AS E-Betoonelement and AS Oma Ehitaja entered into a contract for designing and supplying elements for the construction and renovation of the Maarjamäe complex of the Estonian History Museum.
Project: Maarjamäe complex of the Estonian History Museum
Customer: Oma Ehitaja AS
Architect: Authors of the architectural design of Maarjamäe Palace are KOKO architects OÜ. The outdoor area and the film museum are designed by BOA OÜ and Innopolis Insenerid OÜ.
Services: design, manufacture and transport of reinforced concrete elements
List of products: hollow core panels and stairs elements
Project manager of E-Betoonelement: Martin-Sven Käärid
Maarjamäe loss. Photo: www.omaehitaja.ee
Maarjamäe summer manor of the Estonian History Museum is undergoing a renewal in order to open its doors on the 100th anniversary of the Republic of Estonia as an entertaining history centre. The current palace of Maarjamäe summer manor was built in 1874 by the Adjutant-General Anatoli Orlov-Davydov. The most noteworthy part of the palace is the tower with a gantry built in the Gothic style. The latest major construction and renovation in the Maarjamäe Palace took place in the second half of the 1980s, as a result of which, the Revolution Museum was opened in the building in 1987.
In the course of the renewal, the historical palace will be renovated, and the Estonian Film Museum, pleasant recreation areas and exciting outdoor exhibitions will be located in the park. A comprehensive interactive exhibition My Free Country dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the Republic of Estonia will open its doors in Maarjamäe Palace, where children can build their own state in the playful Republic of Children.
E-Betoonelement’s contracting will last from August to September.