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A Group-wide safety training course, safety drills, health walks, seminars and the introduction of daily health and safety briefings. This week at NCC is once again devoted to health and safety at all NCC workplaces across the Nordic region to promote the company’s shared safety culture.
NCC’s Code of Conduct, which describes how to act in a work context, applies to all employees and managers, plus NCC’s board and business partners. Now NCC updates and includes new areas to the code.
NCC has recruited Petri Bergström to the position as Head of Property Development Finland
Today is International Women’s Day and although NCC and many other companies in the construction industry have a long way to go until the industry is gender-equal, progress is being made. If the company’s shareholders approve a motion to be presented to the Annual General Meeting in early April, NCC will become the first construction company among the stock market’s large cap companies with a majority of female Board members. According to statistics from the Swedish Construction Federation, NCC is also one of the only companies in the construction industry with a higher percentage of female managers than the industry average.
A first cargo ship loaded with several hundred tons of tunneling machinery and equipment is setting course today for the Eysturoy and Sandoy Tunnels project in the Faroes. Up to three cargo ships will carry equipment to the group of islands over the coming months.
A growing market for stone materials in Trøndelag created a need for NCC to increase production capacity at Gjølme quarry in Orkanger. When it was discovered that NCC Finland had a crusher that was no longer being used, it was disassembled and shipped the 2400 km to Trøndelag in Norway.
NCC has the privilege of helping develop and build our society, every day. Through our Christmas donation, together we can make a common effort to help the people who live under the most difficult conditions on earth. Three organizations will therefore share NCC’s annual Christmas donation of one million kronor. NCC’s employees have voted on how to distribute the Christmas donation.
Every Christmas, instead of sending Christmas cards or gifts to customers and employees, we at NCC choose to donate one million kronor to organizations that dedicate themselves to making life better for those who are the most disadvantaged.
The Nordic NCC campaign, The Rotebro Job, is nominated in the competition 100-wattaren.
No other company has deployed Bluebeam’s paperless technology so rapidly. That’s why the US company visited NCC’s head office in Solna yesterday to see how they did it.
17 foreign-born graduate and university-trained engineers are ready to start school – again. They will be improving their knowledge in areas including culture, social norms in the workplace, safety and the work environment. NCC Nystart is a job market training program developed in cooperation with Kunskapsskolan and the Swedish Public Employment Service.
NCC has been commissioned by Svenska Kraftnät to renew part of the Konti-Skan electricity link that comprises an important link for the supply of electricity in both Sweden and Denmark. The cable is expected to start electricity transmission in September 2016.
With millions of people on the move, seeking refuge and asylum, it feels more urgent than ever to create hope and faith in the future for those who need it most this Christmas.
Together with the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) and Doctors Without Borders, we are launching a fundraiser to support people fleeing the war in Syria, Afganistan and Iraq. NCC has already pledged to donate SEK 200,000 (approx. EUR 20,000). Now every employee can help raise additional funds via a collection. The money we raise will be divided equally between UNHCR and Doctors Without Borders.
NCC’s 2014 Christmas Donation is helping SOS Children’s Villages construct a family home for abandoned children in Bolivia. The house gives the children the opportunity to grow up to become strong, self-secure adults.
NCC's 2014 Christmas donation is now being used to provide poor mothers in Haiti with medical help for complicated births. Health care is too expensive for the majority of the population of the country.
Triumph in Cannes as the Copenhagen project takes home the MIPIM award!
The Løsmasse Tunnel in Trondheim, Norway, has been named the winner of the Civil Engineering Project of the Year 2014 award. NCC was presented the award yesterday, Wednesday, at the Byggedagarna construction days in Oslo.
Clean water is now improving the life of the inhabitants in ten villages in Niger. A further 30 water pumps will be in operation at the end of February. The pumps were financed by NCC's 2013 Christmas gift.