YIT raises a roof in Prague
YIT has commenced the construction of an area development project in Prague, Czech Republic. The first phase will be completed by summer 2019.
Peikko gets busy in South Korea
Peikko Group has announced an order of concrete connection items for a precast cooling tower of a new electric power plant in Pocheon, South Korea.
YIT gets double busy in Tallinn
Finnish property developer YIT will soon begin the construction of two apartment building projects in Tallinn, Estonia, both of which will begin in April.
Finnish pair in agreement in South Africa and Laos
Valmet has agreed to supply an evaporation line to the Sappi Southern Africa Limited’s pulp mill in Ngodwana, South Africa, while Pöyry has been awarded with the owner’s engineering service assignment for the Nam Theun 1 hydropower project in Laos.
Peikko lays foundation for Norwegian wind park
Peikko Norge, the Norwegian subsidiary of the Peikko Group, will supply the Roan Wind Park in Central Norway with rock foundation technology, material as well as design the foundation structure.
Outokumpu helps renovate key bridge in Stockholm
Outokumpu will supply 600 tonnes of stainless steel to the renovation project of the important Söderströmsbron in Stocholm, Sweden, that much of the city’s public transportation relies on.
Pöyry to supervise Brenner Base Tunnel site
Pöyry is to provide site supervision services for the project connecting Innsbruck Railway Station into the Brenner Base Tunnel (BBT).
Wärtsilä adds power in Bangladesh
Wärtsilä has received an order to supply a 150 MW power plant in Bangladesh, which will feed into the national grid amidst the increasing demand for energy in the country.
Outokumpu reinforcing highway bridge in Kuwait
Outokumpu Long Products has landed a deal to provide 1 600 tons stainless steel rebar for the Sheikh Jaber al-Ahmad Al-Sabah project in Kuwait.
Pöyry lands deals around Europe
Pöyry has been granted a complete engineering services assignment in Austria and a detailed mill engineering services assignment in Sweden.