the Gorišek Brothers Ski Flying Hill (Letalnica bratov Gorišek) in Planica, Slovenia, which was the world's second-largest ski flying bike
. He drew profile for renovated Planica flying hill with help of his son. Since 2015, hill is again largest in the world.. He also participated in the ski jumping event at the 1956 Winter Olympics.