NCC and Liseberg amusement park, through the development company Liseberg Skår AB, have signed a contract for an expansion including a destination hotel with 457 rooms, located at the Nordic region’s largest amusement park. The order value is approximately SEK 850 million.
NCC is to develop a new, attractive city district comprising housing, a hotel, stores and restaurants on Papirøen island in central Copenhagen. The order amounts to SEK 1.7 billion.
NCC’s interim report for January-September 2019 was released on Monday the 28th of October. The report was distributed and available on NCC’s website, www.ncc.se/ir, on 07:10 a.m. (CET).
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 is to build the new headquarters of Danish shipping line DFDS in Copenhagen for PensionDanmark. On completion, the building will resemble a large vessel docked at port.
Improved earnings from a stable base
NCC is to develop a new, attractive city district comprising housing, a hotel, stores and restaurants on Papirøen island in central Copenhagen on behalf of development company CØ P/S. The order amounts to SEK 1.7 billion.
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.
What distinguishes a Mega project and what is required to successfully run and manage a Mega Project? The question is highly relevant for those who started NCC's training NCC Mega Project Management Program last week. The training is a part of a major investment NCC makes in project management.
Over just seven years, 25 of some 30 asphalt plants in Sweden have been converted to run on biofuel. There are strong hopes for similar progress in other Nordic countries.