Axis Power continues its work in Scandinavian industry. The company and Swedish construction giant Skanska signed their first contract which defines electricity and communication contract work for a school in Stockholm Bobergsskolan. The value of contract exceeds EUR 1 mln.

"Communication with Skanska that lasted over a year materialised into a project. We are glad to be fulfilling Scandinavian quality requirements and this client is known for emphasizing on environmental protection, health and occupational safety requirements and overall quality of work. We will begin the project in March 2018", said CEO of Axis Power Mantas Galdikas.

The school is going to be located in the old gas storage facility in Norra Djurgårdsstaden area, where new residential and commercial buildings are being developed. The school buildings will take up 8,850 sq. m. in total, and will accommodate up to 900 students. The project is planned to be completed in May 2019.

Mr. Galdikas says that once successfully implemented, the project with prestigious construction contractor Skanska will become signature work for Axis Power in striving for more collaboration with other contractors from the Scandinavian construction industry.

It wasn't the first Axis Power project in Sweden. In July this year the company signed a contract with ABB Group to reconstruct the Nysater 400/130 kV substation. Axis Power also implemented four Siemens orders, which are worth EUR 1 mln.

Skanska is one of the largest construction companies in Europe and the USA. The innovative and modern group of companies implements over 10,000 active construction projects a year. Skanska employs 41,000 people and is awarded as one of the best employers every year.