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Sweco Capital Consultants prepared to quantify infrastructure investments geared for social change

13 November 2018
Based on investor mandate, the Capital Consultants of engineering company Sweco Netherlands has developed a methodology for better monitoring and reporting sustainable investments.

Interim report January – September 2018 Sweco AB (PUBL)

08 November 2018
Stable development

Change in number of shares and votes in Sweco AB (publ)

31 October 2018

Cities are poorly equipped for increased extremes in the weather

30 October 2018
With climate change, periods of extreme weather might become more common in the future. However, many municipalities and cities lack a sustainable strategy to meet the coming changes.

Sweco to design new battery chemicals plant in Finland

25 October 2018
The demand for battery chemicals is growing globally along with the increased use of electric vehicles. Sweco has been commissioned by Terrafame to design a new production plant in Sotkamo, Finland.

Sweco expands in Belgium and Germany

19 October 2018
Sweco has signed agreements to acquire Planet Engineering and Nexilis based in Belgium and Götzelmann + Partner based in Germany.

Change in number of shares and votes in Sweco AB (publ)

28 September 2018

Sustainable urban development improves residents' wellbeing

26 September 2018
Over the past 70 years, cars have had a major impact on urban development and the way our cities are designed. But by expanding initiatives to promote pedestrian and bike traffic, we not only reduce environmental impact but also improve the wellbeing of road users.

Sweco to supervise construction of tunnel between Polish islands

17 September 2018
Sweco has been commissioned to supervise the construction of a tunnel under the Świna River in Poland. The tunnel will connect the islands Uznam and Wolin, facilitating mobility and supporting economic growth in the region.

Internships aimed at new arrivals leads to employment for many

07 September 2018
In 2015, Sweco joined a national program in Sweden to offer work opportunities to at least 100 new arrivals. After three years, almost 40 percent of the participants have been employed.