AS E-Betoonelement to manufacture the elements for a new business and production building of Karl Storz Video Endoscopy Estonia OÜ

AS E-Betoonelement to manufacture the elements for a new business and production building of Karl Storz Video Endoscopy Estonia OÜ

E-Betoonelement has started the process of production and delivery of elements for a new business and production building of Karl Storz Video Endoscopy Estonia OÜ.

  • Project: Karl Storz Video Endoscopy Estonia OÜ business and production building
  • Address: Pärnu mnt 556b, Saue rural municipality
  • Contracting Entity: Conviso OÜ
  • Serviced rendered: design and transport of elements
  • Product nomenclature: hollow core slabs, columns, SW-walls, partition walls and stairs
  • Project manager of E-Betoonelement: Toomas Böttcher

„External décor of the panels has been divided into rectangles by horizontal dummy joints to diversify the external appearance of the building. Dies that will be placed onto the bottom of moulds were used during the production of the façade panels to obtain differences in texture of panel surfaces. The use of dies with two different pattern, enhanced by smooth, unfinished surfaces, will give the façade a playful general appearance,“ commented Tõnu Ernits, sales engineer-project manager of E-Betoonelement.

Photo: www.maru.ee

E-Betoonelement will finish the deliveries in November; the building will be completed in 2016.

Karl Storz Video Endoscopy Estonia OÜ belongs to Karl Storz Group, a corporation that is a leading manufacturer of medicinal endoscopes and their components and repairs of endoscopes. The Group consists of 40 companies in both Europe and America. The company started business in Estonia back in 1994.

E-Betoonelement to supply elements for T1 Shopping Center

E-Betoonelement to supply elements for T1 Shopping Center

AS E-Betoonelement and AS Merko Ehitus Eesti have signed a supply contract for designing the working project of precast reinforced concrete elements for T1 Shopping Centre, located at Peterburi road 2, and for the design, production and supply of the elements.

  • Project: T1 shopping and entertainment centre
  • Address: Peterburi road 2, Tallinn
  • Customer: Merko Ehitus Eesti AS
  • Services: Design of the working project of precast reinforced concrete elements; design, production and transportation of reinforced concrete elements
  • Product nomenclature: Hollow core slabs, columns, beams, stairs, wall and plinth elements
  • Project manager of E-Betoonelement: Toomas Böttcher

“The project of T1 Shopping Centre is interesting in terms of its solution, as it does not represent a regular rectangular building but accommodates spacious and open atriums of different shapes.
Therefore, it will be a challenge for the designers to find solutions for the assemblies between precast and monolithic parts. This is an extensive project, which sets higher expectations for both production and delivery schedules,” says Thomas Böttcher, the project manager of E-Betoonelement.

T1 Shopping Centre is planned to accommodate more than 200 shops on ca 55,000 m². The centre will open to visitors in fall 2017.

Additional information here.

Refugees are expelled to the Estonian labor market

Kristjan Ats Mägi, Äripäev

The Tamsalu factory of the E-Betoonelement employs Adam Ibrahim Abdulrahman Awad from Sudan. Photo by Eiko Kink.

If otherwise, refugees will have to go through a long request, then those 150 refugees who arrive in Estonia will not be able to stay in the accommodation center, but will receive a free rental space and the opportunity to go to work immediately.

Now it is clear that Estonia will take 150 refugees in two years. Upon arrival, the refugee resides in a rental or social housing facility offered by a rural municipality or city.

According to the spokeswoman of the Ministry of Social Affairs Oskar Lepik, the recipient of international protection is equal to the resident citizen living in Estonia, that is, he has the right to work, to receive labor market subsidies and labor market services.

Job seekers do not stay alone - the country, according to Lepik, offers various support and support services to help them find work, such as the possibility of studying Estonian.

According to Health and Labor Minister Rannar Vassiliev, Töötukassa fund offers refugees assistance in the same way as other unemployed people living in Estonia.

Although, according to Rannar Vassilyev, the government does not pay any benefits or benefits to the recruitment of refugees, several companies have become interested in implementing their work. There are such companies as, for example AS E-Betoonelement, OÜ Tallinna Pesumaja, OÜ Baltic Log Cabins, AS Hagar ja OÜ Pandivere Pansion.

the Head of the Design Department Tamsalu Factory Manager Marek Prees According to them, they currently have two refugees, who work as a concrete worker. Prees.

The company will be in the future Preesi According to him, if necessary, he is ready to take refugees, but at the same time he has to take cautious decisions. "You have to see that there will be no gangs," he commented. Prees sees no language barrier, for example, in a Russian-speaking Ukrainian working with a company and in English with Sudanese.

According to Sirje Pedi, head of the Pandivere Pension in Vao village, their interest in refugees came from the fact that the company was not found anywhere in the workforce.

The recruited refugees describe Pedius as industrious and intelligent people, the only obstacle is language.

Regardless of government efforts and corporate interest, it is not easy to find paid employment for refugees. According to Eero Janson, Member of the Board of Refugee Board, there are refugees among people with different levels of education, but refugees predominantly receive only minor work.

According to Janson, however, the refugee can, in particular, increase his chances on the labor market, mainly through language learning.

According to Rannar Vassilyev, it is important for the refugee to trust the assistance system provided by the state of Estonia.

According to Janson, however, the state could, in order to facilitate the recruitment of refugees, be given control to Töötukassa.

According to Janson, the refugees themselves are extremely motivated to find a job. "This is their first priority, for them it is even more important than finding a place of residence," said Janson.

Elements of Kaagvere specialised school have been assembled

Elements of Kaagvere specialised school have been assembled

  • Object: Kaagvere specialised school complex – main building, family house and six group homes
  • Address: Kaagvere, Tartu County
  • Architects: Esplan OÜ
  • Customer: YIT Ehitus AS
  • Contract for services by AS E-Betoonelement: design, elements and installation
  • Project manager: Toomas Böttcher

AS E-Betoonelement’s works at the construction of Kaagvere specialised school have been completed. The contracting comprised the design, manufacture, transport and assembly of the main building, family house and six group homes of the specialised school.

“This project was a full contracting of element solution, which meant that E-Betoonelement had the opportunity to optimise the solution of the entire building complex from the drawings to the assembly on element basis. At the design stage, we prepared a 3D model of the planned building using the Tekla BIM software, which enabled working from one platform throughout. The model was complemented step-by-step according to the current project stage all the way to completion. Such approach helped to significantly save time and prevent mistakes, because the comprehensiveness of the model allows to quickly model, consider and compare different alternatives and to also test out the course of the supply chain. The main contractor YIT Ehitus was thoroughly satisfied with E-Betoonelement, because it didn’t have to separately deal with the design, manufacturing and assembly.

The company was also satisfied with the quality of elements, as there were no significant colour differences on the surfaces of the patented rust colour.

Special praise was given to E-Betoonelement’s assembly team headed by Marko Haabjärv and Raigo Grünthal.Similarly to E-Betoonelement, the main contractor YIT Ehitus pays close attention to occupational safety, and construction objects have similar requirements for safety equipment, e.g. helmet with a fastening strap, safety goggles, safety boots, etc. In addition to excellent and skilful assembly work, continuous use of safety equipment by the assembly team, which was an example set for all other contractors, also got a mention,” said Toomas Böttcher.

Elements of the exterior facade of the school have been treated with a ferrous sulphate solution in order to achieve a rust colour on the buildings.


View of the building complex of Kaagvere specialised school

Kaagvere specialised school is set to open for studies in the autumn of this year.

Elements for two apartment buildings in the Pöörise residential area have been assembled

Elements for two apartment buildings in the Pöörise residential area have been assembled

Elements for two 14-storey apartment buildings in the Pöörise residential area have been assembled. Contracting by E-Betoonelement comprised the design, manufacture and installation of the element solution of load bearing structures of the apartment buildings.

Object: first two buildings in the Pöörise residential area
Address: residential area in Mustamäe, in the area bordered by Kadaka St. and Akadeemia St.
Architects: Nord Projekt AS, Meeli Truu and Andres Kariste
Customer: TTP AS
Contract for services by AS E-Betoonelement: design, elements and installation
Project manager: Toomas Böttcher

Pöörise apartment buildings are an excellent example of implementing E-Betoonelement’s concept of element solution for which the customer entrusted the full completion of the solution for reinforced concrete building envelope to the experienced team of E-Betoonelement.

E-Betoonelement’s project manager Toomas Böttcher“Our customer for Pöörise apartment buildings is the real estate development and construction company TTP AS with whom we have cooperated for more than 10 years. Good communication and mutual trust have ensured the best results upon the completion of the buildings. In the Pöörise project, good mutual cooperation was also exhibited by E-Betoonelement’s personnel from engineers to persons in charge of the organisation of logistics and installation. The project was successful in every way. E-Betoonelement is ready and willing to contribute to the completion of the next eight buildings.”

Manager of the Assembly Department at E-Betoonelement Marko Haabjärv“These are the highest buildings that we have assembled to date. The height of the buildings is nearly 42.5 metres. Logistically, deliveries were accurate but strong winds this spring have affected assembly work more than once, and schedules had to be reworked. Ultimately, however, everything was completed on time.”


Assembly team of E-Betoonelement

A video introducing the element solution of Pöörise apartment buildings is in production and we will keep you posted of it on our website.

Apartment building based on contemporary element solution is characterised by sound and noise-resistance, energy efficiency, minimal maintenance, security and good appearance. Read more here.

Loe ka: 08.04.2014 Elements for the apartment buildings in the Pöörise residential block are designed, manufactured and installed by AS E-Betoonelement

Specifically, about a residential quarter you can read:

http://www.ttp.ee/muuk/11336/ and http://poorise.uusmaa.ee/

E-Betoonelement has started deliveries to Tallink Logistics Center

E-Betoonelement has started deliveries to Tallink Logistics Center

We have started the deliveries to Tallink Logistics Center, located at Vana-Narva Road 5b, Maardu.

  • Tallink Logistics Center
  • Address: Vana-Narva Road 5b, Maardu
  • Customer: Merko Ehitus Eesti AS
  • Services: design, manufacture and transport of elements
  • Project manager of E-Betoonelement: Toomas Böttcher

E-Betoonelement will design and produce hollow panels, posts, beams, 3-layered wall elements and stairs. Element deliveries to the construction site will continue until the middle of June. The building will be completed by the beginning of 2016.

Tallink warehouse has 15 000 m2 of storage area; it is a mainly one-storey building, with a two-storey part. In addition to storage rooms the building also has offices and common rooms for the employees.

Tallink Logistics Center

Solution for the load-bearing part of the building