Tomas Carlsson has been appointed the new President and CEO of NCC. Tomas is currently employed at the listed architecture and engineering consultancy Sweco.
NCC AB’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) was held at Grand Hôtel, Vinterträdgården, Stockholm, on Wednesday April 11, 2018.
NCC's presentation for the first quarter is held at Klara Strand, Stockholm today. Download the Interim Report and other related material or see our webcast from the meeting.
We’re now looking for employees who want to develop the best sustainable solutions for the future.
No matter whether you need help to simply repair a driveway or extensive paving of large areas, we have the experienced and dedicated personnel and the right resources for all types of asphalt work.
Strong orders received but lower profit due to break-even result in NCC Property Development
Pursuant to its mandate from the Annual General Meeting held on April 11, 2018, the Board of Directors of NCC AB (publ) has decided to repurchase and sell the company’s own Series B shares.
Citycon is to acquire NCC’s 50 percent share of Mölndal Galleria for a purchase consideration based on a property value corresponding to SEK 584 million.
NCC had both an award winner and a finalist when the Affärsvärlden business magazine presented its Legal Counsel of the Year and Rising Star of the Year awards for 2018. Håkan Broman, General Counsel and acting CEO of NCC, was named as Legal Counsel of the Year and Jessica Hellner, acting General Counsel of NCC Infrastructure, was nominated in the Rising Star of the Year category.
NCC’s SVP Corporate Sustainability Christina Lindbäck has been ranked as one of the most influential people in sustainability in Sweden. Christina Lindbäck is ranked 75. Sustainability is a prioritized area for NCC and essential to maintaining its leading position and generating growth.
NCC has strengthened its external footprint in the media with more news, an increased share of positive articles, and greater visibility for its focus areas. These are the main results in an analysis by media monitoring firm Retriever, conducted between 2014 and 2017.