Skanska's business in Sweden provides a range of construction services for private and public sector clients. We also build high specification Green projects.
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. ampicillin tr 500 mg and alcoholtaper off prednisone cats
Solallén is a residential neighborhood in Vikaholm, Växjö, which consists of 21 townhouses. The project is Sweden’s first net zero energy neighborhood and Skanska’s first ever net zero energy and Deep Green residential project.
Spårväg City is a tramline in central Stockholm that is in the process of being redeveloped and extended between 2013 and 2022. The project has ambitious sustainability and environmental objectives and the first phase has been certified to CEEQUAL Excellent.
Trafikplats Jung, TGOJ Porten and Östra Länken are Swedish infrastructure projects that achieved financial, material and carbon savings through smart design. During construction, the projects were also conducted to minimize environmental impacts and water use. zoloft dosage ocd
Vivalla is a residential area in Örebro, central Sweden, which is being redeveloped into a more sustainable neighborhood, both in terms of green building, and socio-economic sustainability. Skanska has worked closely with project partners and stakeholders to offer training and work placements to long-term unemployed local residents as part of the redevelopment.
The Hallandsås Ridge Tunnel project consists of two rail tunnels that run under the Hallandsås Ridge in southern Sweden. The project was one of the most challenging tunneling projects to be undertaken in Sweden and was completed to very high environmental standards.
Sjögången is a residential development in Karlstad, which was the first such project in Sweden to be certified according to Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED).generic viagra best place to buy
Skanska conducted 35 carbon footprints in 2011 to benchmark project carbon emissions and to help identify low-carbon project options, which can result in project carbon and financial savings.
The Väla Gård office building in Helsingborg, southern Sweden, is Skanska’s greenest office building to date. The building achieved LEED Platinum and became Sweden’s first Deep Green building by achieving net zero energy, and by being constructed with zero hazardous materials and with zero waste sent to landfill. cialis 20 mg cost cvs
The Kvarteret Mästaren office building in Kalmar was the first building in Scandinavia to be awarded LEED Platinum for New Construction and is certified according to the EU GreenBuilding programme.