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NCC has been selected as the construction partner for a hospital project in Oulu, Finland. The project includes two new buildings – a women’s and children’s hospital, and the first phase of a new main hospital. The customer is the Joint Municipal Authority of the Health Care District of Northern Ostrobothnia. The total order value is approximately SEK 705 million.
In accordance with NCC’s Articles of Association, owners of Series A shares are entitled to request that their shares be converted to Series B shares. As a result of such conversion, the total number of voting rights in the company is reduced. In connection with conversion, the company is obligated, pursuant to the Swedish Financial Instruments Trading Act (1991:980), to disclose details of the change in this manner.
The Swedish Transport Administration has selected NCC, in consortium with the German company Wayss & Freytag Ingeniurbau AG, to build the Korsvägen phase of the West Link project. The total order value is SEK 3.8 billion and the contract is expected to be signed in early December.
In partnership with the City of Helsingborg, NCC is to construct the Landborgen link, a six-story underground car and bicycle garage as well as pedestrian and bicycle ways, which will join the city districts above the approximately 20-meter-high Landborgen cliff with the city center. The total order value is an estimated SEK 350 million.
In cooperation with Varbergs Fastighets AB, NCC will design and build a new swimming complex in Varberg, Sweden. The assignment will be carried out as a partnering arrangement and comprise two phases. The total order value is expected to amount to approximately SEK 350 million.
NCC has been commissioned to conduct extensive infrastructure work for the Markbygden ETT wind farm in Piteå. The contract value is approximately SEK 800 million.
NCC has appointed Ann-Marie Hedbeck as new acting Legal Counsel, member of the Executive Management Team and Secretary of the Board. Ann-Marie Hedbeck replaces NCC’s current General Counsel Håkan Broman, who has assumed the position of acting President and CEO of NCC since October 30.