NCC signs contract to build new office building in Denmark

WCN Editorial Team 18 Aug 2021 EUROPE BUILDINGS

Swedish construction company NCC has signed a contract worth nearly $45.95m (SEK400m) to build a new office building for pension company PensionDanmark at Marmormolen wharf in Copenhagen, Denmark.

The move comes after NCC was selected as the turnkey contractor for the 13,000m2 construction project.

Construction work on the project is scheduled to commence in the third quarter of this year with completion expected in summer 2023.

The project is designed by PLH Arkitekter and will seek to achieve a minimum sustainability certification of DGNB Gold for the structure.

NCC project manager Ole Møller Petersen said: “The project will be carried out through a highly constructive collaboration between the developer, consultants and NCC. The result will be an office building that maintains a high level of quality in terms of layout, choice of materials, sustainability and indoor climate.”

Located in central Copenhagen in the old free port area, Marmormolen wharf has been recently transformed from an international port into a residential area with supermarkets, offices, restaurants and subway connections.

NCC is already building DFDS’s head office in the area.

PensionDanmark senior vice president Marius Møller said: “The construction of this office building marks the completion of the Marmormolen area, which will respond well to PensionDanmark’s property investment ideals.

“We are creating a vibrant, attractive business district in central Copenhagen, with beautiful surroundings and a focus on sustainability. This will enable us to offer a range of fantastic workplaces and a sound investment for our members’ pension savings.”

Recently, NCC won a SEK320m contract to build nearly 155 apartments in Danderyd, Sweden in partnership with Aros Bostad.

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The bridge between the buildings creates a distinct image in the urban space. Credit: PLH Architects/ © NCC.

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