Vastuu Group – Building the Future
Before Vastuu Group was established, we were known as Suomen Tilaajavastuu. At that time, our operations focused especially on assisting companies in the construction sector to manage their social and statutory obligations. Therefore, responsibility and trust have, from the very beginning, been at the core of what we do.
Along the way we have grown into an operator that still offers these familiar services to companies in various fields, but that is also very much involved in the promotion of the digitalisation of the built-up environment. We want to make the data we have collected through our services available to everyone in order to enable easier development of the sector. We want to help our customers and cooperation partners become better decision-makers, constructors, residents, and consumers of the built-up environment, as well as to develop into a more responsible operator together with them.
Imagine a future where statutory requirements can be managed by a single click, building projects are completed on time, and no money is wasted on unnecessary work. We make this dream come true!
We believe that a more sustainable built-up environment means better living conditions for us all.
Are you interested in creating a better future? Contact us, so we can do this together!
Dreaming of better living conditions
Our dream is to enable better living conditions for a billion people by 2025. Our motivation is that we strongly believe that we can leave a better world for future generations by implementing more sustainable built-up environment solutions.
- Sustainable growth for companies through business models that are based on trust and utilise data.
- Better living conditions for people through smart services.
- A better future for Earth through more sustainable solutions of the built-up environment.
Self-management as the leadership practice
We have discarded the traditional hierarchical leadership model run by superiors and shifted to self-management. For us, self-management means freedom and responsibility. We trust that everyone is capable of making the best decisions concerning their areas of responsibility – and will, naturally, also assume responsibility for these decisions. Self-management naturally has its own challenges, so we work together constantly towards a better corporate culture that suits us.
Owners and Membership Benefits
Confederation of Finnish Construction Industries RT
Rakennusteollisuus RT ry is a federation encompassing the entire construction industry, comprising Rakennusteollisuus RT ry as the central organisation and five industries as members. The five industries include a total of more than 2,600 member companies with nearly 55,000 employees. The total revenue of the members is approximately 15 billion euro.
The Housing Construction Industry Association TRT ry
Talonrakennusteollisuus ry is the housing construction industry association in Rakennusteollisuus RT. One of the chief tasks of the housing industry association is to take care of its member companies’ interest in matters relating to the labour market and industrial policies, among other things by participating in preliminary legislation and decision activities relating to the industry, as well as drawing up initiatives that promote its member companies’ business.
Hartwall Capital is a Finnish, family-owned investment company that aims for sustainable value creation through active ownership. Hartwall Capital has its roots in Hartwall Oy Ab, a beverage company established in 1836. Hartwall Capital invests in both non-listed and listed companies in the Nordic Countries, mainly in Finland.
The Finnish Real Estate Federation
Suomen Kiinteistöliitto ry’s members include housing companies, real estate management companies, owners of rental dwelling properties and landlords. Kiinteistöliitto takes care of estate owners’ interests, is an expert organisation for the real estate industry and a leading influencer in the industry. Members can avail themselves of the latest information regarding the industry, as well as the services of specialist real estate experts.
The Electrical Contractors´ Association of Finland STUL
Sähkö- ja teleurakoitsijaliitto STUL ry’s members are 2,000 electrical, telecom and network contractors, as well as 900 other electrical building technology companies who are members of the federation’s 14 member associations. Established in 1933, the federation takes care of its members’ interests and is an information provider in the electrical industry.
The Construction Quality Association
Rakentamisen Laatu RALA ry is an actor established by real estate and construction industry associations with the goal of improving circumstances for better construction quality and healthy competition. RALA collects and maintains information on the companies working in the industry, evaluates them and awards qualifications and classifications.
The Finnish Association of Building Owners and Construction Clients
RAKLI´s members include Finland´s most prominent owners of residential and commercial properties and infrastructure, tenants of commercial facilities, property investors, building contractors and service providers. The members represent both the private and the public sector, and member organisations number around 200 in total. RAKLI´s goal is to ensure that buildings and infrastructure serve the needs of their users, and that our built environment is functional and attractive.
Investment Manager, Hartwall Capital
Co-founder, Board member, Futurice