Nordecon and Harmet laid the cornerstone for the new production hall for modular houses
Yesterday, the cornerstone was laid for Harmet OÜ’s production hall for modular houses at Kumna village. The production hall with a total area of 26 845 m² comprises of one-storied production space, one-storied warehousing area and three-storied office and accommodation space. In addition to the production hall, necessary access passages and areas with utilities will be built. Harmet OÜ production hall for modular houses will be established in Kumna village in Harku rural municipality at the address of Puussepa road 4. The largest factory of modular houses in Estonia is constructed by Nordecon and its subsidiary Nordecon Betoon. The factory will be ready in July 2017. The building was designed by Maru Ehitus.
Nordecon and Nordecon Betoon concluded an agreement with OÜ ITT Capital in august 2016, to build a production hall for modular houses in Kumna village in Harku rural municipality for OÜ Harmet. The total value of the agreement exceeds 9 million Euros, excluding VAT. In addition to the construction costs, OÜ Harmet will invest an extra 5 million Euros to launch a new production unit.