Managing director Mikko Heikkinen iterates news of the company from the last year with satisfaction.
The Valo™ method developed by UKI Arkkitehdit has proved its usefulness again. The user-driven method is based on 3D virtual modelling and applied in designing the OYS children’s and women’s hospital and the new TAYS buildings, for example. UKI Arkkitehdit is a central participant in the larger design groups of both projects.
The gigantic bioproduct mill of the Metsä Group in Äänekoski will be completed next autumn. The architectural design of the mill is created by UKI Arkkitehdit.
Piippuranta in Kangas is the most important regional development project of Jyväskylä. Piippuranta constitutes a comprehensive area for residence, working and services, and provides a natural connection between the centre of Jyväskylä and the Seppälä town district.
UKI Arkkitehdit Oy expands its partner base. All six new partners are architects working in the company: Raija-Liisa Miesmaa, Pauli Koivisto, Kimmo Turpeenniemi, Teuvo Tuorila, Ulla Passoja and Timo Tyynismaa.
UKI Arkkitehdit Oy’s entry Punos has been awarded joint 1st prize in the architectural invitation competition for the Käräjätörmä multi-generation community village in Tampere.
UKI Arkkitehdit expands operation to metropolitan area – bought Arkkitehtitoimisto Arknova in Helsinki
Architectural firm UKI Arkkitehdit Oy from Oulu makes a stronger investment in entering the design market of the metropolitan area. With the newly concluded deal, the company has acquired possession of Arkkitehtitoimisto Arknova Oy, which has been operating in Helsinki for a long time. The deal is part of the strategy of the Oulu-based company to purposefully expand operations on the Oulu-Jyväskylä-Helsinki axis.