Öresund Green is Skanska’s own type of single-family passive house and was first constructed as part of the Strandgränd residential project in Bunkeflostrand, southern Sweden. zithromax dose pediatric pneumoniazovirax ointment costco
The Surrey Street Lighting PFI (Private Finance Initiative) involves modernizing the County of Surrey’s entire street lighting system to provide higher quality and more efficient street lighting over a 25-year period.
The Gårda office building, located in Gothenburg, Sweden, was certified according to the EU GreenBuilding programme and became the first commercial building in Scandinavia to achieve LEED Platinum precertification.
The new science building at the Bertschi School was designed and constructed according to the Living Building Challenge (LBC) guidelines, which promotes sustainability in the built environment, including net-zero energy and water usage, energy efficiency and healthy indoor environments. The building became the first Living Building on the US west coast and the fourth in the world to be formally recognized in 2013.
The passive house residential project in Kinna, Sweden, was the first passive house in Sweden to be built with prefabricated concrete sections, which led to the economical construction of an ultra-low energy apartment building.
The Österport 7 office building, in Malmö, Sweden, was renovated according to LEED EBOM platinum certification, which involved evaluating and improving the performance of the building’s mechanical, electrical and building automation systems. how fast does chewable viagra work
Hangar 3 in the Bromma Blocks retail center in Stockholm, Sweden, involved the redevelopment of a 1940s airport hanger into a modern and energy efficient shopping mall, as part of a project that strived to reduce environmental impacts during construction.
Skanska uses carbon footprinting tools to benchmark the carbon emissions of building projects and to help identify low-carbon project options.