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Iittala Group, Helsinki, Finland

Iittala Group chose Caverion due to its best overall solution. Caverion’s project manager pointed out important new aspects during a tour of the site. The most important thing for us was the uninterrupted continuance of production and the building of a preventive alarm system in terms of hazardous situations. The project proceeded according to expectations, even though the schedule was very tight. All final adjustments were completed and the installation work did not cause any inconvenience to our daily work in the factory. We are very happy with the quality of Caverion’s work. We are continuing our cooperation in the form of change work in the office premises.

Ari-Matti Tuovinen, Maintenance Manager

Iittala is part of Fiskars Corporation, a global supplier of a wide range of consumer products for the home, garden and outdoors. The products are known for their functional design and ease of use. Iittala’s glass factory is a small series manufacturer specialised in the production of coloured glass. It produces art glass through craftsmanship and glasses, candleholders and lanterns, glass parts and plates mechanically.

Tjänsteområden

  • Tekniskt underhåll
  • Projektgenomförande
  • Design och konstruktion

Teknikområden

  • Säkerhet och skydd

Kundsegment

  • Industri
  • Produktionsindustrien
  • Fastighetsbrukare

Typ

Challenge

  • Compliance with statutory regulations as the factory expanded
  • Improving fire safety elsewhere in the factory
  • The prevention of hazardous situations
  • Uninterrupted continuance of production

Solution

  • Design of the expansion phase’s fire safety alongside new construction
  • Building a fire alarm system compliant with statutory regulations
  • Building a fire alarm system that covers the entire factory
  • Building a sampling device in a tall ceiling area
  • Caverion was in charge of the fire alarm system’s design and implementation. It also services and maintains the fire detector and gas extinguishing systems.
  • Disciplines: Security & Safety
  • Year: 2014