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AI in AEC 2024

The world's first artificial intelligence conference series for the built environment will continue again in March 2024. AI in AEC 2024 will be held on March 20-21, 2024 and for the first time as a hybrid implementation in Helsinki! Read more

Ruskeasuon varikko Helsingissä

The Ruskeasuo depot supports the Carbon-neutral Helsinki 2030 goal

The Ruskeasuo depot, to be completed in spring 2024, is one of the largest infrastructure projects in the Helsinki metropolitan area and also a major step towards the City of Helsinki's carbon neutrality goal. Sweco has supported Skanska in the low-carbon construction of the depot from the very beginning. Read more

Study: One in three Finns do not trust the green transition – not all the benefits of the transition are recognised 

Finns have mixed attitudes towards the green transition, reveals a recent survey by Sweco. Up to a third of Finns say they are not confident that the green transition will take place. However, half of Finns consider the implementation of the green transition necessary, and four out of five believe that the green transition will benefit Finnish society.  Read more

Iida Vakkuri, Swec

Iida Vakkuri appointed Chief Sustainability Officer for Sweco Finland

Iida Vakkuri has been appointed Chief Sustainability Officer for Sweco Finland. Vakkuri has served in Sweco Finland's Management Team as Operative Business Director since 2023 and will now take up the role to lead sustainability issues both in business development and in Sweco's own operations. Read more

Metsä Groupin Äänekosken tehdasalueelle suunnitellaan uutta Kerto LVL -tehdasta

Sweco appointed designer for Metsä Group’s new wood product mill in Finland 

Sweco and Metsä Group have signed the agreement to start a new collaboration project to build Kerto LVL wood product mill in Äänekoski, Finland. The new mill will serve mainly European construction industry, producing laminated veneer lumber beam and panel materials for low-carbon construction. Operations will start at the end of 2026. Read more