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NCC's annual report was published on March 9 2020, click here to read the annual report.
The Annual General Meeting (AGM) of NCC AB took place on Wednesday April 1st, watch the movie with President and CEO Tomas Carlsson.
NCC is to construct two new healthcare buildings at Mälar Hospital in Eskilstuna and Nyköping Hospital in collaboration with Region Sörmland.
In an outstanding location in Bromma Blocks, we are creating a brand new development of smart and attractive premises for offices, a long-stay hotel and retail.
NCC, in consortium with Spanish construction and engineering company OHL, has been awarded the assignment to expand the section of railway between Lund and Flackarp in Skåne, Sweden, for the Swedish Transport Administration. The assignment comprises an option under the Lund–Arlöv Four Track project and the order value amounts to approximately SEK 800 million.
The shareholders in NCC today at the Annual General Meeting (AGM) passed resolutions concerning inter alia the adoption of the income statement and the balance sheet, discharge from liability for the Board of Directors and the CEO, dividend payment, election of the Board of Directors and director fees, election of auditor, guidelines for remuneration of senior executives and a long-term performance-based incentive program. Resolutions were also passed regarding a change in the articles of association, following a proposed change in the Swedish Companies Act.
Owing to the prevailing uncertainty in society due to the corona virus, the Board of Directors of NCC propose that the Annual General Meeting on April 1 does not resolve on any dividend. However, the intention of the Board of Directors is to, if conditions allow, convene an Extra General Meeting later in the year to decide on a dividend. The Nomination Committee has also decided to propose that the director fees remain unchanged compared to 2019.
One of the largest property development projects in the metropolitan area is underway in the Hatsinanpuisto area of Leppävaara. The first building to rise in this area developed by NCC is Trimble’s headquarters which means a joint expedition to testing and using new digital construction tools.
NCC is well on its way to achieving its climate target, to halve emissions from its own production by 2020. At mid-year, measurements showed a decrease in emissions of 42 percent since 2015. The outcome is followed up on a full-year and off-year basis, where the half-year result is usually somewhat higher as the asphalt operations are not run for full capacity during winter.
NCC and Volvo Trucks have jointly developed a digital service to increase the efficiency of loading and removal of excavation rubble. The service is now being tested at NCC’s worksite at the Centralen subproject of the West Link tunnel project and will eliminate the need for thousands of truck journeys and reduce CO2 emissions by a thousand tons.