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Sweco wins large-scale lithium battery project in Finland

04 March 2021
Sweco has been chosen as the provider of EPCM services for Keliber’s lithium project in Central Ostrobothnia, Finland and will be responsible for engineering, procurement and construction management.

“Urban Health and Wellbeing” – Welcome to the new Urban Insight Theme!

24 February 2021
How can we transform our urban living spaces for the better? In 2021, Sweco will focus the Urban Insight program on Urban Health and Wellbeing. Covid-19 has shown us that there are still many health challenges facing society today.

Year-end report 2020 Sweco AB (PUBL)

11 February 2021
A challenging end to a strong year.

Update regarding the merger of Sweco and MLM Group

09 February 2021

Sweco part of implementing the new Ahvenisto Hospital in Finland

29 January 2021
Sweco will in alliance with Kanta-Häme Hospital District, Skanska and the architect consortium Team Integrated develop an integrated health services central hospital and healthcare centre in Hämeenlinna, Finland. 

Sweco appointed to deliver Urban Growth Company’s Engineering & Technical Advisory contract

21 January 2021
Sweco has been appointed by the Urban Growth Company (UGC) to deliver engineering and technical expertise for projects across the UK Central Hub in Solihull. Under the three-year CCS framework contract, Sweco will provide consultancy services and independent technical advice on critical transport infrastructure schemes, including highways and rail, major development and energy plans that are connected to the 1,300 ha mixed-use quarter.

Sweco acquires Belgian consulting company BUUR

19 January 2021
Sweco has signed an agreement to acquire BUUR, specialised in climate adaptation, urban planning and landscape architecture.

Construction Season Starts at UK’s Largest Antarctic Research Hub

13 January 2021
The next stage of building a scientific support facility in Antarctica began this week. To avoid the risk of introducing COVID-19 to British Antarctic Survey’s Rothera Research Station, the construction team spent two weeks in quarantine and had three Covid-19 tests prior to making the almost 11,000 kilometre voyage by ship.

Sweco acquires the Finnish engineering and architecture consultancy Optiplan

12 January 2021
Sweco has signed an agreement with the construction company NCC Suomi Oy to acquire Optiplan Oy with approximately 150 employees. The acquisition strengthens Sweco’s expertise in the area of designing sustainable and energy efficient residential and non-residential buildings.  

Project portfolio review results in write-down in Sweco Germany

21 December 2020
Sweco announces a write-down of trade working capital of SEK 290 million after concluding the review of the German project portfolio.