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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.

Air and noise pollution ever-growing problems

28 August 2018
75 million residents within EU are exposed to road traffic noise, causing an estimated 10,000 cases of premature deaths every year. Air pollution is responsible for about half a million of premature death each year within Europe.

Vincent Jansen wordt afdelingshoofd Energie bij Sweco Nederland

15 August 2018
Vanaf 1 september 2018 wordt Vincent Jansen het nieuwe afdelingshoofd Energie bij ingenieursadviesbureau Sweco. Hij zal leiding geven aan het team professionals dat zich dagelijks bezig houdt met de duurzame energievraagstukken van klanten.

Sweco launches Quarterly European Insights

01 August 2018
Sweco Capital Consultants has launched the ‘Quarterly European Insights’. Every quarter of the year, this report describes the current developments in the European investment market. Besides an update on the European market, Capital Consultants provides an outlook for 2018 and 2019. Also every quarter, Capital Consultants highlights one of its successful projects and provides the most relevant investment trends. In this first edition of the Quarterly European Insights, you can read all about the Dutch retail investment market, e-commerce and impact investing.

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

31 July 2018

Interim report January – June 2018 Sweco AB (PUBL)

19 July 2018
Continued positive development

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

29 June 2018

Sweco helps Canadian industrial company Enerkem find its way in Europe

25 June 2018
The future lies in circular production and the infinite reuse of waste flows. And if Enerkem has anything to do with it, it should be possible in 2020. The Canadian company plans to build a large-scale chemical plant where domestic waste from 700,000 households will be converted into methanol. AkzoNobel will then use part of the methanol production among others for the production of many everyday products. A similar plant is already up and running in Canada, and plans are now afoot for the building of the same kind of installations in Europe. Rotterdam is the first location for which those plans have taken on concrete form. Sweco has been called in to map out the legislation and regulations the company will have to deal with. And they have gone one step further.

E-commerce about to reshape our cities

14 June 2018
E-commerce changes our shopping habits – but also influences logistics, city planning and properties. The impact will become more and more apparent as volumes continue to increase.