Betoonelement AS entered into a contract with Ramm Ehituse OÜ (formerly known as TREV-2 Ehituse OÜ) to design, manufacture and deliver prefabricated reinforced concrete structures for construction of a joint building of the Estonian Rescue Board and Emergency Response Centre at Osmussaare tee 2.
We will produce hollow core slabs, HTT slabs, columns, beams, sandwich facades, internal walls, and stairs for the construction project.
Assorted concrete finishes will mostly be used for the facade solution of the project. Outside encasing of the building will have black coloured concrete finish and concrete slabs on its inner sides (located at north side of the building near main entrances) will be coloured red. Special Reckli concrete formliners (1/18 Bornholm) will be used to cast the black slabs.
The building complex of the Estonian Rescue Board and Emergency Response Centre that will be built on the property at Osmussaare tee 2 in Tallinn's Lasnamäe District will be composed of a central 4-story building divided into three functionally separate parts – rescue team of Lasnamäe District of the Estonian Rescue Board, open plan workplace for Emergency Response Centre with rest areas and ancillary premises, and management's section.
The modern joint building will be delivered to its occupants in the autumn of 2014.
E-Betoonelement AS entered into a contract with TTP AS to design, manufacture, deliver and install prefabricated reinforced concrete structures for a construction project at Ranna tee 46a.
A partly underground trade centre and four three-story apartment houses (placed on top of the trade centre) have been projected for the land area of 1.0 ha.
he Estonian Concrete Association and the Estonian Building Materials Manufacturers Association announced the competition "Concrete building of the year 2013".
The competition is intended to contribute the development of concrete architecture.
"There is a quiet time in the building with Estonian concrete, which gives more time to get up" said the chairman of the board of Estonian Concrete Association. Vaido Leosk..
"The export of Estonian concrete products is becoming increasingly important in the manufacture of concrete products in Estonia.
According to Leosk, the concrete work performed by Estonia has also grown in foreign countries, which again confirms the high professionalism of Estonian specialists.
Buildings - buildings and facilities - which can be submitted to the costumer during 2013 and which have not previously been submitted to the competition, may take part in the Concrete Building Competition.
"This year, we have completed a large number of buildings that can successfully compete in our competition," said the Executive Director of the Estonian Concrete Association Peeter Kokk"The goal of the concrete concourse is to introduce and recognize the successful concrete structures and their creators in a wider way," Kokk added.
The object or procedure wins, where a significant contribution has been made by the work of registered enterprisers in Estonia and concrete materials delivered from Estonia.
The main prize belongs to the author of the winning idea.
The jury includes representatives from the Estonian Association of Architects, the Estonian Concrete Association, the Estonian Association of Civil Engineers, the Estonian Association of Construction Entities, the Estonian Building Materials Manufacturers Association, the Estonian Project Bureaus Association, the Kunda Nordic Cement and construction journalists.
The deadline for submission of entries for the competition is December 1, 2013. a.
The winner will be announced on the national Concrete Day in March 2014.
Võitja kuulutatakse välja üleriigilisel Betoonipäeval 2014. aasta märtsis.
The Estonian Concrete Association and the Estonian Building Materials Manufacturers Association have been organizing a competition for identifying the best concrete constructions for the past thirteen years.
2012 year Concrete building - reconstruction of the hangar concrete structures of the jet airplanes of the Tallinn Lennusadam. The main prize goes to designers Karl Õiger and Heiki Onton.
2011 year Concrete structure - Sculpture Cromatico. The main prize goes to sculptor Lukas Kühne.
2010 year Concrete structure - private house in Pirita. The main prize - architect Andres Lember, Male Maja OÜ.
2009 year Concrete Building - Tallink Office Building. The main prize goes to architect Meelis Press.
2008 year Concrete Building - Extension of the Tallinn Airport Terminal. The main prize goes to architect Jean-Marie Bonnard, Sofreavia SA.
2007 year Concrete Building - Puurmani Coil Bridge. The main prize goes to designers Siim Idnurm, Juhan Idnurm.
The Concrete Building of the Year 2006 – office building for Luku-Expert. Grand Prix – architect Hindrek Kesler.
The Concrete Building of the Year 2005 – office building for TTP. Grand Prix – architect Meelis Press.
The Concrete Building of the Year 2004 – Ülemiste Hotel. Grand Prix – architect Martin Aunin.
The Concrete Building of the Year 2003 – villa in Viimsi. Grand Prix – Architectural Bureau Emil Urbel.
The Concrete Building of the Year 2002 – Tartu Prison. Grand Prix – Architectural Bureau Kalle Rõõmus AS.
2001 year Concrete structure - Dry Concrete Terminal in Muuga. The main prize is goes to designer Randväli and Karema AS.
The Concrete Building of the Year 2000 – Rocca al Mare School. Grand Prix – Architectural Bureau Urbel ja Peil.
The Estonian Concrete Association is a union that promotes the use of concrete as a building material for domestic use, which includes 49 enterprises, organizations and private individuals.
The Association of Building Materials Manufacturers Association of Estonia is an union of companies engaged in the production and sale of building materials, which includes 64 companies.
Vaido Leosk, Chairman of the Board of the Estonian Concrete Association
Chairman of the Management Board of AS E-Betoonelement,
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Managing Director of Estonian Concrete Association
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Enno Rebane, Managing Director of Estonian Building Material Manufacturers Association
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Construction companies have seen the foreseeable second half of the year as a minus sign, even if viewed from the side of building materials manufacturers, it seems that the results may be lower than in the previous year. Positive is the export.
In the second quarter of 2013, the production of building materials has remained at the level of the previous year. The half-year is, on the whole, upside down, but at the expense of the first quarter.
About exports, producers of concrete elements have once again been able to find new opportunities to enter the Scandinavian market with their products.
In the first half of the year, the sales turnover of building materials from companies belonging to the Estonian Building Materials Manufacturers Association grew by about 6% to EUR 183 million.
The product groups have different results. Road construction, especially the Tartu-Tallinn highway, has greatly supported the increase in sales of sand. At the same time, the sale of crushed stone is in a small minus.
Exports grew slightly
In the first half of 2013, production was exported for 70 million euro, a bit more than last year.
Most of the output is exported by hole fill producers in Metus-Est and AS Saajos, as well as by manufacturers of concrete elements, AS Lasbet Tootmine and AS Muuga Betoonelement.
More than half of the production was exported from AS Fenestra, AS Saku Metall Uksetehas, OÜ T-Tammer, AS Malmerk Fassaadid and Viking Window, manufacturer of concrete elements AS TMB, limestone products manufacturer AS Nordkalk, manufacturers of aerated concrete products AS Aeroc Jämerä and OÜ VKG Plokk, roof tile supplier OÜ Monier and plastic pipe manufacturer AS Haka Plast.
According to the turnover of enterprises (6 months of 2013, million euros)
The biggest turnover, as well as the biggest export turnover, is Krimelte OÜ, a producer of joint-sealers and building foams.
1. Krimelte OÜ 31,1
2. AS Pipelife Eesti 13
3. AS Saint-Gobain Ehitustooted 11
4. AS Nordkalk 10
5. AS Rudus 9,8
6. AS Metus-Est 8,8
7. AS E-Betoonelement 7,8
8. AS TMB 7,6
9. AS Viking Window 5,4
10. AS Muuga Betoonelement 5,3
AS E-Betoonelement and YIT Ehitus AS have signed a contract on manufacture and delivery of reinforced concrete elements for the construction of Paikuse Sports and Wellness Centre.
We are producing hollow-core slabs, external walls, stairs, grandstand elements, columns, beams and lintels for the object.
Paikuse Sports and Wellness Centre, located in Pärnu County in Paikuse at Paide mnt 19, will be built as an extension of the southwest wing of the primary school. The Sports and Wellness Centre will have a sports hall with ancillary facilities, medical centre, pharmacy, dental office, and in the existing part of the building a library and additional class rooms will be built. The extension will be a two-storey building with the net area of 4465.7 m2.
The building is to be completed in Fall 2014.
AS E-Betoonelement entered into a contract with Merko Ehitus Eesti AS in order to manufacture and transport reinforced concrete elements for the construction of Tondiraba ice arena at the address Varraku St. 14.
For the object we manufacture large patterned columns, tribune beams, tribune panels and walls with a large number of windows that have patterned window frames.
It is a new sports object that will become a large multifunctional sports complex, which will also host internationally important sports events.
The polyfunctional ice arena that holds two training fields, one main arena with a tribune that fits 5,000 people and 1 curling lane will be completed by June next year. The main arena of the ice arena that can host both ball game competitions and concerts and other large events is multifunctional by nature.
The main project of the ice arena was prepared by Kadarik Tüür Arhitektid OÜ and EA Reng AS as a result of a design contest.