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GTK: Pleasant activity-based environment for top experts
The Geological Survey of Finland (GTK) no longer needed all the space it had at its old facilities in Espoo, and the facilities were also in need of modernisation. Fortunately, it found new facilities only 400 metres away. GTK wants a pleasant workplace to promote its personnel’s wellbeing and to express its world-class expertise.
Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment
The Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment wanted to renew its ways of working and use space more efficiently. Combining four locations under one roof on Aleksanterinkatu brings significant cost savings.
Statistics Finland’s premises had become too large, so the nine storeys of individual offices in Kalasatama were reduced to a couple of storeys of open-plan space. The 700 employees now have a modern, light-filled activity-based environment, with work stations for various purposes.
State Treasury and the Finnish Patent and Registration Office
The State Treasury and the Finnish Patent and Registration Office wanted to update their working methods and improve space utilisation. Now their new type of multi-locational work environment is the envy of others. Moving to the same premises and using shared services considerably reduced costs.
State-of-the-art premises for VTT’s nuclear safety research
VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd has launched its operations at the nuclear safety house gradually. The house was built using the Senate Properties key project model.
The Tax Administration goes digital
Activity-based spaces bring radical changes to the way we work. Perhaps the most visible change is the paperless office. Almost all documents, archives and even some meetings are moving into the digital world.
The Ministry of Justice moved under one roof
The staff at the Ministry of Justice were involved in the participatory work environment development project. The abandonment of boundaries is reflected in the atmosphere, and the operations run more smoothly.
The work environment at THL promotes health and welfare
A well-planned work environment makes working more efficient and enhances job satisfaction and general welfare at work.
The new environment supports new working methods at the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment
The new arrangement of the work environment has made it easier to get to know colleagues and improved the atmosphere, communications and the team spirit – and it has meant saying goodbye to paper documents.
The house that teaches: the Valteri Centre for Learning and Consulting
Each corner in the premises is designed to support pupils’ special needs and learning activities. The premises also offer clean indoor air, are energy-efficient and the spaces optimally arranged.