Construction of New Sites

 

Callio in the Pyhäsalmi mine has to offer tens of kilometers of tunnels which can be turned into research infrastructures. This has been already done at 75 meters (instruments have their own housing), 660 meters (greenhouses built inside old service caverns) and in at 1430 meters where old tunnel end was turned into experimental hall.

If more specific conditions and sizes are required the option would be to excavate new cavern to meet the requirements. The surrounding bedrock has been carefully studied by the mining company and detailed analysis were done during the Laguna Design study and Laguna LBNO projects how vast caverns could be safely excavated deep underground 1 400 meters. New locations can also be excavated at shallower depths.

Define

Define your needs and specifications.

 

Define

Together with the experts from Callio design and optimize your plans.

 

Construction- photo by W.H.Trzaska

Based on your requirements and designs a proper installation can be achieved.

Research photo by j.joutsenvaara

And finally, it is time for research

Callio Energy Park on kokonaisenergiataseeltaan yksi Suomen houkuttelevimpia yritysalueita, joka luo Pyhäsalmen kaivosinfrastruktuurille uutta elinkaarta ja auttaa alueen rakennemuutoksen hallintaa uusien elinkeinomahdollisuuksien luomisessa. #CallioPyhajarvi #CallioEnergyPark twitter.com/pulkkinen_anne…

@oamk_ouas tekniikan ja luonnonvara-alan yksikön #Oamk_Telu Minieines projekti tuo hyönteisruuan esille #Pohjoisen Bugi 2020 tapahtumassa @CallioLab twitter.com/EdibleFrom/sta…

#CallioPyhajarvi'n sinitakkisten joukko se vaan kasvaa. Perjantaina #Henri1kKiviniemi'n takitettavana #anttisiikaaho Pyhäsalmen kaivoksella. #TEM_uutiset #PyhasalmiMine pic.twitter.com/Rs0nF3WW90

Uusiokäytöllä voi olla liiketoimintaedellytyksiä ja työllisyysvaikutuksia, jotka auttavat jopa auttavat ratkaisemaan ympäristövaikutuksia...Byrokratia ei saa olla este Pyhäjärven kaivoksen kehittämiselle, kertoo Raimo Piirainen (sd.) bit.ly/34H5JlT #CallioPyhajarvi pic.twitter.com/92UgJjCb74

What do you expect to see at the depth of 1.5 km? Physicists filling the #underground Lab 2 of @CallioPyhajarvi with their instruments. The research is done as a part of @BalticRegBSUIN project. #BSUIN @UniOulu @uniofjyvaskyla @baltic_sea_prog @Moedas #interreg #BSR #BSI pic.twitter.com/HIaGPiZ6OV Retweeted by Callio Lab