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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

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Sweco’s landscape design awarded the sustainable environmental construction label KESY

The KESY label, a recognition for sustainable environmental construction, can be awarded to companies or individual projects, and the recipients commit to the sustainable operating model in construction and planning, and the promotion of sustainability goals. The operating model for sustainable environmental construction brings together means that aim to reduce or mitigate the harmful impacts caused by construction. The operating model covers the entire construction process from design to construction and maintenance. Read more

Havainnekuva Katanpäänpuiston luontopohjaisista ratkaisuista. Puisto on osa Turkuun rakenteilla olevaa uutta Pihlajaniemen asuinaluetta.

Biodiversity plays a key role in the development the detailed plan in Pihlajaniemi area, Turku

The City of Turku aims for carbon neutrality by 2029. This is also reflected in the plans for construction projects: Turku has drawn up a detailed plan amendment for the Pihlajaniemi area, the aim of which is to build a new urban district in a climate-smart manner and taking nature values into account. Sweco is partering in this project with Senate Properties in strengthening the climate goals of the City of Turku. Read more


Future still seems bright for city bike systems

In recent years, city bike systems have been introduced in cities around Finland, and it is no longer necessary to argue for the positive impacts of cycling. Sweco has been involved in the design of city bike systems in several cities, among them Helsinki, Lahti and Tampere. Read more

Finland’s first wood-structured Lidl to open in Riihimäki

On 25 November, a second Lidl store will open in Riihimäki, which will also be the first wood-structured Lidl store in Finland. The abundant use of wood gives the interior a peaceful and spacious feel, and the carbon footprint was reduced by a quarter. Naturalness and climate resilience are also reflected in the design of the yard area. Read more