E-Betoonelement has started the production of reinforced concrete elements for the construction of the common building of Kiviõli Rescue Board and the Police and Border Guard Board, which will be completed in cooperation between E-Betoonelement and Riigi Kinnisvara AS.
Project: Common building of Kiviõli Rescue Board and the Police and Border Guard Board
Address: Viru Street 23, Kiviõli, Lüganuse rural municipality, Ida-Viru County
Customer: Riigi Kinnisvara AS
Architect: Martin Aunin, Katrin Kõlu
Contract: production and transportation of elements
Product nomenclature: hollow core slabs, single- and three-layer wall elements, posts, beams, flight marches and landings
Sales engineer of E-Betoonelement: Neeme Kasela
Project Manager at E-Betoonelement: Toomas Böttcher
Delivery: June-August 2022
The project manager of E-Betoonelement Toomas Böttcher: "We produce and deliver hollow core slabs, single- and three-layer wall elements, posts, beams, flight marches and landings for the common building to be completed in Kiviõli. I would like to highlight the wall elements that will be made for the building, which will be structural and come with four different types of colored concrete – matriitspinnagawith red, black, white and brown Reckli finish."
Authors of the architecture of the building are Martin Aunin and Katrin Kõlu, architects of Novarc Group. When creating the appearance of the building, they have taken into account the location. The building fits nicely into the environment and can be noticed at the main street of the city when approaching from Ida-Viru County.
The construction of the building is important for the City of Kiviõli as well as for the entire Lüganuse municipality, bringing the necessary services closer to local people, creating a sense of security and making administrative operations easier and more convenient.
The new building will have excellent sporting, leisure and working conditions, as well as facilities for storage and maintenance of equipment. The building will have a large study classroom and a tube elevator for the rescue team, as well as digital ID booth, victim support office, interview and procedural rooms, a gym, a garage, changing rooms with washrooms and saunas.
The work of E-Betoonelement will be completed in August, and the building will be completed in spring 2023.