NCC’s interim report for Q2 2020 was released on Friday, July 17.
NCC has sold the office building Next, which will become the headquarters of Fiskars Group when finished in late 2021, to German Warburg-HIH Invest Real Estate.
NCC has been commissioned by Fabege AB to construct a 35,000-square-meter office building next to Arenastaden in Solna, Sweden.
Because of the coronavirus situation we have created an information page from us at NCC.
NCC Building has commenced the construction of Manglerud Swim and Activity Center, a turnkey contract with collaboration throughout the project.
At the NCC AGM 2020, Anders Oscarsson was elected to represent AMF & AMF Fonder in the coming Nomination Committee. AMF & AMF Fonder, NCC’s third largest owner, has decided to change representative to Peter Guve, asset manager at AMF Fonder.
When NCC concludes what has happened since Awareness Day was introduced in 2011, there is a visible trend of fewer serious accidents occurring at NCC when employees are given more responsibility for the work environment at their own work sites. Clear procedures, reporting and monitoring, as well as tools such as Time Out and daily safety briefings have yielded results, but the safety work must continue.
NCC has been commissioned by Norrköping Municipality to build a 700-meter-long quay as part of the “Inre hamnen” (Inner Harbor) project. The order value is approximately SEK 260 million.
Buildings A and B at the OOPS office site are rising rapidly in the Leppävaara district of Espoo, greater Helsinki area. The OOPS Campus was designed from the early planning stages according to the sustainability requirements of the international environmental rating BREEAM Excellent.
2020 marks the fifth year that NCC conducts a Health and Safety week throughout the entire organization. The Corona pandemic has made certain adjustments to the program necessary – but has at the same time proven the importance of the topic.
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.