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Property management company Micasa Fastigheter has awarded a contract worth $27.54m (SEK250m) to NCC to refurbish and upgrade the Enskededalen block of service apartments in Enskede, Sweden, according to an announcement.

Located in southern Stockholm, the Enskededalen block of service apartments was constructed in 1979.

In 2005, Micasa Fastigheter acquired Enskededalen, which is part of the Dalen 20 property.

The health and social care facilities, as well as homes for the elderly people, are now being constructed at the block.

NCC’s scope of work under the contract involves a complete structural refurbishment of the Enskededalen block.

It will involve surface renovations, roofing works, demolition, plumbing upgrade, installations, the installation of solar cells and the replacement of windows and window doors.

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Additionally, the company will be responsible for the refurbishment of courtyards.

NCC stated that the total refurbishment area covers about 23,000m² and the company aims to construct 215 homes for the elderly.

NCC Building Sweden head Henrik Landelius said: “We are pleased that Micasa Fastigheter has once again decided to cooperate with us, especially for such an extensive and technically advanced project such as the total refurbishment of the Enskededalen block of service apartments.

“We will utilise our extensive experience and competence in this project. The refurbishment will start at the beginning of 2022.”

Construction work on the project is scheduled to begin in the first quarter of this year with completion planned at the end of 2024.

In August last year, NCC secured a contract from PensionDanmark to construct a new office building at the Marmormolen wharf in Copenhagen.