The wall elements of the common building for Kiviõli Rescue Board and the Police and Border Guard Board in Ida-Viru county received relief mould surface finish. Just as the field of construction is constantly changing and evolving, by streamlining construction processes and looking for new architectural options suitable for the environment, great attention is also paid to innovative, durable and aesthetic surface finishing options.
The relief mould surface finish is being used more and more frequently for pre-cast elements, because it allows for the architects' vision to be carried out in high precision. This is a rapidly developing finishing method, which has been popular due to its endless possibilities.
The relief mould surface of elements is achieved by pouring concrete into special moulds. The result is a concrete surface with a unique pattern, which is often inspired by different materials such as metal, stone or wood. At the same time, complex patterns can also be created by using different textural forms, thus giving the concrete elements an artistic appearance.
The building's architects from Novarc Group and architects Martin Aunin and Katrin Kõlu have perfectly captured the integral nature of the building when designing the common building for Kiviõli Rescue Board and the Police and Border Guard Board. They have created an attractive and eloquent exterior, where the relief mould surface finish with stripes and dominant red, conveys the essential function of the building.
The common building for Kiviõli Rescue Board and the Police and Border Guard Board was commissioned by Riigi Kinnisvara AS. In E-Betoonelement, sales engineer Neeme Kasela, project manager Toomas Böttcher and production manager Hans Süld took care of smooth production, successful project management and sales communication.