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WASTE TO ENERGY: SWECO SET TO MAKE BARBADOS GREEN LEADER IN THE CARIBBEAN

10 November 2020
While the pandemic has paralyzed projects in developing countries for more than half a year, the demand for cleantech competencies has not diminished. Despite the corona shutdown, Sweco’s international division has won assignments in countries such as Kazakhstan, Benin, Kosovo and most recently Barbados.

Implementation of share split in Sweco AB (publ)

05 November 2020

Interim Report January – September 2020 Sweco AB (publ)

04 November 2020
Continued stable performance

Many cities lack climate adaptation plans

02 November 2020
Only one in four European cities have any adaptation plan for coming climate changes. There is still time to act – but we urgently need to raise the pace.

Sweco develops high-tech urban district in southern China

27 October 2020
Sweco has been chosen to develop a new high-tech park on the island of Hainan in southern China. The area will be a new landmark for China and a model for innovation, sustainable design and technology that will attract international tech companies.

Resolutions at Sweco AB’s Extraordinary General Meeting

22 October 2020

Sweco part of designing the second phase of Tampere Tramway – important step in Tampere’s journey towards carbon neutrality by 2030

20 October 2020
As part of Sustainable Tampere by 2030, Sweco continues in alliance with the City of Tampere, Tampere Tramway Ltd., NRC, YIT and AFRY to provide services for construction of the second phase of the new tramway in Tampere, Finland.

Sweco acquires Norwegian TAG Arkitekter

15 October 2020
Sweco has signed an agreement to acquire TAG Arkitekter, thereby establishing an architectural business in the Norwegian market. Through the acquisition, TAG Arkitekter will become part of Europe's leading provider of integrated architectural and technical consulting services.

Our cities: Ecological deserts or biodiverse hotspots?

14 October 2020
Preserving biodiversity is necessary for mitigating climate disruption and even preventing pandemics, UN Secretary-General António Guterres recently concluded. In a new report, Sweco shows how urban design can make our cities part of the solution.
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World’s first ZeroCO2 certified building opens on Sweden’s island of Gotland

28 September 2020
Grocery store chain Lidl has opened a store in Visby that will have net zero emissions of carbon dioxide over the building’s entire lifetime. The building is the first of its kind in the world and Sweco has done the project planning for its frame. The store is a pilot project for the Sweden Green Building Council’s ZeroCO2 (NollC02) certification.