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Sweco AB (publ) Year-end report 2017

13 February 2018
Sweco’s strongest year so far

Sweco strengthens its position within European hospital design

08 February 2018
Sweco has been commissioned for three new hospital projects in Belgium, Germany and Norway. Sweco’s combined experience and competence within hospitals have been key when winning these projects. The company’s experts will advise in architectural as well as technical matters. The overall result will be hospitals that meet both today’s high standards and tomorrow’s demands for patient security and modern technology.

Sweco awarded extension in the upgrade of the double-track line between Ängelholm-Helsingborg in southwestern Sweden

07 February 2018
Sweco has been commissioned to advise the Swedish Transport Administration on the upcoming double-track upgrade, which will increase the capacity of the railway line between Ängelholm and Helsingborg. Sweco will prepare the tender documents for a design‐build contract and will carry out site supervision. The order value for Sweco is approximately SEK 60 million.

Sweco launches Urban Insight and publishes first Urban Move report

06 February 2018
Under the new Urban Insight initiative, Sweco’s experts will explore ways in which various urban structures in Europe influence citizens’ ability to meet needs and preferences. The reports also describe how this ultimately influences the way urban areas are structured.

Ho Chi Minh City Sewerage Master Plan Upgrade

06 February 2018

Sweco to advise on new infrastructure projects in Afghanistan

23 January 2018
Sweco has been commissioned to support the implementation of infrastructure projects in northwest Afghanistan under the endorsement of the RIDF (Regional Infrastructure Development Fund). Sweco will advise and support departments inside the Ministry of Finance in Afghanistan during the various projects.

Tomas Carlsson to leave his position as President and CEO of Sweco

12 January 2018
Sweco AB (“Sweco”) (Nasdaq Stockholm; ticker symbol SWECA and SWECB) today announces that Tomas Carlsson will leave his position as President and CEO of Sweco after 5 years to take on the role as CEO of NCC. The Board of Directors has initiated the process of finding a replacement. Tomas will continue in his current role during his termination period. 

Sweco acquires Årstiderne Arkitekter to establish the first integrated architecture and engineering offering in Denmark

10 January 2018
Sweco has signed an agreement to acquire Årstiderne Arkitekter, one of Denmark’s leading architecture firms. Through this acquisition Sweco will establish the first fully integrated architecture and engineering offering in Denmark, and Årstiderne Arkitekter will become part of Europe's largest engineering and architectural consultancy.

Belarus Water Sector Framework (BWSF) – Feasibility Studies for the Minsk, Brest, Mogilev and Gomel Oblasts

10 January 2018

Sweco expands in Belgium

11 December 2017
Sweco is acquiring the operations of HaskoningDHV Belgium after concluding an asset purchase agreement with Royal HaskoningDHV. HaskoningDHV Belgium is specialised in soil investigations and decontamination, environmental impact assessments and integrated area development. This acquisition will further strengthen Sweco’s position on the Belgian market.