NCC Building Nordics constructs housing and offices for both public and private customers in Denmark, Finland and Norway.
The Building business is conducted throughout the Nordics through two business areas. NCC Building Sweden operates in the Swedish market and NCC Building Nordics serves the Danish, Finnish and Norwegian markets.
NCC Building Nordics primarily constructs housing and offices, but also builds public premises, such as schools, hospitals and sport halls, and commercial premises, such as retail stores and storage facilities.
An increasingly important market is refurbishment of residential buildings and offices. Buildings from the 1960s and 70s are in great need of renovation and NCC has the ambition to be a major player in this market.
With a high level of competence within sustainability, digitalization and collaborative customer cooperation methods NCC Building Nordics develop the projects together with customers in an early stage.
Bertta is a concept that helps municipalities to engage in the renovation of older housing areas. Bertta is a compact multi-family dwelling that can be built on, for example, a car park or in a backyard. The population of an area can thus be densified in an attractive manner. The mix of new builds and upgraded older buildings leads to variety in the area and among the residents. The suburb becomes more stable and socially sustainable.
The new Ulsmåg School in Bergen is a low-energy building with grass covering most of the roof space. The school is being built in solid wood and solar cells will provide the school with additional electricity. A sheep pasture is the closest neighbor to the school. For NCC, it has been important to use healthy materials and, accordingly, the school is being built nearly entirely of wood (90 percent).
Externally, a sedum roof contributes to a feeling that the school is at one with nature. The school will house about 600 pupils.
Portland Towers in the Port of Copenhagen has been transformed from cement silos to modern offices. The two building structures give the impression of floating 24 meters up in the air. And, at the top, 59-meters high, sits a specially built nesting box that will hopefully attract peregrine falcons.
Portland Towers is expected to be certified according to BREEAM Very Good.