Are Oy will carry out plumbing work at REDI Majakka

Are Oy                                             Press release                                   12 April 2017 at 8.30 a.m.

 

Are and SRV have signed an agreement for the plumbing work at the REDI Majakka residential building being built in Kalasatama, Helsinki. The value of the contract is EUR 2.5 million.

 

Upon completion in spring 2019, the 35-storey Majakka building, home to 282 apartments, will be the tallest residential building in Finland. The apartments in the Majakka building will be located on top of the REDI shopping centre.

 

“Due to the technical challenges posed by its height, Majakka, the first residential highrise to be completed at REDI, is a more challenging plumbing project than a regular apartment building,” says Timo Kekkonen, Project Manager, Building Systems Services at SRV.

 

“It is great that we are able to be involved in building this new landmark in Helsinki. The height of the property and resulting logistical challenges will make this an especially interesting worksite,” says Ari Salminen, Area Manager at Are.

 

More information:

Are Oy, Ari Salminen, Area Manager, tel. +358 400 438 830, ari.salminen@are.fi

 SRV, Timo Kekkonen, Project Manager, Building Systems Services, tel.+358 40 75 1707, timo.kekkonen@srv.fi

 

Are is the largest technical building services company in Finland. Our technical building contracting and property maintenance services guarantee energy efficiency and a comfortable indoor climate throughout the entire life cycle of the building.

We focus on intelligent technical maintenance and our Are Sensus low-energy system in particular. Established more than 100 years ago, the Are Group employs approximately 2,900 people. We serve our customers in 25 locations in Finland as well as in St Petersburg, Russia. More information: www.are.fi.

 

REDI

 

The REDI project carried out by SRV in the Kalasatama area of Helsinki comprises the largest shopping and entertainment centre in downtown Helsinki as well as eight residential towers. The area under the centre will house a 2,000-car parking facility for use by the towers’ residents as well as the shopping centre’s customers. Construction began on REDI, the largest urban construction project in Finland, in spring 2015 and are estimated to continue until 2023. More information:  www.redi.fi and www.srv.fi

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