Inchcape Vehicle Centre
- Type Sales and service centre
- Completed 2008
- Surface area 7,000 m2
Vehicle sales and maintenance service showroom opened in Rae rural municipality on Tartu Highway in 2008. Total surface area is 7,000 m2. Designed by Nord Projekt AS. Inchcape is one of the world's largest retailers of vehicles.
15-storey high-rise building on Pärnu St. in Tallinn. The residential-office building has 158 apartments, 10 commercial suites, 72 parking spaces in the basement and a children's playground. Designed by KPME OÜ with international cooperation.
Heavy machinery sales and service centre opened in Saue on Pärnu Highway in 2006. Dimensions of the building are 43x37 metres, useful area is 1,600 m2. Steel and reinforced concrete structures and sandwich panels. Designed by Pikoprojekt OÜ.
SRV Group bought Hotel Viru in 1994. During renovation, new building was added to the hotel, renovation works included the façade, conference centre, restaurant, hotel rooms, technical systems and the elevator shafts were modernised. Designed by Künnapu & Padrik Architects.
Total surface area of the complex is 85,000 m2, including the shopping centre, underground bus terminal, indoor parking lot, Sokos Hotel Viru and conference centre, 72 apartments and the reconstructed Viru Square. Designed by Künnapu & Padrik Architects.
Warehouse and office building for a wholesaler of paper and paper products built in Saku in the Tänassilma Technological Park in 2003. The dimensions of the building are 58x34 metres, total surface area is 2,500 m2. Designed by AS Kommunaalprojekt.
Radisson SAS Hotel with its surface area of 32,700 m2 includes 280 rooms, 11 conference halls, restaurant, lobby and bar. The surface area of Astlanda office building is 4,000 m2. Designed by Künnapu & Padrik Architects.
14-storey high-rise built in the Maakri quarter in 1998. The building has 12 office floors and 2 technical floors. Architecturally professional planning on a complex plot of land. Designed by architect Kari Mökkälä from Finland and AB Urbel&Peil.
Parking house built on Rävala St. in Tallinn, opened in 1997. 6 above-ground and 2 underground floors have a total of 610 parking spaces, 142 of which are underground and 468 above ground. Designed with international cooperation.
7-storey headquarters of the former Hoiupank built on Rävala St. in Tallinn. Bank premises and banking hall are situated on floors 1-2 and offices on floors 3-6, 7th floor is a technical floor. The basement houses personnel rooms and parking.
Built in 1911, it was intended to be a dry cleaning facility and it has retained its original function to date. While reconstructing, the appearance was recreated as close to the original as possible. Designed by AS Restauraator T.
The Tallinn Old City Harbour was rebuilt to service only cruise ships and ferries. Total surface area is 5,000 m2, capacity is 24,000 m3. Designed by AB Urbel&Peil.