In collaboration with Hemso and the City of Vasteras, NCC will construct the new Stenkumla retirement home in Vasteras. The retirement home will have 60 apartments, common areas, staff rooms, and a garden with a pavilion. The project also includes a separate building for a reserve power system and storage.
The Stenkumla retirement home will meet stringent requirements for energy efficiency, a good indoor environment, and sound material choices. It will be certified in accordance with Miljobyggnad Gold for energy consumption and Miljobyggnad Silver for the rest of the building. The frame of the building will be constructed using eco-friendly concrete, and solar panels will be installed on the roof.
“We are pleased to be collaborating with NCC and this will be an excellent and welcome addition to the city’s existing portfolio of retirement homes. This building will provide a solid basis for physical and mental well-being for both care recipients and personnel,” said, Mattias Lindstrom, project manager at Hemso.
Stenkumla is located in the Raby city district adjacent to a green natural area. The new retirement home will consist of an L-shaped building with four floors and an entrance, a lobby, staff rooms and spaces for building facilities on the ground floor. Each apartment is approximately 33 square meters and contains a kitchenette as well as a sink and WC that can be raised or lowered.
“We have now completed the initiative project planning phase and are looking forward to commencing construction and being a part of the important societal development of the City of Västerås. In today’s landscape with over 500,000 Swedes over the age of 80, it feels right to be contributing to the expansion of elderly care in Sweden. We look forward to completing this project together with Hemsö and the City of Vasteras,” said Anders Lindkvist, Business Manager at NCC Building in Vasteras.
Construction is scheduled to start immediately and is expected to be completed in autumn 2025.
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