YIT Constructs School Centre in Imatra
YIT has signed an agreement worth approximately EUR 55 million with the City of Imatra to construct a wooden school centre in the city’s Mansikkala district. The agreement also includes maintenance for 20 years.
The Mansikkala school centre will be the largest wooden school in Finland. The school centre will include learning spaces for around 1,350 children and adolescents from day-care to upper secondary school as well as spaces for pupil welfare.
Additionally, a child health clinic and business premises for an Adult Education Centre and associations will be located on the premises.
“We are excited to be a forerunner in this as well. In addition to the investment, the price includes renovation and maintenance for two decades,” says Kaisa Heino, who signed the contract as Deputy to Mayor.
Maria Olsson Äärlaht