NCC is to construct an office and retail complex next to Ratina shopping center in Tampere. The customer is Sponda Plc and the value of the project is approximately EUR 25M.
NCC is to renovate Linnanmaa University Campus in Oulu on behalf of the University of Finland. The renovation is part of the Cooperative Campus 2020 project to create premises for the University of Oulu. The order amounts to approximately EUR 33M.
In partnership with Liseberg, NCC will extend the largest amusement park in the Nordic region. The assignment includes a water park, a themed destination hotel and parking facilities in the city centre of Gothenburg. Liseberg, through the Liseberg Skår development company, has budgeted the assignment at approximately EUR 194M.
NCC has been commissioned by Svenska Bostäder to build 172 rental apartments in Tensta. The project is part of the joint public utility housing framework agreement for the Stockholmshusen program, in which NCC is one of four contractors. The order is worth approximately SEK 250 million.
NCC is divesting an office project in Lysaker outside Oslo in Norway, to Arctic Securities. The transaction is being conducted as a sale of the company with an underlying property value of approximately EUR 31M.
Citycon is to acquire NCC’s 50 percent share of Mölndal Galleria for a purchase consideration based on a property value corresponding to EUR 56M.
NCC launches Loop Industries, a tech company focusing on scalable businesses in the construction industry. The company’s portfolio currently comprises Loop Rocks, Loop Rocks Express and Hauly, digital platforms for logistics, building materials and transport.
Tomas Carlsson, who has been appointed as the new President and CEO of NCC, will assume the position on May 7th, nearly two months earlier than planned. Tomas Carlsson is currently employed at the listed architecture and engineering consultancy Sweco.
NCC expands in Copenhagen through the purchase of an attractive building right in the expansive area Valby. Carola Lavén, Head of NCC Property Development, tells Nordic Property News about the future of Valby and the company's view of the Danish office market.
NCC has signed an agreement with the Swedish Transport Administration for the assignment to construct Central Station, which is a significant phase of the West Link project in Gothenburg.
NCC is to acquire the construction company Jakobsen & Blindkilde and will thereby gain a substantially stronger foothold primarily in Jutland but also in the rest of Denmark.
Niam has signed unconditional agreements to acquire Suurpelto Retail Center and Laajasalo Retail Center in Helsinki from NCC Property Development.
NCC has been commissioned by Västfastigheter to rebuild Skaraborg Hospital in Skövde for more suitable, modern premises. The assignment is a partnering arrangement in two phases, of which the total order value is approximately EUR 61M.
NCC has been commissioned by Danica Ejendomsselskab to build rental units at Bakkedraget by Tuborg Havn marina, Copenhagen. The order is worth EUR 63M.
NCC has been commissioned by Akademiska Hus to carry out an expansion of the Ångström Laboratory at Uppsala University. The order value is approximately EUR 93M.
NCC is to construct the Dansmästaren project in partnering form with Uppsalahem and Uppsala Parkerings AB. The project will include 133 rental apartments, a parking facility and large premises in the Rosendal district of Uppsala. The order value is EUR 30M.
Swedish major player NCC has appointed Peter Wågström's successor. The new CEO tells Nordic Property News about his comeback at the company and the potential of NCC.
NCC and the pension company Pension Danmark have signed a divestment deal regarding an office property and a hotel property that NCC will construct and erect in Århus.
Kenneth Nilsson has been appointed new Head of Business Area NCC Infrastructure and will become a member of the Executive Management Team. Kenneth Nilsson joins NCC from Skanska, where he most recently served as the head of Skanska Civil East in the US.
Aberdeen Asset Management and ELF Development have signed the transaction of a 17,000 sqm mixed use property at the project stage. The project is located on Lindholm Brygge in Aalborg, Denmark. The sales price is undisclosed. Construction of the project starts in the beginning of 2018, and is scheduled for completion during the summer of 2020.
NCC has launched a partnering arrangement with Global Business Gate for a new office project in the Masthuggskajen district in Gothenburg. The assignment has been divided into two phases, and the total order value is expected to amount to approximately EUR 90M.
NCC has signed a contract to build a factory expansion in Vantaa, Finland, for Murata Electronics Oy. The project is a design and build contract and the value is approximately EUR 37M.
NCC has been selected as the construction partner for a hospital project in Oulu, Finland. The project includes two new buildings – a women’s and children’s hospital, and the first phase of a new main hospital.
NCC Property Development and EY have signed a lease for a new headquarters of approximately 8,000 square meters in Frederiksberg, Copenhagen.
The Board of Directors of NCC has decided to replace the Group’s CEO Peter Wågström in order to increase focus on the construction and civil engineering operations. Recruitment of a new CEO will commence immediately. Håkan Broman, who has served as General Counsel at NCC for many years, will assume the position of acting CEO as of October 30 until such time as a new CEO is in place.