NYAB is carrying out new construction for the Swedish Fortifications Agency in Luleå


The project is called "New building Spolhall 180, Luleå Garrison" and is located on F21 in Luleå. The contract amount is approximately SEK 47 million.

The Swedish Fortifications Agency is a central administrative authority with the main task of managing the state's properties intended for defense purposes. The Swedish Fortifications Agency's property portfolio is one of the country's largest and includes premises, fortifications and land.

The project consists of New construction of flushing hall with a gross area of 1460 m2.

The contract includes earthworks for the construction of new driving and parking areas, road to the “airside” and sub-works for the foundation of new construction and ancillary buildings, shafts for electrical and plumbing work. Ground work includes Va work, ducting, fencing and gates etc. Ground surface affected by earthworks is approx. 12,500 m² of paved surfaces, approx. 5500 m² of green areas and approx. 100 m of gravel surface.

House construction work includes new construction of a flushing hall and substation.

Foundation of flushing hall on base soles of cast-in-place concrete and with slab on the ground. Frame in flushing hall is made with frame of cast-in-place walls and beams and intermediate floors. Exterior flooring over laundry rooms is made of prefabricated TT cassettes. Exterior flooring over staff and technical rooms is made of cast-in-place concrete. plate. Facade is made with surface layers of prefabricated concrete elements and horizontal sine plate.

New construction of pipe, ventilation, lake, electrical and telecommunications systems.

-A project suitable for NYAB and a priority. The Swedish Fortifications Agency is an appreciated, prioritized and recurring customer. We are pleased with the trust and look forward to delivering a high-quality end product and contract together with the Swedish Fortifications Agency, says Samuel Lundkvist, Business Area Manager Construction at NYAB.

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