Saabunud kiri: HEATworkshop in Tartu

Asja number: VP-17-0126
Sari: 19-2 Välisprojektidega seotud dokumendid (s.h. projektitaotlused- ja muudatused, väljamaksetaotlused, aruanded, hankedokumendid ja kirjavahetus)
Teema: HEATworkshop in Tartu
Registreeritud: 05.02.2019
Kellele saadetud: Anneli Säälik
Dokumendi liik: Kiri
Edastamise viis: E-post

Organisatsioon: WSP Finland Limited
Saatja kuupäev: 04.02.2019

Seisund: Lõpetatud
Vastutav töötaja: Marju Laur
Vastamise tähtaeg: 05.03.2019
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Hide details for "Vihanti, Kaisuliina" ---04.02.2019 11:11:48---Dear Mati, Our Tartu HEAT-workshop is coming soon and we would like to confirm still the timetable o"Vihanti, Kaisuliina" ---04.02.2019 11:11:48---Dear Mati, Our Tartu HEAT-workshop is coming soon and we would like to confirm still the timetable o

From: "Vihanti, Kaisuliina" <>
To: "Mati Raamat" <>
Date: 04.02.2019 11:11
Subject: RE: HEAT workshop in Tartu

Dear Mati,

Our Tartu HEAT-workshop is coming soon and we would like to confirm still the timetable of the day. Based on our transport connections, we suggest the following timetable:

    • Introduction and general about working with the HEAT-tool
    • Working with the calculations
    • Refining results of the calculations
    • Summarizing the calculations
Workshop “open hour” for members outside HEAT project

Does this sound ok to you? We would be arriving to Tartu the night before the workshop and sleeping in a hotel a while before the workshop and our bus for the preferred ferry is leaving at 15:30. This is why we prefer to start the day early and finish by 15.00.

As Jurmala city may not be attending the seminar, there is also time to arrange a meeting with stakeholders in the end of the day. Just let us know if you consider this option a good idea, and if the “open hour” is possible to arrange on short notice.

We will book our trip to Tartu after we have confirmed the timetable, so we hope to hear from you soon 😊

Best regards,

Kaisuliina Vihanti
Project Engineer
Mobility and Transport

T+ 358 40 5599 520

WSP Finland Ltd.
Hevosenkenkä 3
FI-02600 Espoo

From: Mati Raamat []
tiistai 8. tammikuuta 2019 14.19
Kanerva-Lehto Heli <>
Lehto, Hannu <>; Vihanti, Kaisuliina <>; Marju Laur <>; Peep Margus <>
Re: HEAT workshop in Tartu

Dear all.
We are a little confused.

We have agreed that we will have the HEAT tool
consultations by WSP on 14. February.
It will take place in Tartu and Jurmala will come too, if they find finance for that.
And the participants will be the HEAT project members.

After we have had the consultations and the skype meeting some da in March,
we will introduce the HEAT tool to Tartu stakehiolders, we will have the Tartu

Does WSP want to come to the Tartu Workshop besides it will come to the consultations in 14. February?

Or, did You mena that we should make the stakeholders workshop and WSP HEAT consultations as "Two in one" on 14. february?

Mati Raamat


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"Kanerva-Lehto Heli" <>
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"Vihanti, Kaisuliina" <>, "Lehto, Hannu" <>
08.01.2019 11:52
HEAT workshop in Tartu

Dear Mati,

I ensured from Karolina that you have in your WP2 budget the money for Tartu workshop catering, materials etc.
So you can organize freely the HEAT workshop in co-operation with WSP Finland and Jurmala. Have you fixed the date yet?


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