YIT leads the way in construction field. YIT creates more attractive and sustainable urban environments by building housing, business premises, infrastructure and entire areas. YIT has a strong market position: it is the largest residential construction company in Finland and the largest foreign residential construction company in Russia. YIT is also specialized in demanding business premises and infrastructure construction and paving. YIT is pursuing well-managed and profitable growth in all businesses in Finland, Russia, the Baltic countries, Central Eastern Europe and Scandinavia.
YIT aims at being a leading European developer, builder and service provider creating shared value with high responsibility. We aim at improving our quality and customer service further and continuously introduce new and innovative housing solutions for consumers. Our success is first and foremost based on skilled employees and continuous development of competence.
The new YIT was created when over 100-year-old YIT Corporation and Lemminkäinen Corporation merged on February 1, 2018. In July 2019 YIT also announced to sell its Nordic paving and mineral aggregates businesses. The transaction is estimated to take place at the beginning of 2020. In 2018, the company’s restated pro forma revenue was approximately EUR 3.2 billion. YIT’s shares are listed on NASDAQ OMX Helsinki.
Residential construction: housing, leisure homes, regional development
- Finland, Russia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Czech Republic, Slovakia
Business premises: offices, retails, logistic centres, production facilities, storages, public buildings
- Finland, Russia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Slovakia
Infrastructure construction: earthworks, foundation works, piling and foundation reinforcement, tunneling, and underground construction, harbour construction and dredging, municipal engineering, and the construction of streets, roads, bridges and cavern facilities.
- Finland, Sweden, Norway, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania
Paving, mineral aggregates
- Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania