An administrative building of the Dignitary Protection Service (T. Ševčenkos g. 13, Vilnius) was designed. The purpose of the reconstruction was to reconstruct the existing building of the Institute of Geology and adapt it to the activities of the Dignitary Protection Service. The designed administrative building with special purpose premises is located in the new part of Vilnius city. The building has 5 floors and a superstructure. The building consists of two blocks. The part of the building along the street harmoniously blends with the buildings the architecture of which is typical for the new part of the city. For the façade decoration clinker was used. The higher block in the yard is bigger. The biggest challenge was to accommodate in the reconstructed building all the spaces that meet the expectations of the building user that had very specific needs.
The former main cultural building of the military city was reconstructed. In stages 1 and 2 it was planned to change purpose of the building to sports building and in stage 3 it was planned to build a new annex, i.e., an entertainment swimming pool that is connected by a gallery with the existing buildings. Due to its specifics, the reconstructed building will become a centre of attraction for the community of Tauragė city, as premises adapted for physical and leisure activities were installed.
The reconstruction project of Tauragė Martynas Mažvydas Progymnasium aims to improve the energy efficiency indicators of the building, adapt the building to the needs of people with disabilities, and create and modernize learning spaces by implementing the ideas presented in the project proposals for renovation (modernization) of schools’ educational spaces. It was planned to implement arrangement solutions for the land plot and renovate the sports field.
The project included the construction of new water treatment facilities. The following elements were designed: technological building, water treatment facilities (filters), reservoir for slops, technological pipelines, and a new automated system for water treatment facility management. The capacity of the new water treatment facilities is 2,000 m3 per day/200 m3 per hour. After the completion of construction works in 2015, the facilities, which serve about 7,440 residents of Kupiškis, are operating efficiently.
The project is recognized as a project of special state importance and aims to determine the optimal development areas of the Rail Baltica railway infrastructure maintenance depots project and to determine the areas necessary for the development of communication networks engineering infrastructure and create conditions for the sustainable development of this infrastructure.
A wholesale building with administrative premises has been designed. This project was implemented on the basis of the built to suite concept, i.e., the building was designed and built according to the needs of a specific tenant, i.e., UAB Armila.
When performing major repairs of the regional road of national significance No. 3313, it was planned to pave the 6 m wide road with asphalt. The roadsides are 1 m wide and are made of chippings. The total length of the repaired road is 7.40 km. Entrances to other roads and crossroads were made from asphalt.
This project is intended for the arrangement of the central square that is located between the streets of Runga and Draugystė in Elektrėnai. The project envisaged the installation of a representative square for events (preserving the central spruce of the city), the putting of a new pavement, the installation of a “dancing” fountain, benches, and parking lot with an electric car charging station. The project solutions also envisaged the installation of a green energy station in a public space and other modern elements intended for public spaces. On the occasion of the centenary of the restoration of the independence of Lithuania, 100 decorative concrete tiles with dates important for Lithuania and the city of Elektrėnai were designed and installed on the pavement of the square.
A reconstruction project of the Dominican square and Raseika park in Raseiniai was prepared. It was planned to create recreational infrastructure: accesses to parks and connections were arranged, functional zones were formed, quays were installed, new pedestrian paths and gazebos were installed and old ones were renewed, individual elements of small architecture were placed, lighting was installed, greenery was arranged, and flower gardens and plant expositions were installed.