Verston OÜ

Main field: Road construction and maintenance

Company values


We have the will and courage to discover the best ideas. As entrepreneurs, we bring ideas to life, we get things done. We dare to stand out and be different. Different people and different ideas allow us to progress and grow rapidly.

World-Class Excellence

Work praises the doer, and we take pride in our work. Our decisions are based on data and knowledge. Smart digital tools create the best knowledge from data, reduce costs, and increase productivity. Informed decisions, low costs, and high productivity form the basis of our competitiveness.

Environmentally Conscious

If people are the heart of Verston, then nature is the heart of the world. It is important for us to preserve both. Innovative technologies, material recycling, and environmentally friendly solutions help reduce environmental impact. A nature-conscious mindset helps us grow and develop sustainably.

Our vision

Verston's vision is to be ambitiously growing, highly profitable, and the infrastructure builder with the smallest environmental footprint in the world. Through high management quality, it aims to become the most preferred employer in the sector, where healthy and happy people work.


Verston's goal is to improve lives by developing and maintaining future-oriented, environmentally sustainable infrastructure that supports societal development and connectivity.


330 employees


We welcome interns in all business units: road construction, maintenance, production and mining.

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Why should students come to your company for an internship or work?

"Verston is Estonia's leading infrastructure construction and maintenance company. We have a well-organized internship program, competitive internship compensation, and extensive opportunities to continue working with us after the internship. In addition to gaining valuable work experience, you'll experience a true team spirit, learn to solve problems, collaborate effectively, and never give up."