The development of national defence infrastructure is a process with long-term effects, since new infrastructure is created or old infrastructure is renewed with the intention of using them for many decades.
Over the past decade, significant investments have been made in improving and updating service and training conditions for conscript and active military personnel. Estonia currently has one of the most modern barracks and infrastructure among NATO countries.
We want our conscripts, servicemembers and Allies to have modern living conditions, our equipment to be cared for and maintained, and equipment and supplies to be securely stored. Opportunities for exercising are also important to the development of defence capabilities.
A total of 624 registered immovables and 578 structures fall within the area of administration of the Ministry of Defence. A total of 95% of those buildings and structures are administered by the Centre for Defence Investments.