8th Nordic Conference on
Construction Economics and Organization

May 28-29 2015, Tampere, Finland

Scandic Rosendahl

Enjoy a lakeside location during your stay in Tampere at the Scandic Rosendahl hotel, only a 10 minutes drive from central Tampere.

This hotel has an ideal location in the beautiful lakeside setting of Pyynikki. Go outside to explore Tampere's nature or enjoy a picnic at the beach next to the hotel. Popular Tampere attractions, such as Sarkanniemi amusement park and Tampere Art Museum, are only a short walk from the hotel. Shopping streets and restaurants of Tampere city are also available a short drive from hotel Scandic Rosendahl.

When you stay with us at hotel Scandic Rosendahl, you can work out in the hotel gym or enjoy a dip in our indoor pool. After training, relax in the hotel sauna. If you want to venture further afield, our hotel reception will be happy to lend you a bicycle or walking poles. You can enjoy a nice meal in the hotel restaurant Käpy. We also offer 9 conference facilities for up to 650 delegates, wireless internet and a large car park with free parking.

Pyynikintie 13
33230 Tampere

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Finland is perhaps best known for its peacefulness and beautiful nature. Vast forests, a unique archipelago and thousands of lakes present a striking mixture of wooded hills and waters. In addition to its mystical northern nature, Finland is also a modern Nordic country with a high standard of living and advanced economy and technology.

City of Tampere

Tampere is the third largest city in Finland and the largest inland centre in the Nordic countries. Currently there are over 217,000 inhabitants in Tampere, and close to half a million inhabitants in Tampere Region, which comprises Tampere and its neighbouring municipalities. Tampere’s city centre is surrounded by lake and ridge scenery, sited on an isthmus between lakes Pyhäjärvi and Näsijärvi. The Tammerkoski rapids run through the city.

Tampere is a significant centre of education and research. There are lots of university students in the city. The University of Tampere has 15,000 students in five faculties, the Tampere University of Technology has 10,500 students and the Tampere University of Applied Sciences has 10 000 students. The teachers and researchers at these universities as well as in the numerous research institutes provide new information and knowhow for science, business and industry.

The School of Information Sciences at the University of Tampere, Tampere University of Technology, the Hermia Technology Centre, the Finn-Medi Medical Technology Centre, Nokia Research Centre, Intel Research and Development Center, the laboratories of the Technical Research Centre of Finland and other R&D units represent the highest level of technological development, and make the city an important node on the information superhighway.