Accommodation and conference facilities

Fire and evacuation safety in large Finnish hotels and congress centers is generally considered good, but there is certainly always room for some improvement. From the point of view of personal safety, the fire safety of accommodation and conference facilities emphasizes, among other things, careful planning and safety instructions, personnel training, regular fire drills and effective and clear exit routes. 

ACCOMMODATION AND CONFERENCE FACILITIES

2021

  • Katajanokan laituri, Helsinki. Fire engineering design (2020-2021).

2020

  • Mannerheimintie SSA Hotelli, Helsinki. Third party statement (2020).
  • Sokos Hotelli Lahden Seurahuone, Lahti. Fire engineering design, plans for smoke clearance design (2019-2020).
  • BCC Härkälenkki 5, Vantaa. Fire engineering design (2020).

2019

  • Hotelli Suomutunturi, Suomutunturi. Fire engineering plan (2019).
  • Moxy Hotel, Helsinki. Fire engineering plan (2019).

2017

  • Siikajärven vastaanottokeskus, Helsinki. Fire engineering statement (2017).
  • Hotelli Carlton Kaisaniemenkatu 3, Helsinki. Fire safety design (2017).
  • Lakeuden Ankkuri, Seinäjoki. Fire engineering statement (2017).
  • Ryhmäkoti Arjessa Oy, Lohja. Fire engineering statement and plan (2017).
  • Pengerkatu 9, Helsinki. Fire safety design (2017).
  • Vallilan litsihotelli, Helsinki. Fire safety design (2017).

2016

  • Taivallahden Autokomppanian kasarmi, Helsinki. Fire safety design and smoke clearance plans (2016).

2014

  • Kapselihotelli, Helsinki. Modifications and fire safety design (2014).
  • Wood City Hotelli, Helsinki. Fire safety design (2014).

2013

  • Mitt I Stan, Närpes. Fire safety design (2013).
  • Vallilan majoitustila, Helsinki. Modifications and smoke clearance plan (2012-2013).

2009

  • Siltasaarenkatu 14, Helsinki. Modifications and fire safety design (2008-2009).

2008

  • Linnahotelli, Helsinki. Modifications and fire safety design (2008).
  • Airport Hotel Rantasipi, Vantaa. Modifications and fire safety design extension (2007-2008).