Skanska rehabilitates George Washington Bridge in New York City, USA, for USD 452M, about SEK 3.9 billion

Skanska has signed a contract with the Port Authority of New York and Jersey to rehabilitate and replace supporting structures and provide upgrades for the George Washington Bridge in New York City, USA. The contract is worth USD 452M, about SEK 3.9 billion, which will be included in the US order bookings for the third quarter 2017.

Skanska will replace suspender ropes and protective sleeves, rehabilitate the main cables, install dehumidification systems for the main cables and their anchorages, and replace the main span sidewalks and upper level railings with fencing. The project also includes constructing approach structures for the main span sidewalks and replacing the roadway lighting on the main span and installing sidewalk lighting.

Construction underway and is expected to be completed in 2025.

Skanska is one of the leading development and construction companies in USA, specialized in building construction, civil infrastructure and developing commercial properties in select U.S. markets. Skanska also offers services in public-private partnerships. Skanska USA had sales of SEK 59 billion in 2016 and had about 9,300 employees in its operations.

For further information please contact:

Michael Iacovella, Communications, Skanska USA, +1 (917) 438 33 77

Andreas Joons, Press Officer, Skanska AB, tel +46 (0)10 449 04 94

Direct line for media: tel +46 (0)10 448 88 99

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Skanska is one of the world’s leading construction and project development companies, focused on selected home markets in the Nordic region, Europe and USA. Supported by global trends in urbanization and demographics, and by being at the forefront in sustainability, Skanska offers competitive solutions for both simple and the most complex assignments, helping to build a sustainable future for customers and communities. The Group has about 41,000 employees. Skanska's sales in 2016 totaled SEK 151 billion.