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News » International » Skanska picked for Stockholm hospital expansion » published 29 Jun 2017

Skanska picked for Stockholm hospital expansion

Skanska is to expands St Görans Hospital in Stockholm, Sweden, under a contract woth SEK 1.3bn (£118m).

The project, which is for client Locum, involves rebuilding of existing hospital buildings and adding two new buildings.

As well as increasing the capacity, the hospital will also accommodate a new maternity department and scope for expanding its scope of treatment in areas including neurology, pulmonary medicine and urology as well as breast cancer care.

The intention is that the rebuilt and newly constructed buildings will be certified according to the Miljöbyggnad standard, which focuses on energy, indoor environment and materials. The Miljöbyggnad environmental classification system is administered by the Swedish Green Building Council.

Work is scheduled to be completed during the fourth quarter of 2020.



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This article was published on 29 Jun 2017 (last updated on 29 Jun 2017).

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