Kristiine Shopping Centre parking house
Kristiine Centre is a shopping complex in Tallinn, Kristiine, which has the biggest in Estonia number of tenants. In the shopping centre, that opened on 28 May 1999, more than 170 shops and services companies operate on the 53 000 square metres of the gross area. The centre houses 18 pubs and cafes, 15 footwear shops and 80 fashion shops. The centre is daily visited by 20 000 people roughly. Kristiine was extended twice. The first time in the year of 2002, when the building area was extended by 17 000 square metres, and next in 2010, when 20 000-square-metre extension was opened.
The contractor was Kristiine Kaubanduskeskus AS.
Intermediate ceiling in a living facility in Silmet
Damaged concrete surfaces were cleaned mechanically and sandblasted. The cleaned surface was covered with MC Zentrifix KMH corrosion protection coating. Concrete surface was restored using Betosan Densocrete PPE TH concrete repair mixture with complex additive on damaged areas.
The construction of Tallinn Creative Hub
Tallinn Creative Hub construction, Põhja Avenue 27a Tallinn Old concrete constructions were cleaned using sandblasting method, corroded armature was opened and covered with corrosion protection coating during renovation works. Sakr et SPB 2 Denso concrete repair mixture was used with…
Bearing structures on Luther square
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Fahle Building bearing structures
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