Peab has secured a turnkey contract to construct apartments, offices, and a garage in Jönköping, Sweden.  

The Skr368m ($35.12m) development was commissioned by Brandtornet for the apartments and Hamhus for the office building. 

The site, situated near Jönköping University in the city’s western segment, is currently a car park accommodating approximately 150 spaces. 

Brandtornet managing director Joachim Nilforsen said: “We’re convinced that Jönköping with its unique location will continue to grow. To be part of this development of Jönköping and create new rental apartments feels incredibly stimulating.” 

Peab will be responsible for the creation of two connected buildings and a courtyard, as well as a large, shared underground garage on new block Grävlingen. 

The residential building will offer 191 apartments ranging from one to three-bedroom units and will encompass kitchen rental apartments. 

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Meanwhile, the new office building will provide approximately 6,000m² of rentable space across six floors. 

Both buildings will include brick facades and roof terraces, adhering to the Miljöbyggnad Silver standard.  

Peab region manager Anders Bergeling said: “We’re pleased and proud to be entrusted with realising Brandtornet’s and Hamhus’ construction on one of the best locations in Jönköping.  

“The project is right in line with our ambition to work locally and offer our customers a locally produced product.” 

Jönköping Municipality will decontaminate the site, which is scheduled to begin construction in December this year, with completion anticipated by May 2028. 

Peab will register the project in the first quarter of 2024. 

Last week, Peab secured an €11m contract to construct a new fire station in Kaarina, Finland.