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Veidekke to Build New Voldsløkka School in Oslo
Veidekke has entered into a contract with Undervisningsbygg Oslo KF to build the new Voldsløkka Secondary School in Oslo. The City of Oslo has major environmental ambitions and the school is being built as an energy-plus building.
Veidekke to Build 184 Apartments at Vollebekk
Obos Nye Hjem has awarded Veidekke the contract to build the Humla housing cooperative, which is the fifth building stage with 184 apartments and parking facilities at Vollebekk in eastern Oslo. This is a design and build contract valued at MNOK 370 excluding VAT.
Veidekke to Build for Optimera in Vestby
Veidekke Logistikkbygg has signed a contract with Anthon B Nilsen Eiendom to build Optimera’s new automated central warehouse in Vestby. The contract is a design and build contract valued at around NOK 220 million.
Veidekke Will Build Health Park in Vestland County
Veidekke has signed a contract with Borggata Futurum AS to build a commercial building that will gather a number of health services in the centre of Leirvik on Stord in Vestland county. The contract is a design and build contract valued at around NOK 100 million excluding VAT.
Arcona to Convert Industrial Property into Microliving and Coworking Space
Arcona has been commissioned by Aberdeen Standard Investments and Ailon Group to undertake conversion of the property Påsen 15 in Hammarby sjöstad, Stockholm.
Veidekke to Construct Arts Centre in Trondheim
Veidekke has signed a contract with Kjøpmannsgata Ung Kunst AS to construct an environmentally certified arts centre in Trondheim city centre, which was initiated and will be funded by Kjell Erik Killi Olsen.
Why Obos' CEO Resigns from the Veidekke Board
Since the Norwegian construction giant decided to split the group into two separate entities: Daniel Kjørberg Siraj temporarily resigns from the board of Veidekke. The CEO of Obos tells Nordic Property News why he leaves and whether he will return in the future.
Why the Construction Heavyweight Will Split the Company
Jimmy Bengtsson, CEO of Veidekke, tells Nordic Property News about the decision to divide the construction company into two separate entities, how it will affect the shares and how the real estate company will provide growth.
Veidekke to Split the Company
The board of directors in Veidekke has at this week’s board meeting decided to split the group into two separate entities and establish the property development operation under a new ownership structure. The decision is the result of a strategic review of the group's composition and an assessment of growth and development opportunities for Veidekke's various business areas.
Veidekke Signs Contract for Health Building in Verdal
Veidekke has entered into a contract with Verdal municipality to build a living and treatment centre with 132 institutional spaces in the centre of Verdal. The project will be environmentally certified and ready for occupation in December 2021.
Veidekke to Build New Stage at Vollebekk
OBOS Nye Hjem has awarded Veidekke the contract to build the Bien housing cooperative, which is the fourth building stage with 116 apartments and parking facilities at Vollebekk in eastern Oslo.
Why the Scandinavian Construction Market Will Remain Stable in 2020
Veidekke's Director of Analysis, Kristoffer Eide Hoen: “It is a corner of the world with exceptionally strong economic foundations.”
Veidekke to Build the Final 81 Homes at Løren
Veidekke has been awarded the contract to build the fifth and final stage of the Gartnerkvartalet residential development in Oslo by Lørenvangen Utvikling AS (jointly owned by OBOS Nye Hjem and Veidekke Eiendom).
Veidekke: “We Work Hard Every Day to Get New Contracts”
The construction giant Veidekke’s CEO Jimmy Bengtsson on the need for housing in Oslo and the great interest in the largest residential project ever in Norway.
"Too Few Homes Are Being Built in Relation to the Need"
Executive Vice President at Obos, Arne Baumann, on the record project in Oslo and the housing market in the Norwegian capital.
Veidekke Signs Biggest Residential Contract Ever
Veidekke has signed a contract with M17 Utvikling to build the Middelthunet housing project with 329 apartments at Majorstua in Oslo. The contract is worth around NOK 1 billion excluding VAT.
Veidekke and Kjeldsberg Sell in Trondheim
Veidekke Eiendom and R. Kjeldsberg have signed an agreement with Campus Sluppen AS for the sale of the Lysgården office building located at Sluppen in Trondheim. The sales amount is MNOK 440 (EUR 45M).
Veidekke Builds for Frydenbø Eiendom
Veidekke will erect the commercial building “Kilen” at Damsgård in Bergen for Frydenbø Eiendom. The environmentally certified project comprises a total of 10,000 square meters new buildings with offices and parking.
Veidekke to Build Homes for SKB in Stockholm
Veidekke has been contracted by SKB, Stockholms Kooperative Bostadsförening, to build 128 new cooperative rental apartments in Hagastaden, Stockholm.
The Best Yields Among the Listed Nordic Companies
Nordic Property News presents which of the listed Nordic construction and real estate companies that provide the best yields.
Veidekke to Build School in Southern Norway
Vest-Agder County Municipality has awarded Veidekke the contract to build a new school building and renovate existing buildings at Eilert Sundt upper secondary school in Farsund.
Veidekke's Upcoming Challenges: "Not Satisfied with the Current Level of Profitability"
Veidekke's EVP Jimmy Bengtsson succeeds Arne Giske and will now be Group CEO of the Norwegian construction giant. He tells Nordic Property News about the new role, how life will change and how profitability will increase.
Jimmy Bengtsson Appointed CEO of Veidekke
Jimmy Bengtsson has been appointed new Group CEO of Veidekke ASA. Bengtsson will succeed Arne Giske, who has decided to step down after six years. Bengtsson takes over as Group CEO 1 September 2019.
"Full Speed Ahead in the Norwegian Construction Industry"
Building giant Veidekke's CEO Arne Giske on the Q1 result, why they are doing well in Norway but see slower progress in Sweden and in which segment he expects great growth going forward.
Mæland Steps Down as Chairman of the Building Giant – Here Is His Next Step
The Norwegian construction and real estate profile Martin Mæland leave the chairmanship in Veidekke – but does not leave the business for good. This is what he wants to focus on in the future and this is how he has contributed to make Veidekke a Nordic construction giant.