Architect
Lahdelma & Mahlamäki architects
Project Manager
Indepro
Landscape Architect
Loci Maisema-arkkitehdit
Interior Design
Eskola Interio
Tmi Salla Kantokorpi
Structural Engineer
Ramboll Finland, Helsinki
HVAC
Ramboll Finland, Helsinki
Fire Safety
Ramboll Finland, Helsinki
Building Physics
Ramboll Finland, Helsinki
Electrics
Rejlers
Acoustics
Akukon
Rockfon
Construction Management
Skanska
Facade
Tiileri
Halfen
Nordec
Windows
Schüco
Fenestration, Glazing
Metus Finland
Lighting
Fagerhult
Interior Wall and Ceiling Covering
Inlook
Software / Digital Construction
Tekla
Solibri
Dalux Field
Revit
Enscape
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The construction industry in Finland has already gained experience with BIM. In 2007 the method became obligatory for public construction projects exceeding a budget of one million euro. With the Kaupunkiympäristotalo – or, in English: the Urban Environment House – the city of Helsinki goes one step further by planning to use the building model for the successive operation of the facility.