“This is a key area when it comes to building more efficiently and offering our customers even better solutions. Expertise in digitization strengthens our position as a leading construction company,” says Svante Hagman, Business Area Manager, NCC Infrastructure.
NCC’s newly certified VDC specialists come from all areas of the Nordic region and their expertise will play an invaluable role in all of NCC’s major construction projects. NCC is a market leader in the VDC industry thanks, in part, to its close partnership with Stanford University since 1999.
Few other companies in the world have 50 certified VDC specialists. And even more employees will receive training in the future.
“NCC is at the forefront of the industry when it comes to VDC and we want to maintain this position by providing our employees with continuous training in cutting-edge technology,” says Jan Byfors, Chief Technology Officer at NCC.
VDC is a new method of working made possible by recent advances in computer technology. The method was first developed in the 1990s and has been integrated into the operations of construction companies throughout the 2000s. More advanced computer programs and new ways of working give construction companies better control over everything from design, planning, engineering and safety to the construction process itself.
This enables faster and higher quality construction and superior designs. VDC also makes it easier to meet the customer’s needs since it is possible to view the building in a virtual environment before it is built and subsequently offer alternative solutions.
For further information, please contact:
Jan Byfors, Chief Technology Officer, NCC, +46 70 575 64 37
Anna Trane, Head of Corporate Media Relations, NCC, +46 70 884 74 69
NCC’s media line +46 8 585 519 00, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, NCC’s image bank
About NCC. Our vision is to renew our industry and provide superior sustainable solutions. NCC is one of the leading companies in construction, property development and infrastructure in Northern Europe, with sales of SEK 62 billion and 18,000 employees in 2015. The NCC share is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm.