Sweco’s Annual Report 2018
21 March 2019
Sweco to supervise the renovation of the Belliard and Loi tunnels in Brussels
11 March 2019
The consortium of Sweco and BG Ingénieurs Conseils has been appointed by Brussels Mobility for the design and supervision of the large-scale renovation of the Belliard and Loi tunnels. The order value is SEK 56 million (EUR 5.3 million).
Notice of Annual General Meeting in SWECO AB (publ)
08 March 2019
Åsa Bergman the most powerful woman in Swedish industry
07 March 2019
Each year, Veckans Affärer, a Swedish business magazine, names the 125 most powerful women in Swedish industry. Right at the top of the list is Åsa Bergman, President and CEO of Sweco.
Sweco expands the road network in Poland and improves safety
27 February 2019
Sweco has been commissioned to design a total of 40 km of new road sections in Poland. The total order value is SEK 64 million.
Sweco to plan a new sustainable district for Rwanda’s capital Kigali
18 February 2019
Rwanda’s government plans to develop a new district for low and middle-income residents in Kigali. The project is part of the state strategy for the development of sustainable and energy-efficient living spaces.
Sweco AB (publ) Year-end report 2018
13 February 2019
Ending the best year so far
Sweco Engineering is a consortium leader in the DK1 project in Częstochowa
12 February 2019
On order of the consortium of Drog-Bud, Firesta-Fiśer and Nowak - Mosty, Sweco Engineering as a consortium leader, together with partners: Pracownia Projektowa Mostopol and AII Consulting, will carry out a reconstruction of National Road No. 1 (DK 1) running through Częstochowa, on the 5.5 km section along Polish Army Avenue starting from John Paul II Avenue (without a junction) to the intersection with Rakowska Street (with a junction). It is one of the largest road investments in the history of Częstochowa City.
Change in number of shares and votes in Sweco AB (publ)
31 January 2019
Greater reliance on electricity combined with more frequent extreme weather poses risk to society
30 January 2019
Society is becoming increasingly technologically advanced and reliant on electricity. The trend is making us more vulnerable in extreme weather conditions, which the UN climate panel, IPCC, says may be more common in future as a consequence of climate change.