Media

Welcome to our Media section. In this section, you will find NCC Group press releases and news about our projects, operations and people in the Nordics. You will also find images and films, NCC in social media, NCC in brief, media contacts and much more.

NCC's Media line: +46 858 551 900
E-mail: press@ncc.se

Anna Trane, Head of Corporate Media Relations & Press, NCC Group. Photo/illustration: Sten Jansin
Anna Trane

Head of Corporate Media Relations & Press, NCC Group

Latest Press Releases

Conversion of shares in NCC AB

In accordance with NCC’s Articles of Association, owners of Series A shares are entitled to request that their shares be converted to Series B shares. As a result of such conversion, the total number of voting rights in the company is reduced. In connection with conversion, the company is obligated, pursuant to the Swedish Financial Instruments Trading Act (1991:980), to disclose details of the change in this manner.

NCC’s expert:

“Santa Claus should be able to land on house roofs”

NCC to construct school in Järvenpää, Finland

NCC has been commissioned to construct the new Kinnari school in Järvenpää, Finland. The project will be carried out with the customer, the city of Järvenpää, in the form of a partnering arrangement. The project is valued at approximately SEK 255 million.

NCC donates SEK 1 million to relief organizations focused on children’s well-being

Instead of distributing Christmas gifts to customers and personnel, NCC is donating SEK 1 million to relief organizations focused on children’s well-being. Employees and customers have been able to play a part in deciding which organization will be allocated the bulk of the donation. Doctors Without Borders will receive the largest share of SEK 500,000, while UNICEF and Plan International will each receive SEK 250,000.

NCC to build Global Business Gate in Gothenburg

NCC has launched a partnering arrangement with Global Business Gate for an entirely new office project in the Masthuggskajen district in Gothenburg. The assignment has been divided into two phases, and the total order value is expected to amount to approximately SEK 900 million.