Strong growth for UKI Arkkitehdit – operational rearrangements
UKI Arkkitehdit Oy made good progress during 2015 and increased turnover to 3.6 million euros. After 2009, the company has almost doubled its turnover. To ensure continuing growth, UKI Arkkitehdit has now rearranged its design teams and operations as well as strengthened its resources in the customer interface.
The changes are primarily aimed at making customer services smoother and more efficient.
The implemented arrangements introduce a new district and apartment design team in UKI Arkkitehdit. This reflects the company’s strong investment in this sector. The company has of course been closely involved in land use planning, for example, already in the past. The team leader is Janne Karjalainen, who leads the Jyväskylä office of the company at the same time.
The earlier public sector team has now been changed into the learning environments and culture design team. The three remaining teams are still hospital planning, industrial planning, and business and office premises planning.
The team leaders are Raija-Liisa Miesmaa (hospitals), Pentti Komulainen (industry), Janne Karjalainen (district and apartments), Kimmo Mansisto (business and offices) and Pauli Koivisto (learning environments and culture).
Additionally, the sales and marketing of the design teams is assisted especially by Teuvo Tuorila (hospitals), Kimmo Turpeenniemi and Ari Ronkainen (industry), Sasu Alasentie and Vesa-Pekka Kiiskinen (district and apartments), Timo Tyynismaa (business and offices) and Ulla Passoja (learning environments and culture).
UKI Arkkitehdit has also reorganised the line-up of its management team. Now the management team consists of managing director Mikko Heikkinen and Kimmo Mansisto, Kimmo Turpeenniemi and Timo Tyynismaa.
The company has 43 employees, two of the work part time.