NCC's Interim report for the first quarter of 2019 will be released on April 29. Follow the information meeting here.
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 has been commissioned by property developer Bricks A/S to build Nicolinehus in Aarhus, a construction project of 40,000 square meters valued at nearly SEK 1.4 billion. Nicolinehus will form a link between the city and the port comprising housing units, a market hall, stores, fitness centers, offices and restaurants.
NCC has been selected by state owned real estate company Senate Properties to construct the new building for the National Institute for Health and Welfare (THL) in, Helsinki, Finland. The order value is over SEK 300 million and it is one of the key partnering projects of Senate Properties.
NCC is divesting the Lyckobrunnen logistics project in Brunna, Upplands Bro, to global real estate investment firm M&G Real Estate for SEK 190 million.
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.
Starting today, NCC arranges Health and Safety Week for its fourth consecutive year. During the week, each of NCC’s more than 3,000 projects around the Nordics will dedicate time to help strengthen the health and safety culture at our worksites and workplaces.
Today is International Women’s Day, and the trend at NCC is toward a more equal company. If the shareholders vote “yes” at the Annual General Meeting, both the Executive Team and the Board of Directors will be completely equal. NCC’s management teams are 40 percent women and 60 percent men, but in total the company is 86 percent men.