Construction company YIT has secured three state road maintenance contracts for 2023-2028, covering Nilsiä, Pudasjärvi and Paimio in Finland.

The total value of all three contracts is worth around €32m.

These contracts will be recorded by YIT in its order book for Q2 2023.

The contracts will commence on 1 October and last five years.

YIT is responsible for managing public and private road and street networks in ELY centres, cities, and municipalities.

For the road maintenance contracts. YIT follows a collaborative project approach.

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YIT also undertakes road repair works for private road maintenance groups, utilising the SORAMIX approach, in addition to stoneworks and the development of green areas.

Last month, YIT launched a self-developed residential project named Asunto Oy Helsingin Nihdin Torni in Sompasaari, Helsinki, Finland.

This project, carrying a value of approximately €32m, involves the construction of a 16-storey residential building with 29 apartment units.

In January, the company began constructing a $51m residential building project called As Oy Espoon Tuultentietäjä in Tapiola. Finland.

Featuring 78 apartments, the project will offer amenities, including underfloor heating and cooling, a well-equipped open-concept kitchen, a rainfall shower, and a wall-mounted toilet in the bathroom.