NCC wins contract to build two apartment buildings in Sweden

WCN Editorial Team 21 Feb 2022 EUROPE BUILDINGS

Swedish construction firm NCC, in collaboration with HSB, will construct new tenant-owner apartments in central Skellefteå, Sweden.

The project contract is valued at $20.2m (SEK190m).

Work on the project involves construction of two apartment buildings with five and twelve floors, respectively.

It will include 87 tenant-owner apartments that range from studios to four-bedroom units with a balcony or terrace.

The new development will also include a parking garage with 74 car spaces on the ground floor.

A relax area and courtyard with space for socialising along with common areas with sauna will also be constructed adjacent to the new apartment buildings.

The company stated that the new buildings will be constructed as per the Sweden Green Building Council, Silver level.

They will include solar cells on the roof, a concrete frame, and facade of maintenance-free brick.

Preparatory groundwork on the project is scheduled to commence immediately, with construction planned to begin next month.

NCC Building Sweden project manager Peder Dahlberg said: “Due to NCC’s collective expertise and extensive experience in high-quality and sustainable residential construction, there is constant focus on sustainability throughout the construction process to provide future tenants with pleasant and sustainable accommodation.”

The company stated that the occupancy in the first building will begin in 2024.

Recently, NCC was awarded a SEK540m contract to build a third house, named as Kysthus III, in Hellerup, Denmark.

The new project, located in Tuborg Strandeng, Hellerup, will include 38 apartments.

Designed by Lundgaard & Tranberg Architects, the apartments will range in size from 160 to 340m2 and will be built in three clusters.


Illustration of the new tenant-owner apartments in Sweden. Credit: NCC.

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