BREST, 21 February (BelTA) – The Belarusian civil engineering company Brestzhilstroy intends to start building an energy-effective house in Lithuania this year, BelTA learned from the company's Director General Aleksandr Romanyuk.
The executive said: “Representatives from Vilnius came to us yesterday. We discussed the draft dealership agreement for quite some time and came to terms. Our side signed it. The Vilnius side also accepted our proposal. I think it is the beginning of a long journey and a good present on the company's anniversary. This agreement opens up good prospects before us. We intend to draw the design and start building at least one house this year.”
Brestzhilstroy specialists built a house in Kolesnika Street, Brest using a design unparalleled in Belarus. The house boasts better than average comfort standards. The four-story house is equipped with a lift and an apartment-specific air conditioning and heat recuperation system. The new house's energy effectiveness standard is classified as A+. The thermal conductivity ratio of the exterior wall stands at 4.6 while 3.2 is the standard in Belarus.
Aleksandr Romanyuk went on saying: “People have started actively buying our product because it implements all the cutting-edge technologies in housing construction. After testing the design in Belarus we are looking for customers abroad. In the Baltic Sea region first but we can see farther prospects as well. For instance, we've already presented our products in Sweden.” He remarked that in addition to increasing the volume of construction and installation work the company pays close attention to the quality of the product.
The company secured a record high volume of export of civil engineering services in 2018 – $5.2 million. Brestzhilstroy is on track to repeat the feat in 2020. The company is working hard to explore opportunities on the Russian market. Two houses have already been built in the town of Gusev, Kaliningrad Oblast. A third one is supposed to be built this year. On the whole, Brestzhilstroy does Br11 million worth of construction and installation work every month. The company's main enterprise – a large-panel house building plant – operates at full capacity in three shifts and on Saturdays.
Brestzhilstroy celebrated its 50th anniversary today. The enterprise was established on 17 December 1969 on the basis of precast yard No.9 of the Stroimontazhindustriya factory and construction department No.116 of the civil engineering enterprise Stroitrest No.8. At present the company is one of Belarus' best civil engineering enterprises. It specializes in housing construction using precast large panels.