Construction of E-Piim dairy plant designed by Novarc starting
The E-Piim dairy complex located in Paide, Estonia has entered the construction phase. It was designed by Novarc Group AS. The architects are Lauri Laisaar and Jaanika Oks, project manager Kätlin Simberg.
E-Piim Tootmine and Nordecon signed a contract for construction of E-Piim dairy plant. The complex includes a two-storey administrative and single-storey production building as well as a seven-storey powder production facility. The total closed gross surface area is 32 446.9 m².
The roof of T1 Mall of Tallinn designed by Novarc’s architects aims at world’s best flat roof award
The roof of T1 Mall of Tallinn has been nominated for the award on international roof and facade construction competition IFD Award 2019. The roof was designed by architects from Novarc and structural engineers from Civen and E-Betoonelement. The contractor was Maleko.
For more see Ehitusuudised
Tõrva city center among winners of Beautiful Home 2019 competition
Tõrva city center was designed by architects from Arhitekt Must. General designer was Novarc, project manager Reino Rass. The contractor was Merko.
Construction of Tallinn City Theatre production complex designed by Novarc has started
The construction of the production complex located at Suur-Sõjamäe St 44 in Tallinn Estonia has started. The design was prepared by Novarc, the architect was Katrin Kõlu and project manager Indrek Kõlu. The client is Tallinn City Theatre and Tallinn City Property Department.
The first floor houses workshops, decoration storage and garage. On the second floor, placed on the area above the garage, service premises for employees are located. The third floor houses a meeting room, offices, storages and technical rooms.
The contractor for the production complex is Eston Ehitus AS, a member of the Nordecon Group.
Extension of Ülemiste shopping center opened
On 13 June Ülemiste shopping center was opened. With the current extension the shopping and recreation center has become the biggest in Baltics. The extension added 13 000 m² to the center making it a total of 125 000 m². It was designed by architects form AMB International (Norway) and Novarc Group (Estonia).
Novarc supported the international steel bridge competition BRICO
On May 13 to 17 the international steel bridge competition BRICO took place. It was the second time that Novarc supported the competition.
The goal of the competition is to offer an opportunity for the young engineering students to apply the theory they have studied in practice by designing and building a 5-meter span steel bridge. During the finals the speed of assembly, weight and deflection under 1000 kg load were measured. In addition to technical aspects the architectural and aesthetics of the bridges were assessed. Novarc was represented in the jury by the Chairman of the Board Kaitis Väär.
This year eight teams from three countries took part. The double win went to Poland, the Bialystok University of Technology. Taltech Teams Lovers won the third place.
For more see BRICO
The construction of the Pärnu common building for internal security designed by Novarc is starting
The general designer for the common building of institutions of the Ministry of the Interior is Novarc Group. The building complex houses the working and service spaces of Police and Border Guard Board, Rescue Board, Emergency Response Center, IT and Development Center and Victim Support Center.
The contractor is Ehitustrust and the completion is planned in 2021.
For more see Ehitusuudised
Erik Nobel and Novarc awarded second prize in ERR new TV building competition
25 designs were submitted to the competition for the new Television Building of Estonian Public Broadcasting.
The design HÄÄ LINK by architect Erik Nobel (representing Novarc) was awarded second place.
The winner is „Roheline lina“ by Kadarik Tüür Arhitektid.
Contest Pre-Fab House of the Year 2019: Viimsi State Gymnasium is the best public building
Novarc in BIM academy 2019
On 21 March a training day within the BIM academy arranged by the provider of business software solutions Usesoft took place. This year’s enhanced programme focused on essential BIM topics from creation of the model to further implementation throughout the building’s life cycle. From February till April there will be seven training days.
Mihkel Kaesveld from Novarc spoke in the building structures module. Through practical examplaes the clients and project managers that participated in the training got the idea of modelling the building structures and smart procurement. The training was based on BIM requirements as per EVS 932, RKAS 2018, COBIM 2012 and Novarc’s current practice.
• Design stages of building structures in model
• Requirements for the model of building structures
• Starting with design in model
• Collaboration between submodels
• Geometric model
• Analytic model
• Design documentation
• Presentation of model.
Based on discussions and feedback the clients are very interested in quality BIM projects. By involving professionals and implementing recognised terms of reference they are ready to contribute to more detailed information models – the goal being saving of resources within construction process and further operation period. By analysing the costs of potential errors and the marginal price of their resolving in model, the common understanding has been reached to build digitally first.
BIM academy 2019 programme and trainers