NCC awarded project of SEK550m for new train depot in SkA[yen sign]ne.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-May 23, 2017-NCC awarded project of SEK550m for new train depot in SkA[yen sign]ne
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NCC AB (STO:NCCB), a construction, infrastructure and property development company in the Nordic region, announced on Tuesday that it as been commissioned to construct a new train maintenance depot for the Oresund trains (Oresundstagen).
The company said this project is being carried out in two phases, with the partners in the first phase focusing on preparing construction documents and a target price for the project.
Once this is completed, the parties can sign a construction contract with an estimated order value of approximately SEK550m, which is expected to be registered by the company in the fourth quarter of 2017 in the Building business area.
This project relates to the construction of a train depot in Karrakra, Hassleholm, for maintenance, repairs, inspections and cleaning of the Oresund trains and the Pagatag trains (Pagatagen), covering some 26,000 square meters of floor space.
According to NCC, this assignment will be carried out in partnering form and be implemented in two phases. In the first phase, NCC and Region Skane will draft project engineering documents, project plans and a target price for the contract. The depot will comprise five buildings containing carriage and wagon works, offices, a train cleaning building, wheel-turning equipment, an intermodal building, a goods-receiving station and a cleaning platform. The project is scheduled to be completed in summer 2019.
Construction start is scheduled for autumn 2017, NCC added.
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|Date:||May 23, 2017|
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