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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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Latest Press Releases

NCC to expand Forslunda water treatment plant in Umeå

NCC and Vakin are now initiating an expansion of the Forslunda water treatment plant in Umeå to meet the increased capacity needs of the municipality. The project is a design-build contract and the order value is SEK 180 million.

Invitation to presentation of NCC’s interim report for the fourth quarter and full-year 2022

NCC’s interim report for the fourth quarter and full-year 2022 will be published on Tuesday January 31, 2023. The report will be distributed and published on NCC’s website ncc.com/ir at, or around, 7:10 a.m. CET.

NCC to build Hokksund Treatment Plant in Norway

On behalf of Övre Eiker Municipality in south-eastern Norway, NCC has been contracted to build the new Hokksund Treatment Plant. Construction will commence in early 2023 and the order value is approximately SEK 350 million.

NCC signs construction contract to build Park Central in Gothenburg

NCC has signed an agreement for the construction of Park Central. This project comprises a station and office building totaling approximately 40,000 square meters and is to be constructed directly adjacent to Gothenburg Central Station and the West Link (Västlänken) Centralen station.

NCC to refurbish 303 residential units for BO-VEST in Copenhagen

NCC has been contracted by BO-VEST and Vridsløselille Andelsboligforening to refurbish 303 residential units in the Blokland area of Albertslund on the outskirts of Copenhagen in Denmark. The order value is approximately SEK 440 million.

News

NCC awarded contract for water treatment plant in northern Stockholm

NCC has initiated a partnership with Norrvatten to plan for the expansion of drinking water production in northern Stockholm. A new plant will supplement <br />the existing Görväln water treatment plant in the Järfälla district of Stockholm, thereby increasing the production capacity of clean drinking water.

Tove Stål

Head of Group External Relations, NCC Group