The 4th PuRE-net Working Table on
“Information management and core processes”

„Maintenance Management Process“
16th - 17th May 2013, Tallinn, Estonia

The 4th PuRE-net Working Table on „Information Management and Core Processes“ takes place in Tallinn, Estonia from May 16th till May 17th 2013. The subject of the meeting in Tallinn will be “Maintenance Management Process”.

Programme frame:

Thursday May 16th, 2013

11:30–12:00Registration & light refreshments
12:00–12:10Opening & information about PuRE-net
Estonia, Denmark
12:10–13:10PresentationSummary & analyses of the questionnaire on Maintenance Management Processes, discussion
Presentation 1 | Presentation 2 | Presentation 3
Czech Republic, all

Maintenance management in ARCHIBUS FM and distant monitoring systems
Presentation 1 | Presentation 2

14:00–14:45Maintenance management in the Dutch Government Buildings Agency
The Netherlands
14:45–15:00Coffee Break

Oracle eBusiness Suite and Business Intelligence

The Netherlands

Site visit to the Seaplane Harbour


Common dinner in Tallinn’s Old Town & city tour


Friday May 17th, 2013


Maintenance & Operation
Presentation 1 | Presentation 2


Maintenance management in Information System of State Property and update on Central Register of Administrative Buildings
Presentation 1 | Presentation 2

Czech Republic

Supporting IT systems in maintenance management 

11:15–11:30Coffee Break
11:30–12:00Group work, summary, conclusions, recommendations to PuRE-net members
Czech Republic, all

„The story of Estonian information society“, presentation by Estonian ICT Demo Center, Anna Piperal

Estonian ICT Demo Center, Anna Piperal
13:00–14:00Closing, LunchEstonia



You can find the form for registration here. If you have any questions, please contact
Margit Dengo,, +37256905132

Currently registered countries:

Lithuania (2)
Czech Republic (2)
Denmark (2)
Netherlands (2)
Latvia (3)
Estonia (5)

Place of the venue

The Working Table takes place in the State Real Estate Ltd. office building.

Lasnamäe 2, Tallinn
Conference centre on 1st floor


How can you get there?

At the airport you can either take a taxi (approx. 5 EUR) or public transport. The bus stops are located on floor 0 by the car park that is located at the front of the airport, next to the so-called lower entrance. Bus no. 2 drives towards the city centre and stops near the Lasnamäe 2 building (Sossimägi bus stop). Our 10-story office building is seen behind the Sikupilli shopping centre. It takes approximately 10 minutes to get there.

From the Tallink City Hotel the easiest way is to come with tram no. 2 or 4 (drives towards the Ülemiste shopping centre). The tram stops near the Lasnamäe 2 building (Lubja tram stop). At the tram stop you can directly see our 10-story office building up the hill. It takes approximately 20 minutes to get there.

Where can you stay?

We recommend staying at the Tallink City Hotel. For the working table delegates we have arranged a special rate. If you have chosen to stay at the Tallink City Hotel, the rooms have to be booked through State Real Estate Ltd. for special rate.

Tallink City Hotel
A. Laikmaa 5, 10145 Tallinn, Estonia
Tel. +372 630 0800


How can you get there?

At the airport you can either take a taxi (approx. 10 EUR) or public transport. The bus stops are located on floor 0 by the car park that is located at the front of the airport, next to the so-called lower entrance. Bus no. 2 drives towards the city centre and stops right in front of the Tallink City Hotel.

From the conference site you can take tram no. 2 or 4 (stop on Tartu maantee), which drives towards the city centre and stops next to the Tallink City Hotel (Hobujaama tram stop).

Distances from hotel

  • Airport - 4 km
  • Tallinn’s Old Town - 1 km
  • Place of the venue (Lasnamäe 2) - 2 km

More information about transportation

Transportation during the conference.

Short distances may be covered on foot (up to 10 minutes walking). Transportation from the conference site to the Seaplane Harbour and dinner site is arranged for delegates.

Website Tallinn Airport
Website Tallinn Bus Station
Website Tallinn public transport:

Bus and tram tickets can be bought from the driver when entering the bus, it costs 1.60 EUR (cash only). More ticket information for tourists is found here.

About PuRE-net

The Public Real Estate Collaborative Network – PuREnet – is a common interest group established among the various bodies that manage Public Real Estate Properties at the European level.

PuRE-net represents a think tank where members grow through sharing, mentoring and problem-solving to provide leadership in the responsible use of land and buildings and support complex planning and development projects, programmes and policies.

About State Real Estate of Estonia Ltd.

The Republic of Estonia established the company with the business name Riigi Kinnisvara Aktsiaselts (State Real Estate Ltd., hereinafter RKAS) according to order no. 461 of the Government of the Republic of 28 June 2001 with the objective of guaranteeing the saving and effective provision of the real estate service to the executors of state authority.

RKAS is the preferred partner and competence centre for the government and state authorities for the fulfilment of the state functions and providing the public service in development, management and maintenance of the required real estate.

The mission of RKAS is to value the state real estate and give the assets to the disposal of the state administrators, which with its functionality is compliant with the needs of the executor of state authority.

About Tallinn’s Old Town

Tallinn, the oldest capital in Northern Europe, was first marked on the world map in 1154 by an Arabian geographer called al-Idrisi. The Old Town of Tallinn, a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site, is one of the most authentically preserved medieval city centres in Europe. Built up from the 13th to 16th centuries, when Tallinn – or Reval as it was known then – was a thriving member of the Hanseatic League. This enclosed neighbourhood of colourful, gabled houses, half-hidden courtyards and grandiose churches is, quite rightly, the city's biggest tourist draw. And the fact that it's all neatly packaged within a mostly-intact city wall and dotted with guard towers gives it an extra dose of fairytale charm.

About the Seaplane Harbour

With the help of modern multimedia, the Seaplane Harbour in the wooden architecture suburb Kalamaja tells exciting stories about Estonian maritime and military history. The museum’s display, which is comprised of more than a couple of hundred large exhibits, revitalises the colourful history of Estonia. This modern museum is housed in architecturally unique seaplane hangers, which include structures that were part of the Peter the Great Naval Fortress between 1916-1917. The Lembit submarine, the Suur Tõll steam icebreaker (Toell the Great, in English), the Short Type 184 seaplane, and many other large exhibits are on display here.

The Seaplane Harbour with its interesting technical systems is currently maintained by Estonian State Real Estate Ltd.