One of Sörmland’s biggest construction projects of modern times is now in full swing. Sörmland County Council has commissioned NCC to build workplaces and patient care facilities for the health service of the future. Four major newbuild projects and a number of refits are to be carried out as the County Council modernizes its operations at three of the county’s hospitals.
The partnering project Framtidens Sjukhus (Hospitals of the Future) involves around 30 sub-projects in close collaboration with the County Council.
A wide range of refitting and renovation projects are already under way, and several health service buildings have had their final inspection and been taken into use by the County Council.
The building work is expected to continue until 2024.
Renovating and building new hospitals is a sustainable investment, since the new premises will have significantly lower energy consumption and better operating costs than the old ones. The work environment for employees is also improved and a more efficient health service is good for patients.
NCC has been commissioned by Sörmland County Council to carry out one of the county’s biggest ever construction projects. The project is generating many jobs and creating growth in the region.