With the new hospital plans NCC’s share of the project is now altogether about SEK 1,100 million.
In an outstanding location in Bromma Blocks, we are creating a brand new development of smart and attractive premises for offices, a long-stay hotel and retail.
NCC has been commissioned by Bane NOR in Norway to carry out concreting works on the Loenga-Ekebergåsen line, a part of the expansion of the Follo Line between Oslo and Ski — Norway’s largest infrastructure project of the modern era.
NCC and the Municipality of Burlöv will build the new Burlövsbadet swimming center in Arlöv, just north of Malmö. The assignment is a construction partnering project and the order value is SEK 290 million.
NCC has been commissioned by the Swedish Transport Administration to construct a weather-protected pedestrian walkway over European route E18 and the Roslagsbanan light rail line connecting the new Arninge Station with Arninge retail park. The assignment also includes redevelopment of the Arninge interchange, several new bus stops, bus lanes and water and wastewater works. The contract is valued at SEK 355 million.
According to NCC’s articles of association, owners of Series A shares are entitled to request that such shares be converted to Series B shares. Conversion reduces the total number of voting rights in the company.
Deloitte will bring its Finnish headquarters and over 700 employees to the We Land building to be completed in the K. A. Fagerholm Square in the Ruoholahti district of Helsinki in 2022. The target set for We Land, a concept developed by NCC, is to upgrade the Ruoholahti district into one of Helsinki’s most attractive areas. The building is designed to meet the exceptionally high BREEAM rating of Outstanding.
NCC has partnered up with CHAOS to be on pulse of the Ruoholahti residents, frequent area users, and workers to build the most sustainable and innovative business and co-creation hub in Helsinki – We Land. CHAOS supports project’s digitalisation by bringing forward demographics, and citizens’ sentiments.
On Friday 7 June, NCC celebrated its breakthrough in the sub-sea Eysturoy Tunnel’s 11.2 km long main branch which, on completion, will cut journey times to the capital Tórshavn from many locations on the Faroe Islands.