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We Land: a unique new office building coming to Helsinki's Ruoholahti district, in step with changing needs and times

What if you heard that in the Ruoholahti district of Helsinki, there was a new site being built that was unmatched anywhere else in Finland ‒ a veritable queen of office spaces? The We Land building, developed by the construction firm NCC, will offer a unique working environment and range of services not seen anywhere else in the country, with a commitment to sustainability that draws in tenants and investors alike.

MTV's new, sustainable Pöllölaakso center: a result of close collaboration with NCC

A new era dawned for Finnish media company MTV Oy when it opened its new Pöllölaakso center in the Konepaja area of Helsinki's Vallila district. The unique new site was developed in collaboration with NCC, both parties learning a great deal from each other in the process. Sustainability served as a guiding theme, and it has already borne concrete results.

NCC cited a Diversity Leader 2024

The Financial Times and market research company Statista have cited NCC as one of Europe’s Diversity Leaders. The award is listed in a report, List of Diversity Leaders 2023, featuring companies that actively promote diversity and inclusion.

NCC’s Christmas gift will support young people learning mathematics

NCC continues to support learning among children and young people. This year’s Christmas donation of SEK 1.5 million will go to four organizations in the Nordic region that provide tutoring for children and young people, which can expand opportunities for a career in construction and civil engineering. In Sweden, NCC is also initiating a long-term partnership with the Mattecentrum tutoring agency.

Emissions from a renovated office building account for approximately 40% of those from a new building

NCC developed the former KY Building in the Kamppi area of Helsinki into an office building with modern spaces. The carbon footprint of the current property called Kulma21 was calculated based on realised data and compared to that of a similar new building which could have been constructed in the same site. As a result, some interesting data were acquired as to whether or not the existing building was worth demolishing or renovating.