Caverion assumes responsibility for maintenance of Bank of Finland’s properties

| Source: Caverion Oyj

Helsinki, 2013-11-29 11:00 CET (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Caverion Corporation                     Investor News                  29 November 2013 at 12 noon


Caverion assumes responsibility for maintenance of Bank of Finland’s properties


The building systems company Caverion and the Bank of Finland have signed an agreement on the service and maintenance of properties and building systems. The agreement covers premises in Helsinki and property in Vantaa. The contract is effective from 1 April 2014.

Caverion will take care of servicing and maintaining the plumbing, ventilation, electrical and building automation systems of the Bank of Finland’s properties. The contract also includes the development of the properties’ energy efficiency.  A Caverion specialist, an energy manager, will monitor energy consumption in the properties, identify opportunities for savings and optimisation and report on the measures taken.

“Our cooperation with the Bank of Finland has continued for a long time, and we have jointly developed efficient service models. We will utilise our extensive service in energy management, technical maintenance and service management of the properties,” says Raimo Ojanen, Business Unit Manager at Caverion.


Additional information:

Raimo Ojanen, Caverion Suomi Oy, Business Unit Manager, tel. +358 50 390 2004.


Caverion designs, builds and maintains user-friendly and energy-efficient building systems and offers industrial services. Our services are used in offices and retail properties, housing, public premises and industrial plants, among other places. We aim to be the number one building systems company in Europe. Our strengths include technological competence and customer-oriented service, covering all building systems throughout the life cycle of the property. Caverion was established through the demerger of building services and industrial services businesses from YIT Group in July 2013. Our revenue for 2012 amounted to approximately EUR 2.8 billion. Caverion has over 18,000 employees in 13 countries in Northern and Central Europe.