E-Betoonelement has started the manufacture and supply of elements for the gymnasium building of St. John's School for which a cooperation agreement was once again signed with Merko Ehitus Eesti. The primary school section of the school building was opened on September 1, 2022, and the gymnasium section is planned to be opened in the fall of this year. The architectural solutions of both school sections are provided by SKAD Arhitektid.
Project: Gymnasium building of St. John's School
Address: Kivimäe 25, Nõmme District, Tallinn
Architect: SKAD Arhitektid
Main contractor: Merko Ehitus Eesti AS
Contract of AS E-Betoonelement: manufacture and supply of elements
Elements: hollow panels, single-layer wall elements, ceiling boards, posts, beams and stair elements
Delivery time: January 2023
Sales Engineer: Martin-Sven Käärid
Project manager: Kaido Kindel
Kaido Kindel (Project Manager of E-Betoonelement): "We are pleased that our that the cooperation with SKAD Arhitektide and Merko Ehitus Eesti continues with the construction of the gymnasium section of St. John's School. The completion of the primary school section of St. John's School last fall has received a lot of good feedback.
We manufacture and supply hollow panels, ceiling boards, single-layer wall elements, posts, beams and stairs for the new section of the building. The product drawings for the elements are prepared by our sister company CES.
E-Betoonelement will complete the deliveries of the elements for the school building in January."
St. John's School has currently 450 students and with the construction of the new building, 180 study places will be added to the gymnasium section, enabling up to 630 students to enroll in this school.
Püha Johannese Kooli gümnaasiumikorpus sai nurgakivi
Kivimäe 25, päris oma koolimaja
News on the website (13.09.2022): The newly built St. John's School opened its doors on the first day of the month of wisdom
News on the website (02.12.2022): The Civil Engineer of the Year 2022 competition awarded the engineers of the MUBA and St. John's School buildings