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IKEA concept store will be built using elements


Nordecon AS and E-Betoonelement OÜ entered into a contract for building the IKEA concept store near Tallinn in the Kurna village, Rae rural municipality.

Project: IKEA concept store
Contracting entity: Nordecon AS
Contract: elements and design work
Project management: Toomas Böttcher
Sales: Neeme Kasela
Deliveries: May to June 2021

According to Toomas Böttcher, the Project Manager of E-Betoonelement: “We have entered into a cooperation agreement with our good long-term cooperation partner Nordecon for the supply and design of elements for the IKEA representative building. We will be supplying long spanning TT panels, posts, beams, hollow core panels, and stairs for the construction of the warehouse and office building.”
“In cooperation with Nordecon, the prestigious Kalaranna quarter near the Concert Hall is presently being developed,” Toomas Böttcher adds.

According to Johannes R. Jóhannesson, the CEO of IKEA Baltics: “IKEA entered the Estonian market in August 2019 when an online store and a pick-up point was launched in Tallinn. We are extremely grateful for the successful start that has exceeded our expectations. We are now taking the next step to bring the full IKEA experience to the Estonian people. The new IKEA concept store will allow us to execute the IKEA vision – to offer the best daily life and meet the everyday needs of Estonians in an even more convenient and accessible manner.”

IKEA kauplusest saab pea 30 000 ruutmeetrine 2-korruseline hoone, mis pakub klientidele enam kui 8000 kodusisustuse lahendust ja toodet. Lisaks on hoonesse planeeritud restoran, Rootsi toiduturg ja bistroo. Kogu ehituse lepinguline maht on 23 miljonit eurot.

The assignments of E-Betoonelement will be completed mid-summer, and the building will be fully complete in the autumn of 2022.

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