NCC's presentation for the second quarter is held at Tändstickspalatset, Stockholm July 18. Download the Interim Report and other related material or hear our webcast from the meeting.
In partnership with Liseberg, NCC will extend the largest amusement park in the Nordic region. The assignment includes a water park, a themed destination hotel and parking facilities. Liseberg has budgeted the assignment at approximately SEK 2 billion.
New and modern office and commercial premises are being built in a historical red brick block. Be a part of the development of the most interesting area in the Helsinki region!
NCC is building two subsea road tunnels on the Faroe Islands. The contract has been divided into two sub-projects. Work on the first tunnel, called the Eysturoy tunnel, was started in December 2016 and will be completed in 2019-2020.
NCC has been commissioned by Västfastigheter to build a new and modern children’s hospital that will be directly connected to Drottning Silvias barn- och ungdomssjukhus (Queen Silvia’s Hospital for Children and Young People) in Gothenburg. This project has very high environmental ambitions.
Increased sales and slightly lower earnings for NCC in the second quarter
NCC has been commissioned by the housing development company KONstruct to build 235 rental apartments for students and a café on Gøteborg Allé in Aarhus, Denmark. The investor is the Gøteborg Allé 7 ApS investment company. The order value is approximately SEK 340 million.
NCC is to construct an office and retail complex next to Ratina shopping center in Tampere, Finland. The customer is Sponda Plc and the value of the project is approximately SEK 260 million.
Per 30 June 2018 Topdanmark Properties A/S has acquired Zenit Company House I.2, which is built by NCC and contains just over 3,500 m2 of office space in three floors.
NCC has sold the fifth and last office building of the Alberga Business Park to OP-Vuokratuotto Special Investment Fund.
The Nordic countries have agreed to strengthen cooperation around the harmonization of building regulations and standards. Greater harmonization has been found to promote a more integrated market for labor and products, with cost benefits for property owners, contractors and the public sector.