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March 15, 2010 | Press release

Rebuilding of the Slussen area in Stockholm will require new systems for water, sewerage, energy and ventilation. Sweco has been chosen to study and plan all new supply systems in the project.

The Slussen area in Stockholm is a well known but run-down and outdated traffic and public transport hub that will now be rebuilt from the ground up. Construction of the new Slussen will be started in 2012 and is scheduled for completion in 2018. Sweco’s responsibilities are to plan and coordinate all technical supply systems, which will be compiled in a system document.

“This assignment is a good example of how Sweco’s wide-ranging expertise can be used effectively in major urban development projects. This particular assignment will be carried out by our experts in energy, water, environment and building service systems,” says Eva Nygren, President of Sweco Sweden.

Many technical systems take up a large amount of space and the property around Slussen is highly attractive, so planning and optimisation of these systems will be an important part of Sweco’s task. Participation at the planning stage also provides good opportunities to coordinate both existing and new systems.

Sweco’s assignment is being carried out on behalf of the Stockholm City Development Administration. In the first stage, the contract is worth around EUR 260,000.

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Anna Elisabeth Olsson

Head of Press and Public Affairs