E-Betoonelement is represented at the Concrete Building of the Year 2014 competition with three objects: Dirham Harbour facilities, Tallinn Rescue Depot and General Emergency Centre and Kiisa Emergency Power Plant.

Dirham's recreational craft production and maintenance base, guest house and fishing industry production building

  • Customer: Mellson Grupp OÜ
  • Architect: OÜ Liis Projekt, Maaja Niisuke
  • Developer: E-Betoonelement AS
  • Builder, general contractor and concrete work performer: OÜ Raua Ehitus, E-Betoonelement AS
  • Concrete, concrete products and formwork supplier: E-Betoonelement AS

Justification for the proposal: A building complex based on a complex and carefully selected concrete that mix in the Dirham port area. The owner's will to build the buildings of the revolving harbor in concrete, long-lasting and capital-intensive buildings.

Dirhami sadamahooned

Tallinn Rescue depot and General Alarm Center - Osmussaare road 2, Tallinn

  • Customer: Riigi Kinnisvara AS
  • Architect: KUU OÜ, arhitekt Joel Kopli ja AS AMHOLD, arhitekt Jane Teresk
  • Developer: AS Amhold
  • Builder, general contractor and concrete work performer: Ramm Ehituse OÜ
  • Concrete, concrete products and formwork supplier: E-Betoonelement AS

Justification for the proposal: The exterior facade of the building is transformed into special reinforced concrete elements molded with mattresses of wood, imitating charred surfaces - from a distance it is difficult to see whether the facade is wood-paneled or otherwise.

Tallinn´s Rescue departement Tallinn´s Rescue departement

Kiisa Emergency Power Station - Kiisa, Saku municipality, Harjumaa county

  • Customer: Elering AS
  • Architect: Wärtsilä Finland OÜ
  • Developer: E-Betoonelement AS
  • Builder, general contractor and concrete work performer:
  • Concrete, concrete products and formwork supplier: E-Betoonelement AS

Justification for the proposal: It is known that there are openings of concrete walls previously designed in Estonia. This special solution was designed by the E-Betoonelement staff for the Kiisa Emergency Power Plant to receive several hundred tons of machinery.

Kiisa Emergency Power Plant Kiisa Emergency Power Plant