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News » International » NCC wins Arlanda office contract » published 8 Sep 2016

NCC wins Arlanda office contract

Swedavia has commissioned NCC to build a 20,000m2 office building directly adjacent to Stockholm Arlanda Airport in Sweden.

Sky City Office One will form the hub of the airport city that is emerging around the airport. It will be built between Terminals 4 and 5 under a contract that is worth an estimated SEK460m (£40.6m).

“The investment in office space that we are now making will strengthen the potential to develop Stockholm Arlanda Airport,” said Swedavia president and CEO Karl Wistrand.

NCC and Swedavia will implement the project in partnership, having jointly drafted the property programme, system documents and target price.

“NCC has solid experience of this type of partnering project, thus ensuring a more innovative and efficient construction process and ultimately a product with exceptionally high quality,” said NCC Building Sweden business manager Henrik Lundin. “We will construct a state-of-the-art office building that has a very high energy performance.”

The 11-storey building will feature an energy-efficient design with superior insulation and climate control and efficient ventilation, designed to minimise consumption. The building is set to be certified in line with the BREEAM-SE Excellent level.

Construction on the project will commence this autumn, for occupancy in summer 2018.



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This article was published on 8 Sep 2016 (last updated on 8 Sep 2016).

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