Hoivatilat possesses experience along with complete and efficient solutions that can be utilised in all of the company’s operations. Particular attention is paid to the modifiability and adaptability of all facilities. The expertise of Hoivatilat gives customers the certainty of tested solutions and cost-efficiency brought by experience. Our design processes are based on our already built solutions that we have in more than 200 in the growth centres of Finland and Sweden.
Stages of participatory design
1. Identifying the customer’s need for facilities
- We identify what types of facilities the customer needs.
- What is the purpose of use of the property?
- When does the customer want the property to be finished?
2. Preliminary drafts
- We identify the potential uses of the plot and municipal regulations set for construction.
- We prepare the first drafts on the basis of customer needs.
- Hoivatilat, together with the architect, maintains active contact with municipal officials and acquires the building permits required.
3. Revising designs together with the customer
- We finish our designs regarding facilities and outdoor areas together with the customer, based on whether the property is an exercise-, science- or nature-related day care centre or a culture-related nursing home.
4. Approving the project plan
- The final project plan is reviewed in detail with the client and approved.
5. Launching the project
- Experienced construction managers from Hoivatilat take responsibility for the construction of the property, site meetings, regulatory inspections and all contractor contacts.
- The construction managers regularly communicate the progress of the worksite to the client.
6. Handing over the ready to use property to the customer
- Hoivatilat ensure that the completed building corresponds to the ordered quality level and the building is ready to be handed over to the customer on schedule at the agreed time.
- Hoivatilat acts as the client’s guardian throughout the construction project and will remain as the responsible long-term owner of the property.