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We have produced over 2,500 wooden buildings in 25 countries.

Timbeco Woodhouse is a modern factory based on Estonian capital. We specialize in producing tailor-made energy-efficient wood frame elements, elemental houses and modules. We export 95% of our production to the markets of Finland, Sweden, Norway, Switzerland and Japan. Our clients are Nordic leading construction companies to whom we produce energy efficient apartment buildings, school buildings, kindergartens, facade solutions, roof elements, modular buildings, etc. In the Estonian market we serve both private clients and residential development companies.

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Timbeco sales engineers have technical background

Timbeco’s sales consultants are all senior engineers and have worked for years in the field of wooden buildings. The sales team’s task is to understand the customer’s wishes and provide the best solutions for erecting wooden elements or modular buildings.

We stand for the common vision, which is to be the best manufacturer of wooden elements and modules in Europe.

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The design team is not afraid of major challenges

Timbeco Woodhouse has an in-house design unit, with the benefit of close cooperation between the sales and production unit. Timbeco engineers always provide a high-quality, cost-effective solution.

The advantages of its design unit compared to the purchased service are, above all, efficiency, speed and teamwork – thanks to the direct feedback from the departments, we have come up with the best and most trusted solutions.

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Project and object managers govern the building process

The Timbeco team has 10 engineering and long-term experience in project and object management. The task of the project team is to manage the construction of the object and to ensure the conformity of the work quality with the building standards, project documentation and the company’s quality system.

Project managers interact daily with the client’s representative, the logistics company and the main contractor for construction, so that the installation of wooden elements and modules takes place as planned.

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We`re thrilled to announce that we`ve successfully achieved updated ISO and ETA certificates! This accomplishment wouldn`t have been possible without the dedication of our in-house team and the valuable support of our certification partners, Bureau Veritas Estonia and NCS Estonia OÜ. #iso #isocertification #iso9001 #offsiteconstruction #timbeco



This week, #DrasticProject partners are gathered in Tallinn, Estonia, for a national project workshop led by Timbeco as part of the project`s General Assembly.

The workshop aims to inform and engage stakeholders in Estonia of Drastic`s aims to reduce whole life carbon (WLC) and increase circularity across the European built environment via its five Demonstrator projects.

Workshop speakers include:

➡ Michiel Ritzen, Senior Expert Circularity / Project Manager Sustainable Built Environment, VITO

➡ Miles Rowland, Policy Coordinator, World Green Building Council

➡ Ivo Jaanisoo, Deputy Secretary General for Living Environment and Circularity, Kliimaministeerium / Ministry of Climate of Estonia

Each of the five Drastic Demonstrators will also give individual progress updates.

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Learn more about the #DrasticProject:

#CircularEconomy #BuildingTheTransition
European Commission, Sorigué, Adec Global SL, Alliance HQE – GBC, CELSA GROUP, Saint-Gobain, TECNALIA Research & Innovation, ICADE, LEZAMA DEMOLICIONES, Madaster, Omtre, Produktif, TalTech – Tallinn University of Technology, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Maastricht University



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The production of Timbeco X modular buildings will start at the end of the summer, and the buildings can be delivered already in October.
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The Timbeco plant is located in Estonia, near Tallinn, in the Saku municipality of Tõdval and is located on a 3.5 hectare area, with a total production area of over 7,800 m². Timbeco Woodhouse builds high-quality element structures, element houses and modules based on modern fully automatic CNC machines, experienced specialist training personnel and international building standards and ISO 9001: 2015 quality standards.

Production Capacity

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Production Capacity

Wooden elements
15,000 m²
a month
Module size max
W4,5 x H4,2 x
L12,5 m
Production space
7800 m²

The advantages of a prefab house

The most important thing is that all building materials and constructions are produced in a dry, controlled environment, in conditions. All elements and modules are transported to the building site with weatherproof film or heat shrink coating. The building also assumes responsibility for security of supply: all building constructions and materials of the house are completed and delivered to the building site in a timely manner. This will reduce downtime on the site and keep costs under control. The time it takes to erect an element or modular building is shorter than the traditional methods of building an object.

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