Länsimetro is building the Finnoo metro station, which includes the Finnoonsilta and Meritie entrances. The contract is being implemented by the consortium of GRK Infra Oy and Aki Hyrkkönen Oy. The construction project will be complete once the Matinkylä–Kivenlahti section is handed over to the traffic operator HKL in 2023. Additional information about the schedule for the entire project can be found in the Construction section of the website.

Contact information for the Finnoo station construction contract:

Worksite address: Suomenlahdentie 64

Please note that there are many traffic changes to the area due to the construction of Finnoo; the old address Hyljeluodontie 5 can be entered in navigators.

Direct phone line to the worksite: +358 (0)50 516 7606

TYL LM Finnoo (GRK Infra Oy and Aki Hyrkkönen Oy consortium), contact person: jaakko.makela(at)

Other worksite addresses:

Finnoonsilta entrance: Suomenlahdentie 60

East-end technical shaft: Suomenlahdentie 62

Meritie entrance: Suomenlahdentie 64

West-end technical shaft: Suomenlahdentie 64

Further information about the worksite

Länsimetro’s feedback line (Mon–Fri, 9 am to 1 pm): +358 (0)50 377 3700

Hours of operation specified by the Finnish Environment Institute (PDF, in Finnish)

The construction contract for the Finnoo station started in October 2018, and the excavation contract for the station and the rail tunnels was completed in August 2018. Structural work is currently under way everywhere in the station and at the Finnoonsilta entrance. The installation of prefabricated elements and HVAC and electricity installations are currently under way.

Go to the image bank (Flickr) to see what the worksite looks like and how the construction is progressing. We will update the photos as the work progresses. Be sure to also check out the architecture and art in the Finnoo metro station.

The metro tunnel shafts are located at intervals of approximately 600 metres and extend to ground level. They serve as an emergency exit, a smoke vent, a pressure equalisation system and a ventilation system. The stations have their own shafts. Read more about the shafts.

The metro is being built on residents’ and nature’s terms – read more.

The City of Espoo’s website contains information about the area’s development: