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Oosterweel project wins gold at BIM Awards

06 December 2019
The Oosterweel project has won the highly acclaimed BIM Award in the category of infrastructure projects. This is a collective performance of the client Lantis, together wit Sweco, our partner Witteveen+Bos, and Geonius and Bimplan.

Small changes in behaviour can have a big impact on the energy transition

05 December 2019
In a new report, Sweco experts team up with scientists to reveal how individual efforts can make substantial contributions on a collective level. Decreasing European household temperatures by 1ºC would save enough energy to provide electricity to a city the size of Amsterdam for 29 years.

Sweco makes new acquisition

26 November 2019
Sweco Belgium acquires Pythagoras, an engineering company from Ninove with a strong reputation in site monitoring. Pythagoras specialises in site supervision and site coordination of infrastructure works.

Opening of the New Tech hospital wing in Brussels

18 November 2019
The group Hôpitaux Iris Sud has opened the doors of its ‘New Tech’ building on the Etterbeek-Ixelles campus. Sweco was responsible for the full study and implementation follow-up of the special techniques. Assar Architects took care of the design.

Sweco on top step at the Aquafin Awards

08 November 2019
Aquafin presented its famous awards on 7 November. Sweco won the Project Team of the Year award. A fantastic result and a great recognition for all colleagues!

Energy-storage-as-a-service key to cutting carbon emissions

29 October 2019
Energy storage can help mitigate climate change, but it is still on low levels and needs to triple by 2050 to keep global warming below 2°C.  To do this we need to look at innovative ways of speeding up the process. Could energy-storage-as-a-service be one of the solutions? 

Interim report January – September 2019 Sweco AB (PUBL)

25 October 2019
Continued profitable growth

Sweco helps seek solutions for the climate adaptation tool

26 September 2019
Commissioned by the Flanders Environment Agency (FEM), Sweco has carried out the preliminary study for the realization of a climate adaptation tool. The tool is a next step in the development of the Flanders Climate Portal.

Sweco and BUUR design bus lane route for the Gasthuisberg campus

16 September 2019
Sweco and BUUR are working together on the separate bus lane on the Gasthuisberg hospital campus. This has been commissioned by the UZ Leuven. As a subcontractor of Sweco, BUUR is responsible for the preliminary design. Sweco is providing the technical translation to an implementation-ready design. The supervision of the works is also part of the assignment.

Sweco to set out mobility vision for Flemish transport regions

09 September 2019
In a consortium, Sweco will provide process guidance and set out the mobility vision for several transport regions in Belgium. The project has been commissioned by the Flemish Department of Mobility and Public Works and is worth approximately 3.4 million euros.