NCC to refurbish county hospital in Trollhättan
NCC has signed an additional agreement with Västfastigheter for an assignment covering part of the refurbishment and expansion of the operation and surgery ward at Northern Älvsborg County Hospital (NÄL) in Trollhättan. The order value is approximately SEK 150 million.
NCC has previously completed several assignments at NÄL, including refurbishment and expansion of the neonatal care ward, the refurbishment of a cardiology theater, and the refurbishment of the operation division for gynecology.
“We are pleased to be part of the continuing development of NÄL alongside Västfastigheter. With our experience from previously completed projects and close dialogue with the hospital, we can maintain quality-assured and efficient work methods,” says Joakim Antonsson, Business Manager NCC Building Sweden.
The refurbishment and expansion of the operation and surgery ward encompasses four operating theaters of approximately 1,100 square meters and creating a new, hybrid 400-square meter operating theater for vascular intervention.
The contract work under this agreement will begin immediately and completion is scheduled for 2024. The transaction totals approximately SEK 150 million and will be registered among orders in the second quarter of 2023 in the NCC Building Sweden business area.
For further information, please contact:
Joakim Antonsson, Business Manager, NCC Building Sweden, +46 70 445 50 77
Anna-Lena Peterson, Communication Partner West, +46 76 521 53 08,
NCC’s media line: +46 8 585 519 00, email@example.com, NCC’s Media bank
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