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COP26 Climate Change Conference
How Sweco takes action to transform society together
Expanding the boundaries of sustainable urban development
Stockholm Royal Seaport is one of the largest urban development areas in Europe, with plans for at least 12,000 new homes and 35,000 workplaces. Sweco has worked in close partnership with City of Stockholm, and other involved companies and parties, to find solutions that will guarantee the best conditions for the inhabitants.
Many cities lack a plan for managing extreme weather
Extreme rainfall and flooding have devastated communities across the world this summer, including Nordrhein-Westfalen in Germany, Limburg in the Netherlands, Hunan in China and Gävle in Sweden.
To secure a future with sufficient clean water and successful water network management that prevents system failures, we propose three water strategies that deal with health challenges at the same time.
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Q3-2021 Financial Report
Analyst and Press meeting regarding Sweco’s interim report Q3-2021
Q4-2021 Financial Report
Polar station modernisation project
Rothera Research Station, the Antarctic science hub of the British Antarctic Survey (BAS), is in need of modernisation and will be transformed into a cutting-edge science and operations facility.
The ten-year project is a multidisciplinary undertaking that includes a wide scope of expertise. Several Sweco experts are part of a 20-person construction team that is carrying out the work.
Walkway and flood protection
For several years, Uddevalla has had problems with flooding from the Bäveån River due to rising sea levels and heavy rain. To future-proof the city and save the attractive environments along the water, they studied how a walkway with flood protection could be built – work that has proven to be challenging.
On track to lowering passenger emissions
Bergen Light Rail is a public transportation network solution that is seen as a key to minimising passenger traffic emissions in Bergen, Norway’s second largest city.
Sweco was commissioned in 2015 to oversee the planning and design of the Light Rail’s fourth phase; a new line between Bergen’s city centre and the suburb of Fyllingsdalen which will run above ground and through tunnels, and will also include the Light Rail’s first underground station.