Next week on Wednesday and Thursday, E-Betoonelement is participating at the TUT student fair and conference BuildIT that is taking place at the Tallinn University of Technology for the fourth time already. It is a spirited two-day event aimed at students and youths interested in construction that provides an overview of what is taking place in the construction world.
Build-IT consists of a brilliantly expanding conference, a farewell show of useful contacts, a test day of competition, and educational workshops.
19 April – conference “Destruction and Renovation”
Talk about wisely recycling waste from scrapping and recycling options during the demolition work. About Estonia's progress in the field of renovation. Business representatives talk about recent demolition and renovation objects. The conference ends with a discussion circle in which specialists in their area will discuss the future of the districts of Tallinn. Vaido Leosk, Director of the E-Betoonelement, will participate in the final panel of the conference with Maira Derliš Linnalabor, Jarek Kurnitski TUT and Priit Luman Nordecon AS to discuss whether it would be worthwhile to renovate Soviet-era apartment buildings or build new ones instead?
You must register for participation at the conference.
The conference is in English.
Additional info: http://2017.buildit-tallinn.eu/et/konverents/
20 April – fair at the auditorium of the Tallinn University of Technology
Mess, where students have the opportunity to meet with different construction organizations and companies, communicate freely with them, and exchange contacts for potential internships and workplaces. For example, Saint-Gobain Ehitustooted AS, E-Betoonelement AS, Purustaja OÜ, the Student Council of the Faculty of Engineering and the Estonian Association of Civil Engineers are represented at the fair. Further information can be read here: http://2017.buildit-tallinn.eu/et/mess/
20 April – competition day
All interested persons - both high school students, students and just construction enthusiasts - can participate in the competition day. Competitions require different skills and develop new ways of thinking, but are fun and entertaining. See more: http://2017.buildit-tallinn.eu/et/voistlus/