In May 2013 the reconstruction of Riga Motor Museum was commenced in order to broaden the exposition space as much as possible, create a convenient and modern organisation of the entry and flow of visitors and make the museum available to all its visitors, especially with regard to disabled people. Project solutions envisage maintaining the historic form and functional scheme of the building as much as possible, while improving energy efficiency. Up to now we have finished the renovation works of the energy efficiency and visual appearance of the facades, made structural reinforcements, finished the construction of new engineering communications and finished the construction of a new staircase with an elevator, which will connect all the floors of the building thus making it much more accessible for disabled people. The room layout construction, interior decoration and engineering communication construction works are being continued, and the improvement of the territory is also underway. Construction works in the building have taken place in an area of more than 7000 m2, and the area to be improved is over 8000 m2.

Next to the Motor Museum building a new CSDD service centre is being built. This 5-storey building with modern façade and interior solutions with an area of 2500 m2, will be the home of the CSDD customer service centre and the office premises for CSDD employees.