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13 buildings to compete for the title of Concrete Building of the Year 2022

09/01/2023

Press release
Estonian Concrete Association
Association of Construction Material Producers of Estonia

13 buildings were submitted to the "Concrete Building of the Year 2022" competition organized by the Estonian Concrete Association and the Association of Construction Material Producers of Estonia.

"Among the participants of our competition there are several buildings and facilities of a symbolic significance, such as Tallinn Music and Ballet School, the first monolithic concrete ecoduct on Estonian roads, the hauling quay of the LNG terminal," the Chairman of the Board of the Estonian Concrete Association Imre Leetma said. "It is a pleasure to see several high-quality residential buildings with outstanding architecture competing for the title," Leetma added. 

According to Imre Leetma, the Concrete Building of the Year competition continues to have a long line of outstanding educational and cultural institution buildings: MUBA, Viimsi Artium, St. John's School.

Imre Leetma: "The river promenade in Narva has received a long-awaited addition, the most significant part of which is the viewing platform depicted on the 5 kroon banknote and the realization of this legendary view in graphic concrete."

The board of the Estonian Concrete Association confirmed all 13 constructions as nominees of the "Concrete Building of the Year 2017" competition.

"Concrete structures play an important role in Estonian infrastructure construction, as well as in our competition - the Väo traffic junction, the Puiatu ecoduct on the Tallinn-Tartu highway," the managing director of the Estonian Concrete Association Toomas Vainola said. "The glorious line of concrete port facilities continues with the hauling quay of the LNG terminal. During the pouring of the quay structure, a new record of concrete pouring distance using a pipeline was made in Estonia."

Candidates for the title of Concrete Building of the Year 2022

  1. Alma Tomingas commercial building, Sepise 7, Ülemiste City, Tallinn
  2. Residential house in Haabneeme, Ilvese tee 7, Haabneeme, Viimsi parish, Harju county
  3. Järve Towers, apartment buildings with commercial premises included, Järve 2, Tallinn
    Supplier of concrete products: AS E-Betoonelement
  4. Kalaranna Quarter, apartment buildings with commercial premises included, Stages I-II, Kalaranna Street, Tallinn
    Supplier of concrete products: AS E-Betoonelement
  5. Kentmanni 28 apartment building, Kentmanni 28, Tallinn
  6. Kindrali Houses, apartment buildings with commercial premises included, Sammu 5/Talli 4, Sõjakooli 14 and 16, Rivi 6/Talli 2, Tallinn
    Supplier of concrete products: AS E-Betoonelement
  7. Narva 5-kroon's viewing platform, Grafov Street, Narva
  8. LNG terminal hauling quay, Pakri peninsula, Lääne-Harju parish, Harju county
  9. Puiatu ecoduct, Tallinn-Tartu highway, Võõbu-Mäo section, Järva parish, Järva county
  10. St. John's School, Kivimäe 25, Tallinn
    Supplier of concrete products: AS E-Betoonelement
  11. Tallinn Music and Ballet School (MUBA), Pärnu mnt. 59, Tallinn
    Supplier of concrete products: E-Betoonelement OÜ, VMT Betoon AS
  12. Viimsi Artium, Randvere tee 20, Lubja village, Viimsi parish, Harju county
  13. Väo traffic junction, Tallinn-St. Petersburg highway, Tallinn ring road, Lasnamäe, Tallinn

The winner will be announced on the Concrete Day, 16 March 2023.

Read more:
13 buildings to compete for the title of Concrete Building of the Year 2022
Nominees for the Concrete Building of the year 2022

News on the website (02.12.2022): E-Betoonelement submitted four projects to the Concrete Building of the Year 2022 competition

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