Taking Service Network Planning to the Next Level

Construction level

Emilia Rönkkö is an architect and a Docent of Urban Planning at the University of Oulu.

July 22, 2019
Aarni Heiskanen - AEC Business

Cities and municipalities are basically systems for delivering services for the benefit of their citizens. An experimental project demonstrated how improving the flow of data between these services could save a lot of time and taxpayer money.

Emilia Rönkkö is an architect who worked for the Finnish city of Kuopio. Besides that, she is a Docent of Urban Planning at the University of Oulu.

“In Kuopio, my job included doing architectural programming for public investments and service network reviews. More specifically, surveys about Growth and Learning Services that were focused on daycares and schools,” Rönkkö explains. “Typically, a service network review with manual data collection procedures takes place every three to five years. I and other functionaries involved in the process wondered if there might be a better, more efficient way to do the reviews.”

Mr. Heiskanen may be contacted at aec-business@aepartners.fi


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