We have wide experience in developing ever more sustainable projects in this field and are considered the green leader on many markets. Own proof as well as international studies have shown that more sustainable development is not only good for nature, but also for people as well as for the bottom line. Our green profile has helped us increase retention from many international tenants and investors
Klipporna is a commercial development in Hyllie, south Malmö, which uses around 50 percent less energy and water than a typical Swedish commercial building. The first phase of the development is certified to Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Platinum. prednisolone dogs side effects ukcan taking metformin help me lose weight
Bentley Works in Doncaster, northern England, is Skanska’s regional engineering, manufacturing and servicing hub that has been redeveloped into a state-of-the-art facility. The project achieved BREEAM design ratings of ‘Outstanding’ (workshop) and ‘Excellent’ (office), and is Skanska’s first Deep Green project in the UK, according to the company’s internal Color Palette™ tool.
Green Court Bucharest is Skanska’s first commercial development in Romania. The project is pre-certified to LEED Gold (Core & Shell), and has set the standard for green building in Romania, in terms of building energy and water efficiency, and safety and waste management during construction.
Puuvilla is a large shopping center and commercial development in Pori, southwestern Finland, which uses around half the energy and water of a typical newly built Finnish retail building. The development is designed to LEED Gold and won a prestigious global BIM award for its innovative use of modeling during design and construction.ventolin overdose nhs
The Fornebu Senter was designed to be one of the world’s greenest shopping malls and is the first mall in the world to be certified according to BREEAM Outstanding.
Plaza I is a commercial building in Copenhagen that is one of Skanska’s most energy efficient buildings constructed to date. The building uses around 74 percent less energy than the current Danish energy regulations and even surpasses the proposed 2020 Danish building energy code. Plaza I is certified to LEED Gold.
Stone34 is a mixed-use commercial building in Seattle that uses around 75 percent less energy and water than the project baselines. The building is certified to LEED Platinum and is designed according to the City of Seattle’s Deep Green Pilot program. zovirax pills for cold sores dosage
The Open Garden is a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) office building and environmental education facility, which included the first passive house office building in the Czech Republic.
Entré Lindhagen is Skanska’s new head office in Stockholm that was designed to be one of the greenest and smartest workplaces in Europe. The building is certified according to LEED Platinum Core & Shell and is pursuing LEED Platinum Commercial Interiors for both Skanska’s own office and that of the other main tenant.
The Powerhouse Kjørbo project involved the world's first renovation of existing offices into energy-plus buildings. The project, which involves two buildings in Sandvika near Oslo, demonstrates that the renovation of existing properties into energy-plus buildings in cold climates makes commercial and environmental sense.