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Interim report January – March 2021 Sweco AB (PUBL)

11 May 2021
A stable start to the year

Sweco wins two prizes at Belgian Construction Awards

06 May 2021
Sweco has won its nominations at the Belgian Construction Awards. With the bicycle and pedestrian bridge over the Leopold III-laan, we won the 1st place in the BIM Award Infrastructure and with the extension of the lifting beam furnace for ArcelorMittal Ghent, we won the 3rd prize in the BIM Award in the category Industrial, Tertiary & Residential Project.

Redefining urban space – placing people first

28 April 2021
More than 70 percent of people in European cities breathe dangerous air, according to the European Environment Agency and 1 million deaths occur annually due to physical inactivity in Europe, states the World Health Organisation. The key to a healthier, more productive, greener and less polluted city could be a new planning and design strategy based on the idea of shared speed in urban space. 

Resolutions at Sweco AB’s annual general meeting and board resolutions on repurchase and transfer of treasury shares

22 April 2021

Sweco office gets Belgium's first smart charging hub

21 April 2021
Vice minister-president of the Flemish Government, Hilde Crevits has unveiled the unique Vehicle-to-Grid charging hub for the new energy-neutral Sweco office in Zelzate. Engineering firm Sweco joined forces for this purpose with technology companies ABB and Yuso. This innovation allows a system with a battery and electric vehicles to supply power to buildings.

Sweco acquires Finnish architecture company Linja Arkkitehdit

09 April 2021
Sweco has signed an agreement to acquire Linja Arkkitehdit Oy, specialised in design of educational and business premises as well as residential buildings. With the acquisition Sweco becomes one of the largest architecture companies in Finland.

Sweco designs first green hydrogen plants in North Sea Port

08 April 2021
Engineering consulting firm Sweco has been commissioned by VoltH2 to design two green hydrogen plants in the North Sea Port area. Thanks to these 25 megawatt hydrogen electrolysis plants, millions of kilos of hydrogen will be produced from wind energy within a few years.

Sweco acquires sustainability consultant Gaia

07 April 2021
Sweco has signed an agreement to acquire Gaia Consulting Oy, a Finnish consultancy specialised in sustainable solutions. The acquisition strengthens Sweco’s position as a forerunner of sustainable development in Finland. 

Change in number of shares and votes in Sweco AB (publ)

31 March 2021

Sweco publishes Annual and Sustainability Report 2020

30 March 2021