3 4 5 North Ostrobothnia Centre for Economic Development, Transport and the Environment (ELY Centre) 9 Service centre A service centre for the site employees will be built next to the accommodation area. It will include services from different authorities, such as the police, customs, tax officials and the Social Insurance Institution of Finland (Kela). The facilities could also include other services such as a newsagent, a supermarket, banking services, a café, a hair salon and other services. The centre could also offer other types of services, for example, a site priest. workplace area A wide variety of design offices, construction and assembly companies, engineering workshops, maintenance and transport companies, and sanitation and security companies will assist the construction. These companies will have a chance to locate their necessary operations at the workplace area near the power plant site. These plots will be sold or leased for construction. The size of the area is approximately 37.1 hectares. Hanhikiventie and the pedestrian and bicycle road visitor centre A visitor centre with a good view of the entire construction area will be located north of the nuclear power plant site. A road to the centre will be built outside the power plant area to the north. The visitor centre will serve individual visitors and groups from the plant construction phase onwards. In addition to presentation and exhibition spaces the center is planned to be equipped with a café and meeting rooms. The visitor centre will offer information on the Hanhikivi peninsula and its environment, as well as the nuclear power plant construction project and its progress, and nuclear plant operations in general. The number of visitors is expected to be significant after the construction of the plant has been initiated. Visits to the historic Hanhikivi stone can also be organized through the visitor centre. Transportation Land transport to the nuclear power plant and its construction site demands that a new road Hanhikiventie will be built from Highway 8 to the Hanhikivi peninsula. Hanhikiventie will be 8 metres wide and stretch four kilometres from Highway 8. A pedestrian and bicycle road will be built at the same time from Parhalahti to the power plant area. The estimated traffic flow during the construction phase is 1,000–1,500 vehicles per day. Of these, 150 are heavy vehicles. At Pyhäjoki, the estimated traffic on Highway 8 is approximately 2,300–4,000 vehicles a day, which is why a new lane will be built to the Hanhikiventie junction.
Hanhikivi Guide 2015
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