Work on the interior of the so-called superministry towers between Tallinn’s Suur-Ameerika and Väike-Ameerika streets continues, and the first state institutions are getting ready to move into their new premises towards the end of the summer.
The 14-storey building, in the future to house the Ministry of Finance, the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications, the Ministry of Social Affairs, and the Ministry of Justice, is entering the final construction phase, where its interior is being finished, the communications director of state real estate company Riigi Kinnisvara (RKAS), Madis Idanurm, told ERR on Friday.
The building would be ready no later than Aug 1., Idanurm confirmed. Furniture would be moved in beginning early July. In which order the ministries will eventually move in was up to them, Idanurm said.
Beyond their own offices, the four ministries will all use the conference rooms and other common areas of the 16,000 square meter building. There will be a conference room, a computer room, and meeting rooms as well as a press center.
Work on the building designed by Karisma Architects began in 2016.
Editor: Dario Cavegn