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Welcome to our Media section. In this section, you will find NCC Group press releases and news about our projects, operations and people in the Nordics. You will also find images and films, NCC in social media, NCC in brief, media contacts and much more.

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Interior of NCC head offices in Solna.

Latest Press Releases

NCC to construct stormwater tunnel in Copenhagen

NCC, in a joint venture with SMET, has been commissioned to construct a 1.3-kilometer surface water and stormwater tunnel in central Copenhagen. The project is to be performed on behalf of utility companies HOFOR and Frederiksberg Forsyning and is scheduled for completion in 2026. The order value for NCC is approximately SEK 300 million.

NCC receives payment from collectively bargained AGS group sickness insurance policy

Afa Försäkring has decided to make lump-sum payments of surpluses within the collectively bargained AGS group sickness insurance policy. For NCC this is expected to have a positive impact on EBIT in the fourth quarter of 2021 of approx. SEK 160 M, of which approx. SEK 28 M is reported in the Industry business area and approx. SEK 9 M in other subsidiaries. The remaining approx. SEK 123 M is reported in the Group under Other and eliminations.

NCC divests the asphalt business in Finland to Asfalttikallio

NCC divests its Finnish asphalt business to the Finnish based company Asfalttikallio. As previously announced, this is a small unit within NCC that has been loss-making for several years and has a better strategic fit with another owner. The transaction is expected to have a negative impact of SEK 180 M on the earnings in business area Industry in the fourth quarter 2021.

NCC sells office project in Mölndal to Platzer

NCC has signed an agreement for Platzer to acquire NCC’s Mimo project in Mölndal on its completion, which is scheduled for 2024, in accordance with the option between the parties. The transaction is based on a property value of just over SEK 1.5 billion.

NCC to develop new property project in Järva Krog

NCC has now commenced the Nova property development project, comprising approximately 13,000 square meters of office, service and retail space in Järva Krog, Stockholm. The next stage in the development of the neighborhood has thereby commenced, where NCC has already completed the first of three blocks in the area.

News

NCC to start construction of Papirøen

NCC has received planning permission and can now begin the complex large-scale construction of Papirøen together with the development company CØ P/S. The order was first communicated in 2019 and the project is expected to be completed in 2024.

NCC tests lignin for greener asphalt

NCC and RISE (Research Institutes of Sweden) have commenced collaboration to test the renewable raw material lignin as a binding agent in asphalt. The project is part of NCC’s efforts to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases and dependence on fossil products.

NCC launches updated sustainability targets

In connection with NCC’s Capital Markets meeting on November 18, NCC launched updated sustainability targets. The updated targets for 2021 and onwards are focused on Climate & Energy and Health & Safety.

Seven years with the Dome of Visions, 2013–2020 

For seven years, the NCC Dome of Visions has been a meeting place for dialogue and debate on innovation and sustainable development at various locations in the Nordic countries, most recently in Gothenburg. The project has been a platform for hundreds of seminars, exhibitions, meetings and talks. NCC recently sold the Dome of Visions in Gothenburg and an interesting and inspiring project has come to an end. The new owners, Nilsson Energy Group, will take over the building, which will continue to be a meeting place for sustainable development, with a particular focus on green hydrogen solutions. 

OOPS office project is designed and built striving at BREEAM Excellent environmental rating

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.