Liven

Our team

Eveli Pihel

Interior Architect (Uus-Meremaa homes)

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Anita Karma

Interior Architect (Luuslangi homes)

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Greete Mätas

Interior Designer (Magdaleena homes)

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Käthi Kivi

Interior Architect

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Lennart Lind

Interior Architect (Iseära homes)

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Helen Sarevet

Interior Architect

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Kadri Tamme

Office Manager / Marketing Assistant

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Andero Laur

Chief Executive Officer

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Märt Seeman

Construction Manager

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Pärle Raud

Sales Manager

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Andres Aavik

Investor Relations Manager / Partner

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Alina Kester

Creative Director

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Mihkel Simson

Construction Manager / Partner

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Mariann Vendt

Marketing Manager

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Madis Gilden

Line Manager of Development Projects

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Sander Treijar

Manager of Development Projects

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Mirko Põder

Interior Design Manager

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Ulrika Saar

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Mikk Andreson

Quality Manager

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Oliver Orula

Development Project Manager

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René Männiste

Manager of Development Projects

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Julija Makarenko

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Mihkel Sinisalu

Construction Manager

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Argo Kerner

Manager of Development Projects

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Kristin Kivimäe

IT Product Manager

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Jaanus Männik

Head of Development Projects

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Andreas Hinojosa

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Emil Ramon Alla

Junior Project Manager

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Martti Mettas

Construction Manager

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Gerda Mesila

Construction Manager

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Sandra Kabur

Interior Architect

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Eveli Pihel

Interior Architect (Uus-Meremaa homes)

Eveli will help you find and create a home at Uus-Meremaa.

Eveli has more than 10 years of experience in the field of interior design, both in Estonia and in neighbouring countries.

She started her career designing kitchen furniture, but today, in addition to furniture, her portfolio of works includes furnishing homes, offices, retail space, nightclubs and even clinics.

Although Eveli is a real fan of her field, in addition to her work, she also likes to spend time actively with her family. They ride bikes, ski or swim together. Eveli’s family also has a dog, who is a full member of the family and with whom playing is also an active pastime.

Eveli also really likes to travel. Her favourite destinations so far have been San Francisco and Tokyo. She has been particularly impressed by the Japanese concept of zen, which lies behind the ultimate order. Travelling has also inspired Eveli in interior design. The warm tones of Asian countries, natural materials and minimalist overall impression are the ones she prefers to use in interior design.

Anita Karma

Interior Architect (Luuslangi homes)

Anita will help you find and create a home at Luuslangi.

Anita has studied interior architecture in both Estonia and Portugal. She designed the first homes already during her university studies, i.e. she has more than ten years of experience. In addition, she has improved her education in the field of art education and worked as an art teacher.

It is a great joy and honour for Anita to be a guide in creating a home. The whole process is very individual and unique, as that is the most personal space, which must be designed with the wishes and needs of each family member in mind.

Art and design are what makes Anita tick. In her free time she paints and spends a lot of time in galleries and at cultural events. Also, being in nature and observing it rejuvenates her soul.

Greete Mätas

Interior Designer (Magdaleena homes)

Greete will help you find and create a home at Magdaleena 4.

Greete believes that everything happens for a reason. This is also true in the case of the past ten years, during which time she has encountered furnishing in a number of different ways through her work.

There have been a number of different challenges – as a member of the procurement team during the construction of a five star hotel, while engaged in project sales at a furniture company, as well as furnishing homes down to the last detail. Greete has decorated dozens of model apartments while working for development and construction companies, and also participated in creating the interior for a hotel being built outside of Estonia. Her hobby over the past few years has been the production and sale of custom-made designer carpets. Against the background of these larger and smaller endeavours, Greete has arrived at the understanding that the most important role is played by human relationships; professionally, as well as elsewhere. Greete approaches things with passion and must always have a project at hand. She likes to dream and plan ahead. She spends her free time with her family and friends. Amidst her fast paced life, Greete has rediscovered her love of sports. A while ago, her passion for sports was so strong that her friends suspected that she may be headed to the championships.

Käthi Kivi

Interior Architect

Käthi has been furnishing homes for over ten years. She got her first experiences while studying at the Estonian Academy of Arts, when she worked for an Italian furniture company. Over the years, the student of interior architecture has instead become a lecturer at the academy.

By now, Käthi has learned all the different aspects of creating a home, and the kitchen has remained an affair of the heart. The kitchen itself is also the heart of the home.

When creating a home, Käthi considers balance to be the most important, i.e. how to find the middle ground. How to give the best advice and offer cool ideas in such a way that they really take into account the person’s habits and taste preferences. The only person Käthi does not give in to when giving advice is herself. Her own house in the woods had been her dream for a long time. Today, the dream has become a pleasant everyday reality.

Käthi is inspired by nature, but she finds an equally exciting world on the other side of the border. Visiting developing countries shakes one emotionally and visits to European cities provide new ideas. Both are an important part of being human. Even essential.

Lennart Lind

Interior Architect (Iseära homes)

Lennart will help you find and create a home at Iseära.

It can be said that architecture has surrounded Lennart all his life. Thanks to his grandparents who are architects and aunt who is an interior architect, he got acquainted with the nature of the field quite young. Lennart knew at an early age that he would become an interior architect. After graduating from the Estonian Academy of Arts in 2017, he worked in the architecture bureau ARS Projekt, where he was involved in the design and engineering of both private and public projects.

Lennart believes that good interior architecture is quite universal and is related to the proportion of rooms, layouts and functional solutions. The interior design of the rooms, on the other hand, is much more subjective.
At Liven, he wants to create value that is a combination of the above, because without a good interior architecture solution, the design has only a decorative role in the room, and good architecture without a suitable style can only leave the home environment a bleak place.
Lennart considers continuous self-development to be crucial. Therefore, in 2018, in order to maintain his academic form, he started studying at the Tallinn School of Economics as a marketing specialist.

Walking is his form of meditation – long walks by the sea or on city streets are an important part of the daily routine. Lennart also enjoys badminton and tennis.

Helen Sarevet

Interior Architect

After graduating with a degree in interior architecture, Helen has finished studying. Experience in the field of interior design broadened her horizons, and project management taught her how to put good ideas into practice.

Working with finishing materials, colours and lock projects has given Helen a wide range of knowledge.

When it comes to a home, Helen considers it most important that it reflects the people who live in it. Uniqueness emerges through personalities, and the final solution must be such that the interior architects ask at the conclusion of the project, if they themselves would live there for a while.

Interior architecture projects are not just work. Even in her free time, Helen always finds a room to repair, a piece of furniture to paint, or a home to redecorate. She makes big plans, dreams even bigger and then implements everything in small steps.

Cooking adds spice to her life, travelling inspires and pleasant times spent with loved ones remind her what the point of all the above is.

Kadri Tamme

Office Manager / Marketing Assistant

Kadri has served as office manager from 2010 onwards. Companies where she has previously acquired experience, are engaged in restate development and construction. Thus, Kadri has, to a lesser or greater extent, been exposed to the completion process of different buildings – from apartment blocks to large manufacturing
buildings.

Although Kadri studied politics and government at Tallinn University, it is office management that intrigues her. Thus, she can be like Hunt Kriimsilm who had at least nine occupations. Kadri is the eyes and ears of the office and enjoys being the biggest support to the team. She is glad that through work, she has developed an interest in the world of interior design. Hence, the hobby doesn’t have to become work – it can be the other way around. When it comes to people, Kadri considers sincerity and a good sense of humour to be important.

Overall, she appreciates an active lifestyle and sports are like form of meditation to her. After a working day, she unwinds at the gym or in the fresh air on the running track. In that way, the mind is rested and the spirit stays strong. Aside from sports, enjoying good food and traveling are no less important. New flavours, new places – these inspire the most. The cherry on top is to engage in all these activities with loved ones.

As a result of the passion for traveling, Kadri sympathizes with the statement that travel is the only thing you buy that makes you richer.

Andero Laur

Chief Executive Officer

Andero has been involved in construction and project management since 2007. During this time he has developed over 100,000 m2 of buildings and designed more than 1000 apartments.

Andero is the kind of guy it is very difficult to truly butt heads with. Although discussions with him can sometimes get a little heated, he is rational and pragmatic by nature. His aim is to create long-term value that has an impact on people’s lifestyles and environment. He is bold enough to make big decisions and understands the long-term impact of activities.

Before establishing Liven, Andero worked for seven years in Skanska, where he started out as a site foreman before becoming a development manager and ultimately a member of the management board. During this period he was involved in many large construction projects – an apartment building with 12 apartments on Pirita Road; working on the Solaris Centre; designing four new apartment buildings; and much more. Later, when office-based, he was involved in developing the company’s activities, designing energy-efficient buildings and working on quality issues. He graduated from Tallinn Technical University as an industrial and civil construction engineer.

Andero believes that when preparing projects you have to be prepared for the worst but hope for the best.

Märt Seeman

Construction Manager

Märt’s experience with construction management dates back to 2006. The list of objects that he has managed is quite diverse – apartment buildings, schools, a factory, a hangar, and the addition to a children’s hospital. In his work, Märt is guided by the principle that thorough preparation and planning ensure a successful final outcome.

Märt is originally from Saaremaa. He is tenacious and hard-working, traits which are common for a native of the island. A refreshing soft drink, sauna, and different types of fish are all well suited for a pleasant moment of relaxation. In addition to domestic pleasures, Märt also loves to discover more distant locales – he is especially interested in exotic natural locales and indigenous peoples.

Märt is a graduate of the Tallinn University of Technology. He holds a Master’s degree in Industrial Construction and Civil Engineering. He has also been awarded a Level 7 Diploma in Civil Engineering.

Pärle Raud

Sales Manager

Pärle has been involved in real estate sales since 1997. During this time she has successfully sold hundreds of apartments.What Pärle enjoys most is being on the road – literally and figuratively. She is always up for a walk in nature, a motorbike ride exploring the big, wide world or studying something new. This keeps her senses keen and her mind fresh: as the saying goes, a rolling stone gathers no moss.

Pärle studied at the Tartu Teacher’s Seminar to become a music teacher, as well as theory of culture at the Estonian Humanitarian Institute and editing and reviewing of Estonian language at Tallinn University. She edits, reviews and publishes books as a hobby. Her extensive experience in real estate dates back to 1997, when she spent 11 years at Pindi Kinnisvara as a residential property broker and instructor to other brokers. For the next six years she dealt with sales of Skanska real estate projects. She still puts her heart and soul into this work, since she likes people as much as she does books.

Andres Aavik

Investor Relations Manager / Partner

Andres has been active in real estate development since 1997. Since then, he has developed a couple of thousand apartments, managed a number of detailed plans to their adoption and successfully completed 2 business cycles.

For Andres, family is all-important. Travelling helps him relax and appreciate the other things that are important in life. He believes that in order to survive in this rapidly developing world, you must learn and develop constantly. He works with the aim of improving both the people and the environment around him. With such an approach, what he does is not work as such…

Andres graduated from the Faculty of Construction Economics and Management at Tallinn Technical University in 1994. He then worked as the head of the Harmin Architectural Bureau and the real estate development company Maarjamäe Maja. Since 2001 he has held different positions in Skanska EMV – starting out as a project manager and working his way up to chairman of the board.

When planning projects Andres follows the principle that every apartment in a development project should be built so well that you would happily live there yourself.

Alina Kester

Creative Director

Alina is the creative director of Liven, that is, she does everything that engineers don’t

A person’s professional ability mostly consists of two things. What they learned in school and what they focus on in their free time. In Alina’s case these these two sides are almost controversial.

If, based on her educational background, she is a specialist with several master’s degrees, who feels equally at home in management, marketing and service design, she devotes her free time to an almost hippyish discovering of the world.

She is no stranger to Berlin’s nightlife and Sri Lanka’s surfing culture, ascetic hiking or Alliksaar’s poetry. She has mastered several disciplines, which is the foundation for being a creative director. Only if you have enough different Lego bricks, can you create something that has never been done before.

Alina has moved to more places in her life than all Liven’s people put together. It can be concluded that she is attracted by constant forward movement. As the only exception, she has been working at Liven since 2016. If you are reading this text, she does so to this day.

Mihkel Simson

Construction Manager / Partner

Mihkel has been soaking up experience in construction management in Estonia and Finland since 2006. His portfolio includes three apartment buildings, 70 apartments and even an airport. Mihkel is fascinated by the culture of  South-East Asia and the contrasts of its big cities. For him the region is a source of inspiration and good ideas. He appreciates contemporary architecture and values brave solutions in interior design. During his free time he is often found on the golf course or tennis court honing both body and mind.Mihkel studied at Tallinn Technical University in the Faculty of Construction Economics and Management. After his second year of his studies there he joined Skanska during his summer work placement, which turned into an exciting and challenging work relationship that lasted more than eight years. During this time he participated in several interesting projects, such as the redesign of Tallinn Airport, the building of a wind park in Vanaküla and work on a sports and recreation centre in Helsinki. In recent years he has specialised in residential development and overseen the construction of three apartment buildings.

Mihkel likes the saying “What is measured improves”– Peter F. Drucker

Mariann Vendt

Marketing Manager

Mariann creates and develops Liven’s marketing strategy. She is fascinated by the constant progress in marketing and the need to get out of the comfort zone. However, she considers it important that the expectations of every home seeker are met and exceeded.

Mariann has a master’s degree in financial management and marketing from the University of Tartu and she has previously worked in the marketing team of the Apotheka pharmacy chain. At Liven, she is fascinated by the company’s desire to create homes characterized by special attention and a sense of responsibility that will continue to influence the cityscape for many decades to come.

Mariann feels at home in a team where groundwork is valued and the decisions made are thoroughly thought out. She is inspired by the ambitious team and the company’s grand vision, which one can get closer to every day. Mariann enjoys good company, active leisure and various cultural activities. She unwinds on sports fields, in the woods or when orientating with friends. She likes to keep up to date with the latest – be it theatre productions, fashion trends or foreign news. Mariann believes that if you want to move fast, go at it alone, but if you want to go far, go with others.

Madis Gilden

Line Manager of Development Projects

Madis graduated from Tallinn University of Applied Sciences with a degree in construction and holds a level 6 qualification in civil engineering. He has been working in the construction industry since 2007.

During this time, he has been involved in supervising zoning plans and managing designs at one of the largest design companies in Estonia, as well as at one of the largest construction companies. At Liven, Madis wants to apply his knowledge and contribute to the initial stages of the process, where decisions have the greatest impact and the opportunities to create truly valuable environments abound.

Madis keeps in shape by playing tennis. One of his greatest passions is the sea – be it sailing, fishing or just staying by the sea. He also loves traveling to far away countries. One can only benefit from traversing the world, seeking new ideas that can be applied to make life better at home.

Sander Treijar

Manager of Development Projects

Sander can be characterized by openness and the willingness to work. In addition to project management, Sander also works as an architect. Over the past ten years, he has contributed to the completion of several different award-winning projects, but his passion is primarily the design of residential buildings.

It is the versatile wealth of experience that allows Sander to approach each challenge from a unique and innovative perspective.
Sander has obtained higher education abroad and holds 7th level certificates as a certified civil engineer and an authorized architect.

At Liven, Sander’s goal is to support the creation of homes at every stage – from inception to completion. The best result relies in well-thought-out details.

Mirko Põder

Interior Design Manager

Mirko has been involved in furnishing since 2006, when he began his studies in Tartu as a carpenter. His senior project was a complete kitchen furniture set. Concurrently with his studies, he started working for a company that was engaged in the production of school and office furniture. Mirko went through all the stages at this company – from the production of furniture and the adjustment of the machines to their assembly and installation. Later on, he coordinated the installation teams and successfully managed public procurement projects, furnishing several schools, kindergartens, offices and even theatres.

After several years abroad and studies in the field of financial management and entrepreneurship, Mirko took on new challenges in the ranks of Standard AS, where he searched for business partners and coordinated international hotel projects, which included brands such as Hilton, Marriott, Radisson, Yotel, Scandic etc. all over the world.

Mirko believes that constantly expanding one’s horizons helps to see new connections and make better decisions both at work and in private life. Therefore, his bedside table holds books ranging from self-development and management to investment and programming.

Ulrika Saar

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Mikk Andreson

Quality Manager

Mikk graduated from Tallinn University of Technology, where he earned a master’s degree in industrial and civil engineering, and he holds a level 7 qualification in civil engineering. Mikk started his journey in the field of construction management in 2012. He has participated in the construction of terraced houses and apartment buildings, as well as office, industrial and commercial buildings.

Mikk has determination and a great willingness to work. In addition to being employed as a quality manager, Mikk also works as an air traffic controller.

Mikk loves to move – bicycles, motorcycles, sailing, travelling and flying. His learning activities have also taken him abroad – civil engineering studies in Prague and aviation in Barcelona.

The motto “age quod agis” – “whatever you do, do it well” resonates with Mikk.

Oliver Orula

Development Project Manager

Oliver has been working in the field of construction and design since 2004. As a master’s degree recipient in industrial and civil engineering at Tallinn University of Technology, he started working as a construction designer and remained in this profession for ten years. Working as a designer, Oliver focused mainly on the design of wooden structures. Dozens of buildings have been constructed on the basis of his projects in Scandinavia, as well as in Germany, Italy and Spain.In addition to technical design work, Oliver has also held several leadership roles. He has directed various teams of engineers in businesses engaged in the design and production of wooden buildings, as well as in a real estate development company. For five years, he put himself to the test as CEO of a company engaged in the export of construction products, and he is not a stranger to sales work in the field of construction materials.

Family is of importance to Oliver with whom he spends most of his free time. On weekends, he enjoys spending time in nature and jogging in the woods in the evenings. Playing tennis with friends is also a source of pleasure for him.

He considers it important not to stay in the comfort zone, but to place himself in situations where he is forced to make an effort and learn something new.

René Männiste

Manager of Development Projects

René has been active in the field of construction since 2013. During that time, René has contributed to the construction of several apartment buildings, as well as production buildings and warehouses.
René believes that a person must be orderly and behave ethically.René doesn’t like to sit idly by and do nothing. After a hard day’s work, you can find him signing in the men’s choir, engaged in an interesting hobby or running in the woods. He often goes for a ride on his bicycle, checking out different buildings and areas. Rene selected real estate development in particular, to ensure that he is included in the creation of the environment and growth of the city. Details must be carefully thought out, so that rooms would be convenient to use and the building would be durable over time.

René is a graduate of the Tallinn University of Technology, in the field of Industrial Construction and Civil Engineering. During his studies at the University, he worked for a company that installed flat roofs, and after graduating school he worked as the main contractor on several sites. In particular it is the experiences that he obtained at the work sites that help him when it comes to designing for others and conceptualising buildings.

René is sympathetic to the saying: “Every man is the artisan of his own fortune”.

Julija Makarenko

Mihkel Sinisalu

Construction Manager

Mihkel has been working in construction since 2011. He has gained experience in construction management, as well as in the construction of both installations and buildings.Mihkel graduated from Tallinn University of Technology with a degree in bridge construction and later honed his skills in civil engineering. Before joining Liven’s team, Mihkel worked for 10 years in one of the largest construction companies in Estonia. During this time, various projects were completed under his watchful eye – several bridges/tunnels, a couple of apartment, industrial and office buildings.

Mihkel is determined and result-oriented, tying up loose ends so that the projects proceed smoothly and the results are enjoyable for all parties. There are no insurmountable problems for Mihkel, there is always a solution.

In addition to office work, Mihkel also likes to craft with his own hands. It is often during these activities that he gets his best ideas. He also draws energy from walking in nature and relaxing with his loved ones and friends.

Argo Kerner

Manager of Development Projects

Argo is as versatile as a tetrahedron. Completing industrial and civil engineering at the TallinnUniversity of Technology was not enough for Argo. He was dead-set to learn more about business management. Of course, the latter came in handy, and to date Argo has helped develop hundreds of apartments both in Tallinn and Pärnu. Besides all this, he himself remains modest and lives in only one of them.

Argo believes that the best things happen when the task is so impossible that there must be a solution somewhere. And there always is. In most cases, the answer lies in thorough preparation.

Versatile Argo likes sports, but even then there must be several areas. In recent years he has been focusing on triathlons, as tetrahedrons like it.

Kristin Kivimäe

IT Product Manager

At Liven, Kristin develops IT solutions that help create better homes

Kristin is a textbook example of how combining several very different fields takes you to exciting places in life. In this case to Liven.

After high school, Kristin studied interior architecture and obtained a master’s degree in furniture design. She designed homes and also worked in the Design Work team. After 7 crazy years of project management, she felt that her passion for natural sciences could actually be developed further.

In 2017, Kristin made a U-turn and enrolled at TalTech to study IT systems development. She then worked in machine learning and automation at Telecom solutions. After getting enough experience, Kristin took the next logical step.She combined her two majors and arrived at Liven. Here, her job is to manage and develop Liven’s Home Designer. It is a tool that helps home buyers make decisions regarding interior design as well as interior architecture.

When work gets tiring, Kristin goes for a jog in the fresh air or dancing in not so fresh air. The head will be clear in both cases..

Jaanus Männik

Head of Development Projects

Jaanus is a textbook example of determination. He started from one of the most prestigious architecture offices in Estonia, KOKO architects, where, among other things, he won the highest cultural heritage award of the European Union – Europa Nostra Grand Prix 2013. The award went to the reconstruction of the Seaplane Harbour, the project manage r of which was Jaanus. Over the course of 20 years, he has managed the design work of countless museums, hotels and public buildings. Of course, those who try hard will still be able to count them in the end.

A good example of Jaanus’s determination is hi s personal goal to complete all IRONMAN full – length triathlons in the world within 20 years and to celebrate his 60th anniversary in the birthplace of IRONMAN, Hawaii. B oth on the course track and during vacation.

 

Andreas Hinojosa

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Emil Ramon Alla

Junior Project Manager

Emil entered the field of construction at the age of 14. That was a while ago and he wasn’t working at Liven then. He just earned pocket money in the summer. However, he began to like the field, and a few years later he graduated from Tallinn University of Technology with a higher education in construction management.

Emil is not a big fan of stress, but he is used to it. Emil always manages. He is calculating and rational, as economists think every person should be.

When Emil is not working, he is resting. For him, vacation means marathon-scale bike rides, because then you can see what engineering solutions nature has come up with. Nature always inspires.

Martti Mettas

Construction Manager

Martti has been a construction manager since Estonia was not yet a member of the European Union. He has overseen the building of apartments, schools, kindergartens, production buildings, power plants, infrastructures and many other things since 2004.

Martti graduated from Tallinn University of Technology and has a construction engineer diploma in his pocket. Literally. If you see him, feel free to ask.

Martti enjoys technically complex tasks and different geometric shapes. For example, one shape that Martti really likes is the golf circle. He mostly goes through it with his friends. Some of them aren’t even engineers, but that’s not the point. Martti believes that all people are good. And everything is possible.

Gerda Mesila

Construction Manager

Gerda is on parental leave.

Gerda graduated from Tallinn University of Technology with a degree in construction management and economics. She has been working in construction and real estate development since 2014. While working for a development company, Gerda has contributed to the construction of over 400 apartments.

The comfort and quality of the apartments are very important to Gerda. Before construction begins, solutions and the general concept of the building must be thought out so that the apartment owner can move into a home. She is particularly pleased that she can contribute to the quality of the buildings.

Gerda likes to start her day with a morning workout.Her goal is to travel with her family to as many different countries as possible and to experience and discover something new on each trip.

Sandra Kabur

Interior Architect

Sandra is on parental leave.Sandra feels that she became fascinated with architecture from an early age. Growing up with a father who is an architect, not a day passed without the young girl being interested in her father’s activities. After graduating from high school, she continued her studies in interior architecture.

Sandra started her professional career in 2014, immediately after finishing her university studies, designing kitchen and custom-made furniture. This was followed by five years of work experience as an interior design consultant, the keyword of daily work being direct cooperation with interior architects.

Sandra believes that the best part of her job is the immediate emotions and gratitude of the client when something is completed that started with a simple idea. Designing a room, an apartment, a private residence or public building in such a way that all parties are satisfied with the result provides the greatest feeling of achievement for Sandra.

Sandra spends her free time with her family and friends. The role of family and friends is invaluable to her.

Liven is one of the most reputable real estate developers in Estonia:

I – II Liven & Merko

(Kantar Emor 2022 September market research)

Client satisfaction index

9,06

(on a 10-point scale)

Liven creates homes

Liven has operated as a residential real estate developer since 2014. Around 400 homes have been created during this time, and today nearly 1800 homes are currently in different stages of development.

We are different

We have carefully considered spatial programme, stylish interior and various choices for customer not only in design but in the apartment layouts as well.

Simplicity and focus

It is easy to deal with us because we are focused. Liven’s business is creating homes and making sure they are worthy of being called that. Everything else good in this world is the business of someone else.

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We ordered everything possible from Liven in advance. Curtains, wardrobes and all other things.

Edi and Rauno

Suur-Patarei 6 residents

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When people have visited us, they have always said that our apartment looks exactly like us.

Rauno and Anett

Alasi 5 residents

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My favorite place in this apartment is the living room – again those windows, the light, the spaciousness.

Jane

Katla Maja resident