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Nordic builder NCC has secured a construction contract to develop a storage and training facility for the Swedish Armed Forces.

The building will be constructed at the LV6 Air Defence Regiment’s site in the Swedish city of Halmstad.

Awarded by the government’s Swedish Fortifications Agency, the value of the contract is worth approximately Skr660m ($59.64m).

The Swedish Fortifications Agency owns, operates, and develops defence properties in Sweden.

The 24,000m² building will span two floors and feature halls for truck and equipment repair, theoretical and simulator training rooms, office spaces, an assembly hall, changing rooms, and service spaces.

The fenced space around the structure will include shunting yards, with the entire site being developed in accordance with the Miljöbyggnad Silver environmental standard.

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NCC Building Sweden head Henrik Landelius said: “We have previously collaborated with the Swedish Fortifications Agency and are pleased to again be entrusted to build modern and functional premises for the Swedish Armed Forces.

“The training hall is a large and multifaceted project where NCC has a proven track record in similar assignments incorporating several different functions in a single building.”

Construction is expected to commence immediately and conclude in early 2026.

The order will be added by NCC to its Building Sweden business segment for the third quarter of this year.

Last year, the builder received a Skr550m contract from the Swedish Fortifications Agency to build offices, warehouses, and workshops in Sweden.