Skanska wins $135M contract in Sweden

WCN Editorial Team 8 Feb 2017 EUROPE BUILDINGS

Swedish construction firm Skanska has won a SEK1.2bn ($135M) contract from AMF Fastigheter to build a new commercial and office project in central Stockholm, Sweden.

Under the project, Skanska will demolish the existing building, carry out ground improvements and construct a 12-storey facility totaling 44,000 sq m.

The project is targeting Platinum certification, the highest level on the environmental certification system LEED for Core and Shell.

Construction work on the project will commence soon. The building is expected to open in 2019.

The development is part of AMF Fastigheter's Urban Escape project, which includes an entire block of five buildings on 130,000 sq m in the centre of Stockholm.

* Data provided by Timetric's Construction Intelligence Center.

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