NCC has been commissioned to construct housing units and a parking garage at the Port of Copenhagen. The customer is Marmormolen P/S and the contract amount is SEK 379 million (approx. €45.3 million).
The order will be registered in the second quarter of 2013.
The project comprises a total of 33,000 m² divided into 14,000 m² of housing units and a 19,000 m² parking garage. These are the first housing units to be built in the new Nordhavnen city district and the 128 units will be characterized by high-quality material and design. Efficient energy consumption and sustainability will be the focus of the project.
“I am delighted that NCC once again has been given the opportunity to demonstrate that we have what it takes to build exciting cutting-edge projects in terms of design and function,” says Martin Palmquist, in charge of NCC’s construction operations in eastern Denmark.
NCC was assigned the turnkey contractor and Vilhelm Lauritzen Architects has designed the housing units.
Project planning has been initiated and the project will commence after the summer, with delivery scheduled for August 2015.