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Latest Press Releases

NCC expands electricity supply in southern Stockholm

NCC has now commenced the refurbishment of one of Stockholm’s oldest national grid stations in Hammarby Sjöstad. The new main distribution station will have increased capacity and pave the way for the development of southern Stockholm. The project is a turnkey contract in partnering form on behalf of Ellevio.

NCC to build school and preschool in Turku

NCC has signed an agreement with the City of Turku to build the Suikkila school and a preschool in Turku. The assignment is a two-phase turnkey contract valued at approximately SEK 200 million.

NCC to construct 144 new prison places in Mariestad

On behalf of Specialfastigheter, NCC will conduct the initial works for construction of new prison places at the Rödjan prison in Mariestad. The assignment will take place under the parties’ strategic partnering agreement, and planning and design will commence immediately. The potential order value of the contract is approximately SEK 900 million.

Repurchase of NCC Series B shares in week 38, 2022

During the period September 19 – September 23, 2022, NCC (LEI-code 213800WRGLW3CY4MHW53) repurchased a total of 363 543 own Series B shares (ISIN: SE0000117970) under the framework of the repurchase program that the Board have decided.

Update on NCC’s earnings

NCC’s operating profit for the third quarter will be negatively impacted by the economic situation, driven primarily by the asphalt operations in the Industry business area. Unrelated to this, a small number of residential projects in Sweden will also be subject to impairment as a result of inadequate project management.

News

NCC’s climate footprint continues to shrink

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 develop new service for excavation material that offers high productivity and less climate impact

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.

A headquarters district of international standard to be built in Ruoholahti combining the environment with service culture in an entirely new way

Deloitte will bring its Finnish headquarters and over 700 employees to the We Land building to be completed in the K. A. Fagerholm Square in the Ruoholahti district of Helsinki in 2022. The target set for We Land, a concept developed by NCC, is to upgrade the Ruoholahti district into one of Helsinki’s most attractive areas. The building is designed to meet the exceptionally high BREEAM rating of Outstanding.

Participatory city development made easy for residents - We Land Ruoholahti invites passersby to give insights

NCC has partnered up with CHAOS to be on pulse of the Ruoholahti residents, frequent area users, and workers to build the most sustainable and innovative business and co-creation hub in Helsinki – We Land. CHAOS supports project’s digitalisation by bringing forward demographics, and citizens’ sentiments.

NoDig is unbeatable – not least for the climate

The name NoDig doesn’t tell the whole truth. Of course we have to dig – but much less than with other methods. It is quick, efficient, cheap – and much better for the climate.

Tove Stål

Head of Group External Relations, NCC Group