The Estonian Association of Civil Engineers is a volunteer association for building civil engineering, created on February 9, 1991. The objectives of the EEL are to advance the construction sector, to integrate civil engineers, to protect the common interests of the members, and to increase professional skills. The EEL currently has 527 members, with members from EKVÜ, EVKIS and EGÜ, with a membership of more than a thousand.
In order to achieve its goals, EEL organizes in-service training, interacts with relevant authorities, participates in the development of standard documents and guidance materials, and disseminates information to its members. This spring will be organized by the EEL ECCE General Assembly and the International Conference Civil Engineering and Cultural Heritage (30.05.26.2018).
All students in the field of construction have the opportunity to become a young member of the EEL.
Youth members are exempt from membership!
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The BuildIT live!
The fifth BuildIT conference and competition will be held on the 18th - 19th of April. This will feature Modular Buildings And Automated Construction as the main topic. We will be gathering experts from both Estonia and abroad to share their knowledge with us. The conference will end with a debate where the experts will discuss topic related questions more thoroughly.
The fifth BuildIT conference will be held on the 18th of April. This will feature Modular Buildings And Automated Construction as the main topic. We will be gathering experts from both Estonia and abroad to share their knowledge with us. The conference will end with a debate where the experts will discuss topic related questions more thoroughly.
A competition day will be held on the 20th of April for people to test their knowledge and participate in various workshops and competitions.
The competition day is open for everyone! Each competition requires different skills and a whole new mindset. There are no age restrictions.
Prizes will be awarded to outstanding participants.
Registration for participation in the competitions is...
The fair offers a great place to relax and catch a breath between all the competitions. Visitors can explore different construction related businesses and organisations, ask them questions and exchange contact information. It’s a good chance to meet both studying and already working architects or construction engineers and ask them about their job.
Everyone is welcome to come and explore...