Sweco plans and designs the communities and cities of the future. The results of our work are sustainable buildings, efficient infrastructure and access to clean water. With 14,500 employees in Northern Europe, we offer our customers the right expertise for every project. We carry out projects in 70 countries annually throughout the world. Sweco is Europe’s leading architecture and engineering consultancy, with sales of approximately SEK 16.9 billion (EUR 1.8 billion). The company is listed on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm AB.
Sweco has signed two new contracts – one with the Regional Water Management Authority in Wrocław and one with the Regional Water Management Authority in Szczecin – to provide consulting services for the Odra-Vistula Flood Management Project – component 5.4. The project, which is being co-financed by the World Bank, aims to improve flood protection for people living in the area.
Sweco is one of the many exhibitors at VandTek16, where the entire water and drainage industry meet from 20 to 22 September 2016 at Lokomotivværkstedet (The Train Workshop) in Copenhagen. We look forward to meeting customers, colleagues and industry experts, share new knowledge and inspire with Sweco’s projects and solutions in the field of water and wastewater.
On 1 June 2015, Sweco announced its intention to acquire Grontmij. On 25 September 2015 it was announced that the acceptance level for the offer was met with a good margin. The integration of the two companies can therefore begin, which is the starting point for Europe’s leading engineering and architecture consultancy.
Sweco in Denmark focuses on delivering professional services to companies of all sizes, across a wide range of market sectors. Our industry specific solutions in the fields of strategy and planning, design and delivery, and performance and monitoring help our clients address their business objectives.
Our teams of asset management specialists share knowledge and innovation through established internal and external professional networks. This enables us to be more than just familiar with the issues in your market but also able to cross-fertilise first-hand insight and experience from our time in other markets.
De Bilt – Grontmij, a listed consulting & engineering company with a strong European presence, has been appointed by Helsingør Utilities to convert the Helsingør combined heat and power (CHP) plant in Denmark from natural gas to biomass. With the construction of a new boiler-unit and the redevelopment of existing facilities, Helsingør Utilities aims to lower CO2 emissions, in line with the ongoing sustainable transformation of the Danish energy sector.
A major coastal protection project in Jakarta, Indonesia, officially kicked off on 9 October 2014. The first pile for a new seawall was sunk by Chairul Tanjung, Coordinating Minister for Economics, marking the start of work on the National Capital Integrated Coastal Development (NCICD) project, which is aimed at countering the effects of soil subsidence and rising sea levels.
De Bilt – Grontmij, a listed consulting & engineering company with a strong European presence, has been appointed by regional authorities in Laos to provide training and project management support for a number of water and road infrastructure projects in the southern province of Savannakhet. For Grontmij, the assignment will span three years and is worth approximately € 1.3 million.
De Bilt – Grontmij, a listed consulting & engineering company with a strong European presence, has been appointed by DONG Energy, one of the leading energy groups in Northern Europe, to act as consultant for the conversion of the Skærbæk Power Station. From 2018, energy supplied by this power station for the heating systems of 55,000 households will be generated by wood chips rather than natural gas, which will provide customers with a more sustainable and cheaper heat supply. A team of fifty Grontmij experts from Denmark and Sweden will be providing consultancy services to DONG Energy until 2017.
De Bilt – Grontmij, a listed consulting & engineering company with a strong European presence, has been appointed by the Polish National Water Management Authority (NWMA) to prepare comprehensive flood risk management plans, in a consortium with the Polish Institute of Meteorology & Water Management, DHI Group and Arcadis. The plans will cover the whole of Poland and at least 15,000 km of the country’s rivers. For Grontmij, this assignment is worth € 2.2 million.
It is estimated that 9 billion people will inhabit the planet by 2050 – 70% of these will live in cities. The increasing urbanisation will be a challenge to cities all over the world and the demand for new innovative solutions within urban mobility is growing. This white paper provides insight into the solutions that Denmark has to offer within urban sustainable transportation.
25-50% of all distributed water globally is lost or never invoiced due to illegal connections, inaccurate billing systems, inaccurate metering, leakages, deteriorating infrastructure and wrong water pressure management etc. – or in short Non-Revenue Water (NRW). This white paper examines how water utilities can improve efficiency and meet future demand for water by reducing Non-Revenue Water.