Concrete work

Nordecon Betoon is a subsidiary of Nordecon, established in 2000. The main activities of the company are concreting work and assembly of reinforced concrete elements.

The portfolio of the company includes building of concrete structures for several businesses and production and apartment buildings: for example, the main building of Eesti Raudtee, the Marienthal office and shopping centre and Nordea House in Tallinn.

The Concrete Association of Estonia announced the winner of the Concrete Structure of the Year 2011 contest to be the acoustic sculpture “Cromatico” situated in the Tallinn Song Festival Grounds.

For the construction of Miiduranna Villa the company was awarded the “Concrete Construction of the Year” prize of the Estonian Concrete Union and the Association of Construction Material Producers of Estonia.

Besides buildings, Nordecon Betoon has also built a number of bridges and overpasses. For instance, the overpasses in Tarbja, Mäo, Valgma and Mäo centre and Vodja bridge at the Mäo intersection on the Tallinn – Tartu highway completed in 2010, as well as overpasses at the Koidula border station and on the Vaida – Aruvalla section of the Tallinn – Tartu highway.

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