On 18 September 2019, the cornerstone was laid for the Fortaco factory building at Linda 22, Narva. The cornerstone ceremony was attended by representatives of Fortaco Group, including Lars Hellberg and Larissa Shabunova, representative of Fortaco Estonia, Jelena Golubeva, representative of the city of Narva, a representative of Swedbank Estonia, and Hannu Heinonen, advisor to the minister at the Finnish Embassy. The construction company Rand & Tuulberg AS was represented by Raivo Rand, member of the council, and Janno Meriloo, member of the management board, as well as the entire project team of Rand & Tuulberg AS construction company, and Lauri Matteus, construction manager.
Representatives of the construction company Rand & Tuulberg AS confirmed that the construction of the building is progressing well. The total area of the building planned for the production of high quality steel and metal products for the automotive and shipping industries is 9,700 m2. The building is to be equipped with high-tech production equipment. The construction project manager is Andres Allik and the completion of the factory building is scheduled for July 2020.
Read more from Fortaco’s own website: https://www.fortacogroup.com/post/ground-breaking-ceremony-at-fortaco-narva-factory
Ehitusfirma Rand ja Tuulberg AS and SA Tartu Ülikooli Kliinikum have signed a contract for services for the partial reconstruction works of blocks A, B, and E at 8 Puusepa Street, Tartu. The area of the planned works is 5,390 m2.
Blocks B and E of the Maarjamõisa Medical Campus of the Tartu University Hospital are historical sections of the complex that have depreciated over the years. During the construction works, the dining hall and kitchen of the hospital will be expanded and renovated. The kitchen area of block E will be connected to blocks B and F on the basement floor; on the first floor, the dining hall of block E will be expanded to the existing kitchen area. The kitchen and dining hall are planned to be connected to the expansion of block C (stage 3 of construction), during the building of which, the old block C will be demolished.
During the construction of the kitchen and dining hall, block E of the building will be partially demolished. The gallery connecting blocks B and C and parts thereof will also be demolished.
Construction works at the hospital are unique in that they must not disturb the operation of the hospital system. Works must be done in small sections and the daily activities of the hospital must remain unaffected.
The reconstructed section of the hospital will be completed in summer 2020.
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On Friday, 11 August, a rafter party was held at the Viljandi County Hospital and Health Centre TERVIKUM. The building has reached its height at all levels, and the rafter party marks the completion of the next important stage of construction. The building, being built in the centre of Viljandi, will be completed by the […]
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