Construction activity


Kaspar Kasemaa, Buildings Construction Director
Kaspar Kasemaa started working for Nordecon corporate group in 2005 as a site engineer. He became an acting site manager in 2011 and, as of 2017, the leader of buildings construction. Kaspar graduatedfrom Tallinn University of Technology in the field of industrial and civil construction in 2017.

 Ain Pähkel

Ain Pähkel, Road Construction Director
Ain Pähkel began work in the Group in 2002 as the foreman, then he became the project manager and in 2009, the head of the road construction division. Since 2011, Ain has been the head of the road construction and the production division. Ain graduated with a specialty in Civil Engineering from TTK University of Applied Sciences of Tallinn and acquired further education at the Tallinn University of Technology, where he obtained the MSc degree cum laude in engineering (road construction). Ain has been granted the certified level 7 of a road engineer by the Estonian Association of Civil Engineers.

  Reedik Raudla

Reedik Raudla, Civil Engineering Director
Reedik Raudla started working for the group as a work manager in 1996. He then became a project manager and, as of 2010, the manager of the division of civil engineering. He worked for Teede REV-2 as a works manager before he joined Nordecon. Reedik graduated from Tallinn University of Technology in the field of transport construction in 1999 and obtained an M.Tech at the same university in 2001. He is certified by the Estonian Association of Civil Engineers as a level 8 civil engineer in the fields of general and road construction.

  Toomas Rell

Toomas Rell, Head of Residential Development Department
Regional Manager in South-Estonia
Toomas Rell started working for the group in 2005. He has worked in different positions in the field of real estate development. Toomas has been the manager of the Real Estate Department since 2009. He obtained his leading experience in Põltsamaa Felix AS from 1995 to 2005. Toomas graduated from the Estonian Agricultural University (now known as the Estonian University of Life Sciences).