We strive for perfection
Company of the Year, Exporter of the Year, multiple winner of the competition Prefab House of the Year, best in their city and county, and builder of the world's highest timber-frame building.
Development of Kodumaja
Over the years, Kodumaja has shown a stable positive development and has proven its consistent ability to develop and compete.
We are able to adapt well to critical market situations. The development of consolidated sales of Kodumaja and the number of employees is shown in the graph opposite.
In the competition “Prefab House of the Year 2022", organised by the Estonian Woodhouse Association, the Wingejordet apartment building project in Norway is chosen as the prefab house of the year.
In the competition “Prefab House of the Year 2021", organised by the Estonian Woodhouse Association, the hotel project Voss Hotel in Norway was chosen as the prefab house of the year.
In the competition “Prefab House of the Year 2020", organised by the Estonian Woodhouse Association, the Meiereikvartalet project in Bodø, Norway, is chosen as the best apartment building of the year.
In the competition “Prefab House of the Year 2018", organised by the Estonian Woodhouse Association and the Estonian Wooden House Cluster, the apartment complex built by Kodumaja in Norway (Tønsberg) is chosen as the Prefab House of the Year.
Kodumaja wins the title “Prefab House of the Year 2017” in the international timber-frame building competition (best public building - Tuvvägen, Sweden).
Enterprise Estonia (EAS), the Estonian Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Estonian Employers’ Confederation select Kodumaja as the Estonian Company of the Year and Estonian Exporter of the Year.
In cooperation with various suppliers in Norway, Kodumaja is building the world's highest timber-frame building, Treet (Bergen). The building has 14 storeys, 62 apartments, a gym, a rooftop terrace, etc. The height of the building is 52.8 m.
Kodumaja's first earthquake-resistant (up to 5 magnitude) 5-storey apartment building in the centre of Oslo (Norway) (Christian Krohgsgata) is completed. It wins the title of “Prefab House of the Year 2011” in the competition of the Estonian Woodhouse Association. The same project was also submitted to Norway's Best Housing Competition, where it was selected as Norway's Best Housing Project 2013.
Kodumaja hands over its first care home for people with disabilities to a customer (Copenhagen, Denmark).
Kodumaja reaches the Danish market with the first projects and starts production in a new plant. Kodumaja now has two plants.
Kodumaja builds the first 5-storey apartment building (Fagerenga Boligpark), which is the first 5-storey timber-frame building in Norway and one of the rare successful attempts to build a 5-storey timber-frame house in Europe.
Kodumaja expands its activities into the Norwegian market. In November 1999, a 4-storey timber-frame building is built. It is the first 4-storey timber-frame building in Norway and is noted as an innovative building project.
Kodumaja starts exporting its production outside Estonia. The first 3-storey apartment building is built in Norway (Bodø).