Seaplane Harbour heating system gets Swedish Business Award

KOKO Architects was awarded the title of best contribution to environment for the heating system of the Seaplane Harbour as a unique, sustainable and great example of an innovative solution within a restricted budget. The Swedish Business Awards were established in 2006. They aim to provide positive examples for international establishments and business development by highlighting the success of
cooperation, emphasizing innovativeness, outstanding business achievements and the importance of contributions to society.

The Awards ceremony was opened by President Toomas Hendrik Ilves. Being born in Sweden, he focused on the close relations between the two countries. The Swedish Business Awards were given in four categories: best company of sustainable growth, best young entrepreneur and best social project in addition to the title won by KOKO. 76 companies competed for the awards. The Swedish Business Award jury members are Swedish ambassador in Estonia Jan Palmstierna, Swedbank Estonia head Priit Perens, Kristiina Sikk of Swedish Trade Chamber, Rein Leipalu of
Ragn-Sells and Mantas Zalatorius of Swedish Export Council.

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