NCC to build 220 apartments for Uppsalahem

| Source: NCC AB
NCC has been commissioned by Uppsalahem to build 220 apartments, of which 90 for
students, in Kåbo, Uppsala. The order is worth SEK 263 million.
Uppsalahem has stringent energy-efficiency requirements and the project also
means increasing the density of on-campus student apartments.
The project includes the new production of three apartment buildings in the
Haubitsen block in Kåbo, Uppsala. The largest building is being designed around
a courtyard and will comprise about 130 apartments and garaging. The other two
buildings are intended for students and will each comprise 45 student
“A substantial need exists for student apartments and, generally, there is a
high demand for new housing in Uppsala. We are pleased to be able to meet these
needs by providing energy-efficient housing,” says Svante Hagman, Head of NCC
Construction Sweden.
NCC and Uppsalahem are implementing the project on a partnering
basis, ( which is a
cooperative format whereby the key project participants jointly resolve issues
arising in an assignment by means of an open dialog focusing on the best
interests of the project.
Construction starts in August 2014. The student apartments are expected to be
ready for occupancy at the start of the spring term 2016 and the larger building
will be ready in stages from August 2016 to May 2017.

The order will be registered during the third quarter of 2014 in the NCC
Construction Sweden business area.
For further information, please contact:
Ulf Hansson, Head of Department, Mälardalen, NCC Construction Sweden +46 18 16
15 05
Anna Trane, Press & PR-manager NCC +46 (0)708-84 74 69
NCC’s media line +46 (0)8-585 519 00, e-mail:, NCC’s image
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This is the type of information that NCC could be obligated to disclose pursuant
to the Securities Market Act. The information was issued for publication on July
2014  at 12.45 CET
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