Concrete Association of Estonia and Association of Construction Material Producers of Estonia have announced the „Concrete Building of the Year 2017“ 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 perpetuated itself into the solid choice of the builder. This year has concrete been more widely used,” says the 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 2017. 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 for submissions is 1st of December 2017.
The winner will be announced on the Estonian Concrete Day in March 2018.
Eesti Rahva Muuseum, winner of 2016. Photo: Estonian Concrete Association
Source: Estonian Concrete Association