Estonia's Tallinn Airport City to Construct €8m Cargo Terminal with Maru Construction
Business park Tallinn Airport City and Maru Construction have signed a contract for the design and construction of a new cargo terminal on the southern side of the Estonian airport.
The new €8m terminal will measure 5,250 sq ms, with 1,450 sq m of office space and 3,800 sq m of warehousing. It will also feature loading bays for 57 vehicles and 123 parking spaces.
Work is scheduled to commence this spring and should be completed by summer 2025.
Tallinna Airport founded Airport City at the beginning of 2023 to develop and manage commercial real estate in the immediate vicinity of the airport.
Chairman of the management board of Airport City Teet Raudsep said: “This is a notable milestone in the broader plans for Airport City, as the cargo terminal is the first project we’ll be working on as part of the diverse, long-term development of the business park.
“What will make Airport City so special is its unique location so close to the runway at Tallinn Airport.”
Margo Dengo, chairman of the management board of Maru Construction, added: “Our mission is to build the sort of tomorrow we ourselves want to live in. For us, that’s based in innovation and sustainability.”
The developers hope the new facility will achieve a LEED Silver certificate for environmental performance.