About the service
We prepare various project solutions from draft projects to working drawings, and offer complete solutions for single registered immovables as well as whole cities. Our customers include developers (to design real estate development areas), private contracting entities (to design registered immovables), and large companies and local governments (to prepare large-scale projects for their regions).
Our key services include the following:
- design of pipelines (including hydraulic calculations and modelling);
- design of sewage and water treatment plants (including technological and architectural solutions);
- design of treatment facilities and bore wells;
- design of drainage networks, ditches, ponds and lakes;
- design of drainage and land improvement systems.
Our team consists of experienced specialists who have outstanding knowledge and international experience in the design of pipelines and environmental structures. There is no doubt that when it comes to pipelines, we offer the best knowhow in Estonia. We also provide excellent owner supervision service for the construction of pipelines.More contacts
The objective of this undertaking was to prepare the working project for storm water drainage in the territory of Imavere Sawmill (belonging to Stora Enso Eesti AS) in Imavere Rural Municipality.
We prepared the working project for the public water supply and sewerage system in Kilingi-Nõmme.
The objective of the contracting entity was to create public space facilities (a promenade extension and a multifunctional stadium) for the Education Campus in due time and with optimum costs.
This is one of the many squares in the design of which we have been involved. We prepared both the preliminary and the working project. We engaged all of our fields and, in addition to the contracting entity, we had to cooperate with the planners and architects hired by the contracting entity – all this constituted one big project management task.
We prepared the storm water development strategy and action plan for Pärnu until 2026. The purpose of the action plan is to create a comprehensive storm water treatment system, and develop principles and solutions that fit into the environment based on that.