Project management

Major urban development projects are expensive, and it is crucial that the customer’s vision is fully realised in the end result. Sweco’s project managers have a critical role as the link between the customer’s vision and actual implementation. We are involved throughout all project phases and, with our structured working methods, we steer complex projects in the right direction.


  • Facility and asset management
  • CRES
  • Surveying and development
  • Project management
  • Planning and design management
  • Urban and property development

Facility and asset management

Sweco has extensive expertise and experience in facility and asset management. Co-ordinating property management with the services linked to the building, we help our customers manage their property holdings efficiently and sustainably.

Property owners navigate between financial, technical, information and business issues on a daily basis. Large flows of money and information need to be managed, placing demands on the business and its support systems.

Sweco’s experts offer guidance and project management within facility and asset management. We carry out change projects in various forms, and manage and develop our customers’ facility and asset management in-house or under contract. Our customers are large and small private and public property owners, as well as companies that do not have facility and asset management as a core business.  



  • Helena
    Managing Director, Project Management
    +46 703269901
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  • Ulrika
    Regional Manager, Stockholm and East
    +46 705144944
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  • Peter
    Regional Manager, West
    +46 734122615
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