Why Sortland, a town in an archipelago in northern Norway became known for being distinctively blue? We were part of it -one of the towns landmark buildings was built together with us – ZTC.
Zemgale Technological Centre has invested significantly this year into improving production of its prefab houses.
From November Zemgale Technological Centre has changed the production process to using an industrial insulation system, so that panels are packed with cellulose or wood fibre wool with the highest quality.
From Thursday 28th September to Friday 29th September 2017 ZTC is exhibiting at Clarion Hotel & Congress Trondheim, Brattørkaia 1, Trondheim, Norway.
After more than two years of active work on modular retrofitting process development MORE-CONNECT partners, including SIA “Zemgales tehnoloģiskais centrs” (ZTC), have prepared learning modules for engineers, craftsmen, architects etc.
On Friday 4 August 2017 construction works of an additional prefab house factory facility. Assembling works of the factory extension are done by SIA „Steel Constructor MM”.
On Wednesday 21st June 2017 construction of an additional prefab house factory facility was begun with a symbolic laying of a time capsule in the foundation by ZTC – a producer of prefab timber frame houses.
Since May 2017 ZTC production plant has been producing three storey apartment houses for a site in Åre, Sweden. The first of these apartment houses will be assembled in early July and three of seven houses will be completed in the current construction season.
ZTC has completed works on a kindergarten which is located in Skabersjö near Malmo, Sweden. The project was a 1,5 storey 196 m2 wooden panel building.
ZTC built a holiday house in Norway from December 2016 to March 2017. The 105 swuare meter house is loceted in the mountain retreat of Svingvoll near Lillehammer in the depths of the gorgeous mountainous, spruce forest lined part of Norway.