23 buildings were entered for the Concrete Building of the Year 2018 competition organised by the Concrete Association of Estonia and the Association of Construction Material Producers of Estonia.

“The upturn of the construction market is also expressly reflected in our competition for concrete buildings where many larger and smaller concrete buildings and civil engineering works have been entered,” said Tiit Roots, Chairman of the Board of the Concrete Association of Estonia.



“The range of buildings entered for the competition is truly broad, once again giving a good overview of the opportunities of using concrete as the most widely used domestic construction material in construction,” said Toomas Vainola, Executive Director of the Concrete Association of Estonia.

Nominees for the title of the Concrete Building of the Year 2018 are:

  1. Parking garage of Eedeni Centre – Ihaste tee 3, Tartu;
  2. Building of the Estonian Academy of Arts – Põhja pst 7, Tallinn;
  3. Elering’s main building – Kadaka tee 42, Tallinn;
  4. Estanc production facility – Põrguvälja tee 5a, Pildiküla, Rae rural municipality, Harju county;
  5. Finest office building – Pärnu mnt 22, Tallinn;
  6. Haabersti intersection – Haabersti, Tallinn;
  7. Laagri Health Centre – Tervise 2, Laagri, Saue rural municipality, Harju county;
  8. Maarjamäe memorial for the victims of communism – Pirita tee 74, Tallinn;
  9. Mustamäe Experience Centre – Akadeemia tee 30, Mustamäe, Tallinn;
  10. Paepargi residential area – Lasnamäe, Tallinn;
  11. Palamuse kindergarten Nukitsamees – Pähklimäe 1, Palamuse, Jõgeva rural municipality, Jõgeva county;
  12. Pöörise architecture – Pöörise Street, Mustamäe, Tallinn;
  13. Roseni hotel/apartment building/office building – Roseni 9/11, Tallinn;
  14. Staapli 4 apartment building – Staapli 4, Noblessner, Tallinn;
  15. Apartment buildings at Sõjakooli Street 12, 12A, 12B – Kristiine, Tallinn;
  16. T1 Mall of Tallinn Shopping and Entertainment Centre – Peterburi tee 2, Tallinn;
  17. Tallinna courthouse – Lubja 4, Tallinn;
  18. Parking garage of Tallinn Airport – Tartu mnt 101, Tallinn;
  19. Amphitheater of Tallinn University of Technology – Ehitajate tee 5, Mustamäe, Tallinn;
  20. Housing departments of Tallinn Prison – Linnaaru tee 5, Soodevahe village, Rae rural municipality, Harju county;
  21. Concrete floors of Tallinn Prison – Linnaaru tee 5, Soodevahe village, Rae rural municipality, Harju county;
  22. Tänavapuhastuse AS workshop – Järve 37, Kristiine, Tallinn;
  23. Zenith office building – Narva mnt. 7b, Tallinn
    See also Aasta betoonehitis 2018 nominendid

The aim of the competition is to find and highlight the buildings, whose appearance and effective and economical performance demonstrate the advantages and potential of concrete as a domestic construction material.

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 choice of winning will also take into account the professionalism and demanding, quality and innovativeness of the design and construction of the site.

The main prize belongs to the author of the work. Special marking for winning object´s customer, designer, builder, concrete and formwork supplier.


The jury will start its work in January.
The winner will be announced on the Concrete Day in March 2019.

Background info:

The Concrete Building of the Year 2015 – Ihaste Bridge in Tartu. Grand Prix – Ehituse ja Tarkvara Inseneribüroo OÜ (Juhan Idnurm ja Siim Idnurm).
The Concrete Building of the Year 2014 – Tondiraba Ice Hall. Grand Prix – Kadarik Tüür Arhitektid OÜ.
vt. ka Konkursi tutvustus

The Association of Estonian Building Materials Manufacturers is an association of construction materials manufacturing and sales companies, which comprises 62 enterprises.

Additional information:
Tiit Roots, Chairman of the Board of the Estonian Concrete Association
Phone: 50 42 228; e-mail:
Toomas Vainola, Managing Director of Estonian Concrete Association
Phone: +372 648 1918; +372 50 366 50; e-mail:
Enno Rebane, Managing Director of Estonian Building Material Manufacturers Association
Phone: 648 1918; 51 82 662; e-mail:

Source: Estonian Concrete Association

E-Betoonelement has entered four buildings for the Concrete Building of the Year 2018 competition This year, E-Betoonelement entered four buildings for the Concrete Building of the Year 2018 competition: courthouse, T1 Mall of Tallinn, Estanc production facility, and apartment buildings at Sõjakooli St.

Reason for submission: The courthouse built in the outskirts of the Tallinn city centre is architecturally very notable. The striking facade areas protrude in relation to each other both horizontally and vertically. The building houses three state authorities: Harju County Court, Northern District Prosecutor’s Office, and the Centre of Registers and Information Systems (RIK). All authorities are housed in different parts of the building, while architecturally forming a single unit. Designing the building proved to be a challenge, because the wishes of the three tenants as well as the different levels of security zones had to be taken into consideration. The construction process

T1 MALL OF TALLINN – Meelelahutus- ja kaubanduskeskus

Reason for submission: The project of T1 entertainment and shopping centre is interesting in terms of its solution, as it’s not a regular rectangular building but accommodates spacious and open atriums of different shapes, which in turn posed a challenge for the designers to come up with a solution for assemblies between prefabricated and monolithic elements. It was a very extensive project, which set higher expectations for both production and delivery schedules. T1 Mall of Tallinn entertainment and shopping centre is spread out on an area of approx. 55,000 m2 with space for more than 200 stores. The construction process was managed and administered using the BIM model.


Reason for submission: Healthy solution for a production facility where the architect’s vision to give a dignified exterior appearance to the building has been highly successful, and high-quality materials have been used in doing so. The production facility is also special because it has underfloor heating and enables lifting 100 tonne loads.

Reason for submission: Apartment buildings with a beautiful and individual architecture where utilities management has been planned around the residents. Utilities shafts in walls closest to the stairwell are double-walled – this blocks noise from reaching the apartments as much as possible and enables easier access to the utilities.

The winner of the Concrete Building of the Year 2018 competition will be revealed on the Concrete Day in March 2019. The main prize will be given to the author of the winning concept. The client who ordered the winning building, the designer, the builder, the supplier of formworks and the supplier of concrete will also be mentioned.

5. detsembril toimub Eesti Betooniühingu poolt korraldatud koolitus “Talvised Betoonitööd.

Koolitus toimub 5. detsembril 2018 kell 10.20 – 16.00
At Tallinn Building School, Pärnu road 162

This is traditional training with an updated plan.
The training day is useful: for concrete manufacturers, builders, designers, construction supervisors and contractors.


10.20 Registration and coffee

10.40 a.m. Martin Trossek
 Concrete selection and concrete supply in winter
 How to make the optimal choice when ordering concrete?
 What to consider when transporting and pumping concrete?

11.40 a.m. Kalve Ramjalg
Puhasvalupindade betoonitööde planeerimisel, teostamine ja kivistumise jälgimine   talvel
Readiness to perform concrete works; concrete technology; the specifics of concrete works in winter; how to coat and warm concrete; calculation of concrete strength by maturity.

12.40 Lunch

13.20 p.m. Taavi Varb
Concrete works in winter based on the example of Tallinn Airport parking house

14.20 p.m. Tour to the construction site of the Kadrioru Plaza
Team of Merko Ehitus Estonia

16.00 p.m. End of training day

Participants will receive 4 continuing vocational education credit points (by the Estonian Association of Civil Engineers), some building materials and free lunch in the school canteen. Parking is free in case of available parking spaces in the Construction School’s parking lot. Transportation to the construction site of Kadriorg Plaza is not provided (everyone goes with their own cars); parking is available in Torupilli Selver’s parking lot.

Training price 65 €, for members of the Concrete Association 45 €.

In order to participate in the event it is required to register by November 30, 2018

phone 648 1918

Virumaa Teataja, Anu Viita-Neuhaus

“Awesome!” goes everyone who has been on the spot, and seen the recently opened new generation shopping and entertainment center T1 Mall of Tallinn. The workers of E-Betoonelement’s factory in Tamsalu have a larger share of bragging rights. It was they who built the support structure of this modern four-storied building.

Tamsalu men and women are taken a part of building modern shopping centers before. In Tallinn, there´s no shopping centre, which frame isn´t made in Tamsalu.
Eesti suurim ehitusfirma Merko tellis just oma pikaajaliselt koostööpartnerilt E-Betoonelemendi Tamsalu tehasest betoonkarkassi. Tehase juhataja Marek Prees tunnistas, et 100 000 m2 müügipinnaga hoone toestiku tellimus on olnud suurim. “2015. aasta oktoobris alustasime ja 2017. oktoobris lõpetasime,” sõnas Prees kokkuvõtlikult.

Kaks aastat tehti, võiks öelda, lausa pulkhaaval iga päev palehigis tööd. Liivast, killustikust ja tsemendist miksitud betoon valati vineerist ja metallist vormidesse – just sellise kujuga mudelisse nagu tellija oli soovinud. “Isegi hoone trepikojad valatakse vormidesse,” märkis Prees.
2380 trucks took 53,000 m3 of concrete from Tamsalu to Tallinn, so the building could rise high.

Muljeid vägevast kaubandus- ja meelelahutuskeskusest Marek Prees veel jagada ei saa. Tehase juhataja tunnistas, et pole hooga tormaja, mistõttu pole veel T1Mall of Tallinnas käinud. Küll aga on ta oma töötajatelt kuulnud, et neil läks küll süda soojaks, kui nägid, et on hakkama saanud millegi nii võimsaga. “Tihti ongi nii, et alles kohapeal saad aru, kui suur see on,” nentis Prees.

Историю делали на заводе Тамсалу и раньше;

The workers had the honour to build the concrete elements of the War of Independence Victory Column, which is 143 meters high and made of glass panels.


Other West-Virumaa companies are also helping to make shopping centers all over Estonia. The "Supra Mööbel", operating in Sõmerul, produced wooden items for 20 benches at the Tartu Eeden Center.

Source: Huge T1 Mall of Tallinn stands with the help of Tamsalu employees

Consolis Group, a leader supplier of precast concrete solutions, reinforces its presence in Northern Europe and especially in the Baltic area. In that perspective, Consolis appoints Alar Salum to lead its new Baltics Business unitthat will encompass the activity of Consolis in  Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania (respectively E-Betoonelement, Consolis Latvija and Betonika). 

Lars Martinsson, Vice-President for the Building Business Line: „Kolm Balti riiki on kõik väga dünaamilised turud oma kõrgelt kvalifitseeritud müügitiimidega. Consolis teeb strateegilise muudatuse organisatsioonis, luues uue Baltikumi äriüksuse, mis hõlmab Leedu, Eesti ja Läti tegevusi. Meie eesmärgiks on saavutada veel parem juhtimine ja parandada meie kuvandit eelistatud tööandjana Leedus, Lätis ja Eestis. See on põhjus, miks ma olen väga õnnelik, et meie uut üksust hakkab juhtima Alar Salum, kes toob meie meeskondadesse ja gruppi kaasa oma rahvusvahelised oskused ja kogemused. ”

Alar Salum, new Consolis Baltic Unit manager: “I am glad and proud to be part of the Consolis evolving team and to bring in my knowledge in developing the organization.
Ma näen Baltikumis suurt potentsiaali ja me soovime võimendada piirkonna kõigi üksuste parimaid praktikaid projekteerimisest tootmise- ja eksporditegevuseni.”

Alar Salum is joining Consolis from Krimelte OÜ (Wolf Group) where he has been Managing Director and Board Member for the last 12 years. Krimelte OÜ is an Estonian manufacturer of one-component polyurethane foam and sealing and bonding solutions with worldwide sales and production sites in Estonia, Russia and Spain. Alar brings more than 20 years of management experience from different business areas, having been Regional Manager for the security services company G4S in Estonia, Managing Director of Krenholm Germany GmbH, a sales subsidiary of Estonian Textile Manufacture Krenholm Holding for the West-European markets and Commercial Director of the Estonian FMCG wholesaler ABC Group AS / AbeStock. He holds a Diploma Degree in Informatics & Electronics from Dresden Technical University.

About Consolis:
Consolis is a leading precast concrete solution provider in Europe. The Group provides smart, durable precast concrete structures for the transportation, utilities and building sectors. With more than 11,000 employees in 22 countries throughout the world, the Group generated €1.45 billion in revenue in 2017. We leverage our unique design, engineering, manufacturing and project management capabilities to transform raw materials into highly engineered products and solutions.

Palun külasta meid aadressil
Meediakontakt: Mari-Liis Tenno, +372 5667 6006

AS E-Betoonelement and TTP AS have signed a cooperation agreement with the Järve Tower Complex, which includes the design, manufacture, supply and installation of high-rise buildings. High-rise buildings are being designed in cooperation with the sister company CES.

Project: Järve Towers
Address: Järve St 2, Tallinn
Customer: TTP AS
Architect: Martin Aunin
Services: element solution: design, manufacturing, transport and installation
Product nomenclature: hollow core slabs, poles, beams, stairs, balconies, interior and exterior wall elements
E-Betoonelement project manager: Toomas Böttcher

E-Betoonelement project manager Toomas Böttcher: "Järve towers are a very interesting project for the E-Betoonelement because two tall buildings are definitely challenging with their architecture, timetable and solution.

However, this project is once again a good example of long-term cooperation, as we have built several and several buildings with the TTP since the early 2000's. The facade of the buildings is made of a colorful surface, which, based on a light tone, leaves the result beautiful and bright. "

Herki Narusk, Construction Director of TTP AS: "Two ultramodern high-rise buildings that rise to the tidal zone of Tallinn are designed by one of Estonia's top modern engineers, Martin Aunin. The new slender and magnificent landmark is paved with a variety of glass surfaces and uninterrupted balks with a ribbon that dynamically moves to a height and opens up breathtaking views at every point of view. The towers of a high-tinted luminous shade are noticeable far.

The complex of apartment buildings with commercial premises of Järve towers includes two tower houses, a business and office block and an underground car park. The terraced parts of the tower buildings have 19 and 18 floors, the business and office block has 2 floors. There are two underground floors in the whole building complex. The office block can be connected via a walkway through the 2nd floor plan.

 Collaboration with the E-Betoonelement is characterized by long-term experience and understanding of each other, where the focus is always a great end result, which means the interests of all parties. From the TTP's point of view, we like the designer to receive a complete solution for the structural part of the E-Betoone element, which includes design, assembly, transport and installation of elements. "

The lake towers are surrounded by vegetation, which harmonizes with Järve's park forest, where you can walk with your four-legged friend and engage in a health sport. The most up-to-date floor of the towers is a spacious penthouse-type apartment, as evidenced by an orchard in the apartment, with or without a roof window, the balcony overlooking the entire apartment, or both. The larger apartments have a utility room, several toilets and suites-bedrooms. Inside the finish, light, natural tones and high quality materials are used.

From the towers, there is a "highway" in each direction - the Ülemiste Airport, Tallinn Bus Station and the city center, which can be reached every 10 minutes, and the train stop will bring both Nõmme and Balti Jaama markets close to the market.

First of Järve towers will be completed in 2020.

Additional information: Järve projects

E-Betoonelement´s Cabro team is 11th-13th in Jyväskylä, Finland, in which the agricultural fair KoneAgia will be held in 2018.

Visitors to the Farm Fair have access to Cabro Concrete elements for agricultural solutions and products:

  • Acontank liquid manure storage facilities:
  • Aconsilo storage of feed
  • Crop storage
  • Solid manure storage;
  • Livestock buildings.

Kestvad ja hooldusvabad Acontank™ mahutid valmivad:

The fair is open:
Thursday and Friday from 9am to 5pm.
Saturday 9am to 4pm.

Meet on Thursday in Jyväskylä, in the exhibition hall no. B222

Read more:

Concrete Association of Estonia, Press release

Concrete Association of Estonia and Association of Construction Material Producers of Estonia have announced the „Concrete Building of the Year 2018“ competition. The aim of the contest is to contribute to the architectural concrete, concrete construction and concrete technology development, as well as to raise the reputation of concrete as a domestic building material.

„Concrete as the most widely used building material has this year perpetuated itself into the solid choice of the builder,” says the said chairman of the Concrete Association of Estonia Tiit Roots.„This year, a number of important buildings will be established. We expect them to take part in our competition,” added Roots.

The contest is open to entries including:
– ehitisi – hooneid ja rajatisi – mis antakse tellijale üle 2018. aasta jooksul;
– ehitisi, mida ei ole antud konkursile varem esitatud.
– Esitada võib ka konstruktsioone ja menetlusi.

The winner of the contest is the object or proceeding where a significant part has been on an enterprise registered in Estonia and on concrete materials delivered from Estonia. In selecting the winner, the professionalism of engineering and construction are taken into account, as well as the exactingness, quality, and innovation of the object.

The grand prix goes to the author of the winning idea. The owner, engineer, constructor, supplier of formwork and concrete producer will be denoted.

The jury comprises of representatives of the Union of Estonian Architects, the Concrete Association of Estonia, the Estonian Association of Civil Engineers, the Estonian Association of Construction Entrepreneurs, the Estonian Association of Architectural and Consulting Engineering Companies, the Association of Construction Material Producers of Estonia, AS Kunda Nordic Tsement and constructional media. The jury is summoned by the promoter of the contest.

The deadline of submission is the 3rd of December 2018.

The winner will be announced on the Estonian Concrete Day in March 2019.
The Concrete Building Competition is the oldest Estonian construction competition, which has been organized since 2000, eighteen years.

The Concrete Association of Estonia is a union established in order to promote concrete as a domestic construction material, aggregating 63 companies, organizations and individuals.

The Association of Estonian Building Materials Manufacturers is an association of construction materials manufacturing and sales companies, which comprises 62 enterprises.

Additional information:
Tiit Roots, Chairman of the Board of the Estonian Concrete Association
Phone: 50 42 228; e-mail: 

Toomas Vainola, Managing Director of Estonian Concrete Association
Phone: +372 648 1918; +372 50 366 50; e-mail: 

Enno Rebane, Managing Director of Estonian Building Material Manufacturers Association
Phone: 648 1918; 51 82 662; e-mail:
Konkursi tingimused

E-Betoonelemendi seinaelemendid toodetakse Harku tehases, ettevõtte Tamsalu-tehases tehakse nii õõnes- kui ka eelpingepaneele. Mõlemas tehases on rõhk ohutusel ja efektiivsusel.

Mariliis Pinn,

Tamsalus valatakse vahelagesid, treppe, rõdusid, mis on eelpingestatud. Harkus toodetakse sise- ja välisseinu. Tamsalus tehakse eelpingetooteid, mida Harku tehase tehnoloogia ei võimalda.
Eelpingetoodete kandevõime on suurem.

Tamsalu tehase juhataja Marek Preesi sõnul on parim toode see, mis on korralikult planeeritud. Suur eelis on majasisene planeerimine. “Tootmisele on oma maja joonised paremad,” lisab ta ja kinnitab, et ka väljast tulnud jooniste järgi toodetakse paneele.

Praegu töös olev Pöörise elukvartali viies maja ehitatakse peaaegu sama projekti järgi kui eelnevad. Suur eelis on 3D-mudel. “Samas, tooted arenevad. Kolme esimese maja valamisega muutsime näiteks ühte rõdudetaili kolm korda,” ütleb Prees.

Tootmine on optimeeritud nii, et kõik detailid saab ühes jutis valmis valada, kuigi ehitusplatsile lähevad tooted nende monteerimise järjekorras.

Laoplatsilt tehasesse astudes jõuab nn viimistlusalasse. Harku tehase juhataja Priit Kärner näitab, kuidas tellisseina puhastatakse, ja selgitab, et detailid jõuavad objektile võimalikult valmis kujul. “Pöörise objekti puhul elemendid pestakse ja värvitakse,” täpsustab ta.

Üliolulised on täpsus ja ohutus E-Betoonelemendil on äpp, millega saab kohe tehasest toimuva üle anda. “Kui keegi näeb, et on mõni probleem, antakse kiirelt märku,” lisab Kärner. Alati saab tagasisidet, kui miski on hästi või vajab parandamist.

Kuigi tehases on kaheksa kraanat, selgus, et tegu on pudelikaelaga. Soojustuse, armatuuri ja muukergema materjali vedamiseks kasutusele võetud kärud aitasid selle mure likvideerida. Samuti optimeeriti isolatsioonimaterjali väljalõikamist nii, et nüüd teevad seda vaid kaks meest: üks ühes, teine teises vahetuses.

Igale valatavale tootele on tellija olemas. “Lattu midagi igaks juhuks ei toodeta,” kinnitab nii Kärner kui ka Prees. Paneelilt seerianumbrit vaadates teavad nad kohe, et tegu on Pöörise maja seitsmenda korruse välisseinaga.

Valulaual valatakse keerulisemaid objekte, betoon tihendatakse vibreerides. Kassetis valatakse seerias lihtsamaid ühekihilisi seinu, mis aitavad protsessi veelgi optimeerida.

Kassetis kasutatakse vaid isetihenduvat betooni. Kaks meest valavad viis-kuus elementi. Laual valavad kaks meest keskmiselt kolm elementi päevas.

Tehas kui ballisaal

ASi E-Betoonelement tehas on suur kui ballisaal. Kuna kogu tehase sisustus on liigutatav, ongi suuremateks tähtpäevadeks ruum omast käest võtta. Mullu ärkas ettevõtte 25. sünnipäevaks taas ellu džässiklubi Wool Moon, mille raames on Eestis 2000ndatel esinemas käinud sellised džässartistid nagu Randy Brecker, James Carter, Kurt Elling, Maceo Parker ja mitmed teised. Eelmisel suvel andis mõnusa kontsertela muse Prantsuse-Kameruni laulja Ann-Shirley.

Harku tehase 4500ruutmeetrine peosaaliks kohandatud tootmishoone muutus glamuursete tippdžässartistide esinemispaigaks, pakkudes rõõmsat klubimeeleolu ja küllaga emotsioone.

ASi E-Betoonelement asutasid Eesti Ehitus AS, OY Rudus AB ja SRV International OY1992. aastal. 2002. aastal sai ettevõtte 100% omanikuks Euroopa juhtivaid betoonelemendi tootjaid ühendav kontsern Consolis.

25 aastaga on oma toodanguga antud panus sadade hoonete ja rajatiste valmimisse, mille seas on näiteks Rocca al Mare kool, Luku-Experdi kontorihoone, TÜ Narva kolledž, Tondiraba jäähall, Maxima logistikakeskus, kaubandus- ja meelelahutuskeskus T1 jne.


Several element buildings with beautiful apperance have been completed in Tallinn through cooperation between E-Betoonelement and Nordecon. At the moment, the last of four houses is under completion at Sõjakooli Street, and by the end of 2019 three more element buildings with similar solution will be completed at Sammu Street.

Project: Sõjakooli tn neli korterelamut ja Sammu tn kolm korterelamut
Address: Sõjakooli tn 12, 12A, 12B, 12C ja Sammu tn 6, A, 6B, Tallinn
Customer: Nordecon AS
Product nomenclature: õõnespaneelid, postid, talad, seina- ja trepielemendid
AS E-Betoonelemendi töövõtt: elemendid ja transport (osaliselt paigaldus)
Project Manager: Toomas Böttcher

E-Betoonelement project manager Toomas Böttcher: „Nordeconiga koostöös on Kristiine City’sse valminud juba seitse elementelamut. 2014.-2016. aastal valmisid esimesed kolm korterelamut Marsi tänavale, mis olid Aasta betoonehitise nominendiks oma uudse kommunikatsioonišahtide lahenduskontseptsiooni poolest.

Alates 2016. aastast kuni tänaseni on Sõjakooli tänavale püstitatud neli elementelamut, millest viimane on hetkel lõpetamisel. Lisaks oleme sõlminud nendega koostöölepingu veel kolmele elementmajale Sammu tänaval, mis valmivad 2019. aastal.

Grey relief concrete with imitation joints has been used in the finish of all buildings, which provides beautiful and original appearance to the buildings.

Meie koostöö Nordeconiga on kestnud pikalt ja see on olnud rõõmustavalt tulemuslik. Tunneme teineteise tööstiili ja teame ootusi ning omavaheline kommunikatsioon on ladus. Projektides tuleb ikka ootamatusi ette, aga mõlemapoolse panuse, hea kommunikatsiooni ja hoolivusega oleme saavutanud alati sobiva lahenduse.“

Kristina Houses are well-planned functional buildings designed by Allianss Arhitektid. Homes with smart spatial plan, stylish design and modern appearance enable to enjoy greenery and privacy, while simultaneously a convenient transport connection is ensured with the city centre and other districts. Read more here.

Read more:

15 buildings to compete for the title of Concrete Building of the Year

Elements for the apartment buildings in the Tondi residential block in the Kristiine district are designed and delivered by AS E-Betoonelement 

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