“Cooperation during the project engineering phase has been excellent and we look forward to carrying out this project together with Fabege. It is our first large-scale assignment for Fabege and we are using a collaboration form known as partnering. It is a form that we have used before for similar projects and our experience of it is extremely positive,” says Henrik Landelius, Head of NCC Building Sweden.
The office building will be seven stories and include an underground parking garage with about 120 parking spaces. The building will mainly house ICA’s new headquarters.
The building will have large glazed facades and be BREEAM-SE Excellent certified.
“We feel assured about how the initial preparations have been carried out and our impression of NCC’s staff is that they are highly competent and committed. Together, we have created a solid basis for a successful project and we are looking forward to the start of construction,” says Klas Holmgren, Director of Projects and Development Fabege.
Preparatory groundwork has recently begun at the site and construction of the actual building structure will begin at year-end 2016. The office building will be completed for occupancy in the autumn of 2018.
The project will be registered among orders during the second quarter of 2016 in the NCC Building business area.
For further information, please contact:
Fredrik Elmgren, Business Manager, NCC Building Sweden, +46 85 855 24 95
Anna Trane, Head of Corporate Media Relations, NCC, +46 70 884 74 69
NCC’s media line +46 8 585 519 00 or email@example.com
This is the type of information that NCC could be obligated to disclose pursuant to the Securities Market Act. The information was issued for publication on June 10, at 08:00 a.m. CET
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