NCC to Build Car Showroom for Castellum

Sweden Sweden NCC has initiated a partnering arrangement with Castellum to build a car showroom of slightly more than 25,000 square meters in Huddinge, south of Stockholm. The project is a turnkey contract and the order value is approximately EUR 29M.  

2017-08-17

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“Smista Allé is one of our most prioritized development areas and this project, the Spejaren 4 property block, will be one of the last in the area. The building, which we will construct together with NCC, is in an ideal location for a showroom directly adjacent to the E4 expressway,” says Anders Nilsson, regional managing director at Castellum.
 
The car showroom will total slightly more than 25,000 square meters and comprise four stories. Two stories will be used as showrooms and offices and two stories as garage and parking space for cars. The building will have a Silver environmental rating from the Sweden Green Building Council.
 
The project is divided into two phases. The first phase is complete, and included planning, project engineering and preparatory groundwork. The second phase will now begin and concerns the construction.
 
“Together with Castellum, we are building a state-of-the-art car showroom on previously undeveloped land. NCC will carry out both groundwork and civil engineering works as well as the construction phase of the project, which is part of Castellum’s development of Smista Allé,” says Henrik Landelius, Head of NCC Building in Sweden.
 
Work is to begin in July and the building is scheduled to be complete at year-end 2018. 
 
The order for approximately EUR 29M will be registered in the third quarter of 2017, about 83 percent in the NCC Building business area and 17 percent in the Infrastructure business area.




Maria Olsson Äärlaht
maria@nordicpropertynews.com




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