Rejlers Finland (STO:REJLB) has won several assignments in the rapidly growing Aviapolis business district in the Helsinki region More than 1,000 companies and 35,000 employees are working in the area. Business premises, a traffic centre and housing are also being built, in addition to offices. The comprehensive development of the Aviapolis region is also safeguarding a wide selection of services.
One of the assignments involves Rejlers being responsible for the planning of electrical, telecommunications and security systems in conjunction with the building of the service centre in Aviapolis. The building will have a floor space of 12,300 m2 and the client is the real estate company LAK Oy, which is owned by Finavia.
Rejlers has also been engaged by Skanska Talonrakennus Oy for the planning of electrical, telecommunications and security systems for the office building Aviapolis II, which will measure 9,660 m2. Skanska is one of Finland’s largest construction companies working with building and construction, housing development, commercial development and infrastructure development.
"Being a part of the development of the Aviapolis Area is an exciting possibility to see one of the major investment areas in Helsinki metropolitan to grow. We were also involved as technical consultants when Clarion Hotel Helsinki Airport was built. New hotels and offices bring so much energy and possibilities to the area" says Timo Tenninen, Business Area Director Rejlers Finland.
Rejlers is one of the Nordic region’s major technical consultants. A total of 2,000 experts working on projects in construction and property, energy, industry and infrastructure. We have specialist engineers with both broad and specific expertise, coupled with energy that creates results. We are continuing to expand rapidly, and currently have offices in 80 locations throughout Sweden, Finland and Norway. In 2015, Rejlers achieved sales of SEK 1.9 billion and its B share is listed on NASDAQ Stockholm.
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