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Construction sites and exception routes on campus

On this page, you will find a summary of the construction sites and routes on Otaniemi campus.
Marsio

There are other construction sites alongside Aalto University's renovation, indoor and outdoor constructions projects on Otaniemi campus: City of Espoo, Helsinki Region Environmental Services (HSY) and Jokeri Light Rail also have their construction sites.

Different sites are completed with according to different schedules, so please consider exceptional routes when moving around the campus.

More information about campus projects in the future (ACRE)

Roadworks and construction sites

Read more about campus development

Dipoli / Photo by Tuomas Uusheimo

Otaniemi campus to develop into a lively neighbourhood

The university's campus is in Otaniemi, home of the lively community that supports innovations. The goal of the campus development is to mix valuable history and new ways of planning.

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Otaniemi Campus Future

Aalto University campus 2050

New buildings and services, more residents and plenty of green. The outlines for the next stage of development at the campus are already being drawn on the map.

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Three decaying linden trees as campus outdoor art placed next to light rail tracks in front of the Undergraduate Centre.
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New decaying wood artwork on the Otaniemi campus

The piece enhances, among other things, the versatility of campus nature
Early autumn outdoor picture of the pathways leading to the Undergraduate Centre. The sun is shining and paths are dry.
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Outdoor renovation of Otakaari 1 nearing completion

The renovation work around the Amphi square will be completed in the autumn 2022
HSY A Blanc
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Water supply renovation site in the front of A Blanc

Helsinki Region Environmental Services (HSY) water supply renovation site has moved from Rakentajanaukio area to the front of the A Blanc shopping centre.
Parking house
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Demolition and construction work in progress at Otakaari 8

The lower part of Otakaari 8 building, also known as the ISS depot, will be demolished. The multi-storey car park on campus will be built on the spot later.
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