Expertise in hygiene
At the RE Group we can offer specialist expertise in a number of sectors. Many of the facilities we have designed feature spaces with a range of specialist requirements. We develop design solutions that help our customers meet their requirements, whether they concern operations, building engineering or production engineering.
Laboratories and clean rooms
Protected sites and rebuilding
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City of Helsinki, Hakaniemi Market Hall
Hakaniemi Market Hall, located on Hakaniemi Square, has been serving the people of Helsinki since 1914. The hall, which has undergone two previous rounds of renovations, is currently undergoing major work, with one of the aims of the project being to restore the stalls to closer to their original look. The primary requirement of the works is to update the hall’s technology to modern standards.
Fruitful cooperation with Valio Oy
Founded in 1905, Valio is a Finnish dairy and food producer. Thanks to a long-term partnership, the RE Group has been able to carry out a number of design projects spanning the range of design sectors we cover, at sites throughout Finland. The most recent large project we worked on was the Lapinlahti L4 powdered product factory. In addition to the larger projects, when it comes to design we also have a number of ongoing smaller investments and maintenance projects with Valio.
The HUSLAB building forms part of a larger HUS construction chain in Meilahti, Helsinki. In terms of functionality, it is linked to the Haartman Institute, which is based on the same plot and located in a building designed in 1965 by architect Einari Teräsvirta for laboratory and teaching use by the University of Helsinki.
Senate Properties, renovation of the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry
The renovation work in this project was focused on two 1850s buildings. The Finnish Heritage Agency set conservation objectives for the restoration work, with an additional aim of rectifying indoor air problems in the building.