Finnish construction site will be home to two high-tech building blocks

Finnish construction giant FTTN has announced plans to build two high tech buildings in Helsinki.

The building blocks will be constructed in the former FTTEN building, which was demolished in a fire in 2016.

FTTN is one of the country’s biggest construction companies.

Finland is in the midst of a national construction boom and construction companies have been looking to build high tech structures on vacant sites.

Helsinki Mayor Risto Aho said he was excited about the project and is optimistic that the project will generate revenue for the city.

“We are looking forward to working together with FTTNL and other Finnish companies to create a unique high-end building in Helsinki,” he said.

Last year, Finland built the tallest building in the world, the 12,800-foot (3,200-metre) Nokri Tower, which is now in the process of being demolished.

Finnish construction giant FTTN has announced plans to build two high tech buildings in Helsinki.The building blocks will be constructed…