Most important sites and facilities

1989-1994 – construction of the Ruu-Aaspere second implementation region, i.e. the Kivisilla-Kuusalu section (30-36.5 km) along with the Kiiu intersection.

1999-2004 – various road sections on the Tallinn-Tartu-Võru-Luhamaa highway.

2002 – various road sections on the Tallinn-Pärnu-Ikla highway.

2006 – Tallinn-Saku-Laagri highway

2007 – reconstruction of city streets: Nõmme tee

2007 – construction of the Jõesuu bridge

2007 – road reconstruction and repairs: Ahula-Ambla

2010 – Audru bridge

2010 – Harku-Hüüru section on the Tallinn-Paldiski highway

2010 – Mustla settlement

2010 – Kukruse-Jõhvi

2013-2014 – finalisation of the construction of road sections 5 and 7 on the Valgejõe-Rõmeda road

2013-2014 – design and construction of the 2nd construction area of the Tartu eastern bypass

2013-2014 – Tallinn-Pärnu highway, Top intersection

2014 – railway construction work in Muuga Harbour

2014 – construction of water supply and sewage pipelines in Suurupi and Vääna-Jõesuu

2014 – reconstruction of pipelines in Viljandi Old Town

Asphalt mixing plants all over Estonia

In June 2013, the most modern asphalt plant in the Baltic States was opened in Harku. Ca-Long Engineering Machinery, a Chinese-Canadian joint enterprise, supplied the CL-3000 asphalt plant in a total of 31 shipping containers that were brought to Estonia by ship from Tianjin Port in China. The former asphalt plant from Ukraine was decommissioned.

The investment volume exceeded one million euros and the completed plant also offers all the high-quality asphalt mixtures used in Estonia to other Estonian road construction companies.

The following plants were previously acquired:

  • In 1998, the asphalt concrete plant Ermont TSM 25 was purchased from France.
  • In 2005, a machinery complex for producing asphaltic bitumen emulsions that cost 15 million kroons was opened in Tsirguliina, Valga County.
  • In July 2008, AS Teede REV-2 opened the mobile asphalt concrete plant MIX-30 in Aaviku village, Rae municipality.
  • In 2013, the new asphalt plant CL-3000 was purchased. The plant is situated in Harku.

Entering the road maintenance market

An important change in the activities of AS Teede REV-2 took place in 2000 when the state began to reorganise the highway maintenance system. The first company to be privatised was the Põlva Road Administration, including its maintenance work and production. AS Teede REV-2 won the contest. Following the purchase, the company established the subsidiary AS Põlva Teed, and for the first time in the history of the company, road maintenance issues were tackled.

The company purchased the maintenance work and production of Rapla County in a contest and established OÜ Rapla Teed.

In 2002, the company purchased the assets of the Valga Road Administration and established OÜ Valga Teed.

Achieving a comprehensive range of services

In April 2005, the company increased its shareholding in AS Titania, a company laying asphalt cover, from 10 percent to 90 percent. AS Titania introduced another essential field for the group – landscaping. The group was now able to offer comprehensive services from the preparation of construction to landscaping.

As of 1 July 2007, the parent company of the group is TREV-2 Grupp AS.

Technological development as the key to success

The company began to actively pursue possibilities for purchasing an asphalt-milling machine in 1994. Despite the substantial business risk and restraint shown by banks, the company was able to purchase a Wirtgen milling machine (2100 DCR) with a width of 2.1 in 1995. The company was able to win the asphalt cover repair procurements that began in the middle of the 1990s at the initiative of the Estonian Road Administration thanks to the new milling machine and the newly implemented stabilisation technologies. Within three years, AS Teede REV-2 was the only Estonian road construction company to have employed modern technologies.

Controlling road construction vehicles via laser beam that has become habitual and regular by present day was implemented by the company in 1997.

When reconstructing the Tallinn-Tartu highway 175.5-179 km section in the summer of 2004, the company was the first in Estonia to utilise the stabilisation of the asphalt concrete cover with a steel mesh.

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