The Mirum group introduces the latest construction technologies, often acting as an innovator on the Russian market. Over ten years ago our experts pioneered the use of stay-in-place formwork blocks for cast-in-place concrete walls. Today many Russian construction companies are benefiting from this technology, with stay-in-place formwork blocks now produced by three Russian plants.
We also keep up with the latest engineering achievements, such as the geothermal utility system in use in the Trouville community, which was only recently introduced to the Russian market. Indeed, the systems of climate control and ventilation as well as water treatment and desalination in Mirum Elounda Villas are a break-through technology and have no comparable counterparts on all of Crete.
We encourage and promote the use of natural energy sources, which enables us to construct eco-friendly and cost-efficient housing. Mirum is the exclusive representative of Davinci, the German house-building company, world leader in wooden architectural technologies.
This exceptionally sturdy and durable material is perfect for Russia’s changeable climate. 3D or fiber-reinforced concrete opens up endless resources for designers. It can be used to create products of any shape, size or color - from gigantic, several story-high structures to elegant, decorative pieces of sculpture.
3D concrete balcony
Such material offers huge possibilities for creativity, especially in light of its amazing capacity to take on a variety of textures, ranging from those of glossy porcelain and natural stone (i.e., sandstone, travertine and granite), to those of highly artistic mosaics and rough, heavy-weight concrete or wooden beams.
This wonderful new technology might be as well classified as a form of art. Garage doors, fences, metal doors, window shutters, furniture and household appliances are transformed from structurally necessary “evils” into original interior decorations or unconventional features of the landscape.
TDI experts selected by Mirum have developed catalogues for Russian construction companies engaged in the most advanced areas of the market, such as “Indoor engineering systems and outdoor utility networks”, “Heat loss and energy efficiency of building structures”, and “Newest engineering systems for low-rise housing developments”. These catalogues analyse the best practices in low-rise housing development both within and outside Russia, imparting competitive advantage and improving construction standards.