”All our wishes have been heard”
— We are pirates! We know how to build a life raft, but we don’t know how to build a day care centre. Let those who know how to develop and maintain properties focus on that, so that we pirates can sail on towards new adventures.
This is what entrepreneur Janne Jukarainen has to say. He and his entrepreneur colleague Olli Liimatainen are in charge of Aarresaari Päiväkodit day care centres (currently Touhula Päiväkodit). The first Aarresaari (“Treasure Island”) day care centre opened back in 1995 in Jyväskylä. In 2014, the number of day-care centres built under the same concept was 12, and in August 2014 adventure-loving children of Porvoo moved into a new day care centre called Horisontti (“Horizon”).
Facilities that promote imagination, music and physical activity
Aarresaari day care centres offer inspiring and unforgettable experiences to children. The “officers” of the day-care centres help children with treasure hunting, the use of imagination, music and physical activities. The Aarresaari day care centres in Kuopio and Porvoo were built together with Hoivatilat, and new units are already on the drawing board.
Entrepreneur Janne Jukarainen has found Hoivatilat’s project work a pleasure to watch.
— All our wishes were heard and taken into account in the planning stage. We were always up-to-date with the project’s progress, the work was often ahead of the schedule, and the quality of the workmanship was excellent. And, importantly, there were no surprises in the project costs. We appreciate the uncomplicated and stress-free experience of working with a dependable partner, Janne Jukarainen thanks.