Bravida Danmark will carry out all installations in new airport hotel

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Bravida Danmark A/S has signed a contract with Nordic contractor HENT for the complete technical package at Comfort Copenhagen Airport Hotel - a new hotel which will be built at Copenhagen Airport.

Bravida and HENT have entered into an overall installation contract covering electricity, water, heating, sanitation, ventilation, sprinklers, cooling, the building management system (BMS) and fire protection in Copenhagen Airport Hotel. The hotel will be 12 floors tall with an area of 39,000 m². In the course of the project, Bravida expects to employ around 30-50 people.

– We’ve had a long dialogue with HENT. It has been a very good and constructive process. We are extremely happy to have signed a contract and I’m looking forward to starting the work in the beginning of 2019, states Søren Raun Frahm, director of Bravida Danmark’s Region East.

HENT is also happy with the contract with Bravida. The project has a total value of more than DKK 100 million.

– It has been really good working with Bravida and the various branches involved in the project. I’m very pleased we have agreed a combined technical contract with Bravida, comments Jimmy Quist, department manager, HENT.

Comfort Copenhagen Airport Hotel is scheduled to be ready for guests in 2020. The hotel will include 605 rooms and a 2,500 m² conference auditorium.

Bravida Denmark has long experience in hotel installations. Most previous in the Alsik conference and business hotel, which is scheduled to open in 2019.

For further details, please contact:

Morten Kjellev, communications manager, Bravida Danmark, tel. +45 (0)2525 2020

Bravida is a leading multi-technical service provider in the Nordics, with more than 10,000 employees. Bravida delivers specialist services as well as complete electrical, heating and plumbing, HVAC, security, cooling, sprinklers, technical service management and power supply solutions. Bravida is represented in more than 150 locations in Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland.  





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