Veidekke to build shopping centre in Gothenburg
Veidekke has been commissioned by GöteborgsLokaler to build a shopping centre in Selma stad at Hisingen in Gøteborg. The approx. 5,500 square metre building will contain business activities and health and care services. There will also be a three storey parking facility above the centre. The project is an execution construction contract.
"We're proud of the confidence GöteborgsLokaler has shown in us and are looking forward to starting work. This project will largely be carried out using Veidekke's collaborative model where all functions are gathered at an early stage so that we can deliver a flawless project at the right price and within the deadline," says Stefan Svensson, work manager with Veidekke.
Selma stad is in the Backa district at Hisingen in Gøteborg. The place is a priority development area, and initially 1,000 new homes, a sports hall, a community hall with spaces for culture, retail premises, business premises, square and park areas will be built.
In the longer term there are plans for 3,000 new homes in the area. Veidekke will start work in the summer of 2018.
"The shopping centre is in the heart of the new Selma stad in Gøteborg, and will be built to create good everyday life for both those who live here and those visiting the place," says Jonas Lissel, property manager of GöteborgsLokaler.
See more about Selma stad at www.selmastad.se
For press photos see www.flickr.com/photos/veidekke, for more information please contact:
Stephan Woodbridge, regional manager of Veidekke Bygg Väst, tel. +46 705819720
Stefan Svensson, work manager of Veidekke Bygg Väst, tel. +46 703909996
Jonas Lissel, property manager of GöteborgsLokaler, tel. +46 31-335 01 25
Veidekke is one of Scandinavia's largest construction and property development companies. The company undertakes all types of building construction and civil engineering contracts, develops residential projects, maintains roads, and produces asphalt and aggregates. The company is known for its involvement and local knowledge. Revenue is almost NOK 32 billion, and half of the 8,000 employees own shares in the company. Veidekke is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange and has always posted a profit since it was founded in 1936.