ESPLAN helps to do our part stabilize the economy in crisis

2020.03.15 / Kadi Metsmaa, CEO

Architecture and engineering can be done also during the crisis. We have developed processes that can work without the interruption also during isolation. ESPLAN continues our work and completes its projects. All the restrictions and guidelines given by the government are strictly followed, we are able to work remotely and also in our office where the ventilation is same as in ICU.

We are able to complete a project from the beginning til the end, all the engineers are working in the company, so we are able to control the deadlines and take responsibility. Being strong we will be there also after the crisis, supporting you during the construction phase and after that.

We all need to look to the future and all the future investments that would support world economy start with architecture and engineering. By keeping on the planning work and consultancy, you are able to start construction tenders as soon as the market stabilises.

Choosing your consultant is utmost important to guarantee deadlines and quality. Together we are able to pass the insecure and unstable situation faster.

All our meetings have moved to virtual environments, none of them is cancelled and we are able to engage all the parties, wherever they are. Our efforts are directed to help to stop the spread of COVID-19 and to design environments that are secure for the future end users.

Light Stream Ülemiste terminal – WINNER

2020.02.03

It is an honour to be the winner of the Rail Baltic Architecture Competition for Ülemiste Terminal!

Esplan is extremely pleased to work with such renowned architectural firm as Zaha Hadid Architects.

Zaha Hadid Architects have created major transportation hubs around the world. From small stations in the mountain ranges to the international airports.

Ülemiste area is in the rapid development. The cross-border infrastructure project Rail Baltic will bring about a major change. Ülemiste City area is becoming one of the most attractive and synergic parts in whole Tallinn in terms of infrastructure.

Soon to be built Rail Baltic and Tallinn Airport will be closely linked. The pedestrian urban park will be connecting the two comfortable.

Zaha Hadid Architectural Terminal Concept

The goal of Light Stream is to create a dynamic and vibrant transport hub. Interesting physical architectural connection between pedestrians and public transport create a strong design identity. The aim of the project is to design the terminal as a new emblem for the city of Tallinn. It is especially important as the Ülemiste station will be the first station at the beginning of Rail Baltic.

Ülemiste transport hub will start connecting trains, busses and trams, serving regional, national and international travellers. We believe that the terminal will become a lively heart of the city, connecting the Airport, downtown, Ülemiste City, surrounding shopping centres and public space.

There will be a lot of natural daylight during the day and exciting light solutions in the evening, which will become an important point of reference for travellers. The proposed multi-layered architectural language helps to make the flow of people smooth.

Traveling through Ülemiste terminal will be a special experience for every passenger.

See the project here

Workplace happiness: the art of creating happy workplaces

2018.09.14

25.10.2018
Öpiku Conference Center

Conference speakers will convey knowledge to real estate developers regarding office building plans and to company’s managers on how to make the most of their existing offices. Participants will learn how to increase employee satisfaction and efficiency by 30% by improving their working environment and how to attract talents from competitors purely thanks to their working environment.

We invite administrative managers of companies, business real estate owners, office building developers, sales managers of real estate offices, general managers of managers who plan to purchase/rent new offices, construction industry representatives, etc. to participate.

The participants will:
– Learn about the importance of workplace happiness;
– Get an overview of interesting office solutions;
– Exchange different experiences;
– Hear examples of planning office spaces in Estonia;
– Get information on trends in co-working in the world;
– Learn how indoor climate affects productivity;
– Get an analysis of the newest WELL certificate on office spaces;
– Get tips on how to establish a ‘happy’ workplace;
– Get the opportunity to ask questions from specialists/practitioners of the field and meet many professionals.

More information here.