Skanska has received a contract to construct a bio-fueled combined heat- and
power plant in Lund, Sweden. The assignment includes ground work as well as
construction of the plant. Customer is Lunds Energikoncernen AB. The contract
amounts to SEK 310 M, which will be included in the order bookings of the first
"We are very happy to have been given the trust to construct the new combined
heat- and power plant in Lund. This is an exciting project where our competence
in laying the foundation as well as constructing the facility will come in use.
The project also has a strong focus on sustainability, since the power plant
will be fired with bio-fuels such as wood chip and straw", says Hans Fransson,
district manager, Skanska Sweden.
To facilitate the deliveries of fuel the power plant will be built in connection
to the railway. When the power plant is completed it will supply about 50 000
households in the area with district heating. The time of construction is
estimated to about two years and construction starts in March 2012.
"Skanska’s knowledge in green building has been very important to us. The
facility will be a lynchpin in the ambitions of Lunds Energikoncernen to further
profile the region by offering environmentally compatible power and district
heating. The cooperation with Skanska make us convinced we will have a
construction that matches our ambitions", says Sylvia Michel, CEO and President
of Lunds Energikoncernen.
Skanska Sweden is one of Sweden’s largest construction companies with operations
involving building and civil engineering. The business unit has about 10,000
employees, and revenues amounted to about SEK 27 billion in 2011. In Sweden,
Skanska is also active in developing residential and commercial premises.