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Skanska has renewed and expanded the IsoKristiina shopping center located in the center of Lappeenranta.
IsoKristiina now has 34,000 square meters of rentable space, of which 27,000 square meters are commercial premises. The shopping center offers around 80 shops and services, which include Finnish and international brands.
IsoKristiina is an example of challenging construction work in the middle of a city and an operating shopping center. Occupational safety, environmental values and good cooperation with other actors in the area together constitute responsible construction.
Logistics and informing different interest groups of the progress of the project turned out to be essential factors in ensuring the safety of people and the environment and improving operational efficiency. IsoKristiina's renovated section was an old building, whose location in the city center contributes to good opportunities for the environmentally responsible use of the property.
IsoKristiina aims at a gold-level LEED® certificate. Skanska is responsible for the completion of the project's certification process, energy-efficiency calculations and the achievement of environmental targets in a manner expected by the client. LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) is an internationally recognized and widely used environmental certification system for buildings. LEED design is seen on the worksite in many ways every day, for example in the collection of information and procurement.
Waste management on the shopping center worksite is carefully planned and implemented. In October 2014, around seven percent of worksite waste was disposed of in a landfill.
Sähköposti Kari Hovi
Hanketyyppi: Shopping centers/malls
Konseptit: Building Information Modeling/ Virtual Design & Construction, Green
“In the shopping center, there will be retail facilities for both S-Group and K-Group as well as department stores of Sokos and Anttila. Furthermore, the City of Lappeenranta will invest in new facilities for the Lappeenranta City Theatre in a central location of the shopping center. Adding to the selection of leisure activities provided by the theatre, there will also be a four-screen Finnkino cinema center and a versatile selection of restaurants”, says Senior Vice President of Development and Sustainability, Marko Juhokas of Citycon.
“In 2011, Citycon selected Skanska through competition as a partner for developing this all-round shopping center located in the existing city center of Lappeenranta. Together, we have succeeded in fulfilling the requirements for this investment, and now, we are ready to proceed to the well-prepared implementation phase”, Juhokas continues.
”The developing IsoKristiina Shopping Center fulfills our technical, financial and environmental investment criteria, and our positive experience of Skanska’s expertise create high expectations for the successful implementation of the construction project”, states Tomi Aimonen, Head of Direct Real Estate Investments at Ilmarinen.
Mayor of City of Lappeenranta Kimmo Jarva considers the IsoKristiina project to be a significant step forward in developing downtown Lappeenranta. The demand of services is increased by the growing tourism from Russia.
“An attractive selection of services and shopping opportunities is taking shape in downtown Lappeenranta. Also, locating the Lappeenranta City Theatre in the middle of the services of the shopping center will strengthen the variety of services in the area of the city center. The residents of entire South-Eastern Finland as well as tourists will benefit from the growing service selection. Because of its good location and high-quality services, Lappeenranta has repeatedly been in the top range of Finnish cities when measured by the volume of tax free shopping, and the flow of Russian tourists is estimated to increase heavily in the near future”, says Jarva.