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Leading construction company in Estonia
AS Merko Ehitus Eesti is the market leader of the Estonian construction sector, focusing on prime contracting and project management. Depending on what customers need, our companies perform smaller construction work as well as tackling larger-scale, complex and innovative projects. Merko is also the leading residential developer in Estonia, managing all development phases of new housing – planning, designing, building, sales and warranty service. AS Merko Ehitus Eesti is part of AS Merko Ehitus, the leading construction company in the Baltics.
A modern residential quarter with private interior courtyard will be completed as a whole. On sale: the phase I apartments right on the city centre artery and the Phase II buildings on the interior streets
The apartments in the high-rise II with lovely views will be completed in spring 2017 and in the high-rise III by the end of 2017, apartments for sale.
New high-quality homes in the distinguished pine forest neighbourhood in the Nõmme district, address Kivimäe 32
Real estate development
Merko has built quality homes for thousands of families. Take a look at Merko´s new residential development projects.
Prime contracting in the construction sector and comprehensive solutions in constructing buildings for various functions ranging from shopping centres to production facilities and industrial buildings.
We perform all types of civil engineering works, including electrical construction and external networks.
We carry out road construction and builds the associated infrastructure, road maintenance and maintenance repair.
Merko commences construction work on Vaivara Village’s public water supply and sewerage infrastructure
Merko has been contracted by AS KA VAIKO to build the public water supply and sewerage infrastructure in Vaivara Village. A total of 6 km …
Merko Ehitus posted EUR 252 million in revenue in 2016, proposing to pay EUR 0.41 in dividends per share
Merko Ehitus posted revenue of EUR 252 million in 2016, remaining on par with the last year; the net profit amounted to EUR 6.1 million. …
Estonian Academy of Arts, E.L.L. Kinnisvara and Merko Ehitus combine forces to advance urban planning in Estonia, and launch an extensive research project
The Faculty of Architecture of the Estonian Academy of Arts is launching the large-scale urban studies project UNFINISHED CITY in collaboration with the City of …
Commercial building at Pärnu road 22
Merko will build a 6-storey commercial building with one underground floor, which includes office, retail and commercial space. In the construction process, the existing limestone façade will be maintained. In addition, a public parking building with 218 parking spaces will be built.
Maakri Kvartal business complex
The complex comprises seven buildings: there will be constructed a 30-storey, 10-storey and 4-storey buildings and reconstructed four 3-4-storey architectural monuments dating back to the beginning of the 20th century.
Design and construction of the airport tram line infrastructure
1.3 km of railway, 1 traction substation, tunnel underneath railways and Suur-Sõjamäe street.
T1 Shopping Centre
T1 is a new-generation shopping and entertainment centre and the newest and biggest regional shopping centre project in Tallinn.
Renovation of switchgear of Paljassaare 110kV substation
Construction of the substation took place in restricted spaces, near a working substation, and the entire substation was built on wedge-shape piles due to the complex geological soil conditions.
Hilton Tallinn Park Hotel
An outstanding 13-storey hotel and entertainment complex in the centre of Tallinn, which is operated by Hilton Worldwide. The new hotel accommodates 202 guest rooms.
Water treatment plant of City of Narva
The city of Narva’s water treatment plant ensures quality drinking water to close to 60,000 Narva residents. Merko performed the general construction in renovating the Mustajõe water intake and building the new treatment plant. Denmark’s Krüger AS took care of the technology.