The infrastructure work and rock work for the rail connection and port areas will continue for two and a half years.
Approximately ten million tons of rock will be blasted and used as filling at the site of the new port as well as at sea in order to create new land masses for port areas and docks,” says Carina Angarth, Norvik Project Manager, NCC Infrastructure.
In addition to the ongoing earth and groundworks assignment from the Ports of Stockholm, NCC will also build a logistics and business park on its own land, where companies will be able to establish operations in a dynamic environment in close proximity to the port, road network and a major city.
The transaction will be registered in the third quarter of 2016 as follows: 55 percent in the NCC Industry business area and 45 percent in NCC Infrastructure.
For further information, please contact:
Carina Angarth, Norvik Project Manager, NCC Infrastructure, +46 (0)70 376 26 16
Anna Trane, Head of Corporate Media Relations, NCC, +46 (0)70 884 74 69
NCC’s media line +46 8 585 519 00, e-mail: email@example.com, NCC’s image bank
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