Interim report January – June 2020 Sweco AB (PUBL)
16 July 2020
Continued solid performance in uncertain times
Cities need to build resilience towards increasingly common heatwaves
01 July 2020
The coronavirus has exposed elderly citizens as a high-risk group, but an increasingly warmer Europe poses yet another serious threat. More Europeans are dying from heatwaves than from all other natural hazards combined. We need to do more to prepare and adapt our cities for the future, concludes Sweco in the latest of its Urban Insight reports.
Planning for increasing density and climate hazards - how do we create resilient societies?
10 June 2020
A new report from Sweco reveals how cities can increase the number of inhabitants by 100%, the number of workplaces by 100% and green space by 100% – all while improving liveability and climate resilience.
Interim report January – March 2020 Sweco AB (PUBL)
15 May 2020
Strong start of the year – but uncertain times ahead
Resolutions at Sweco AB’s Annual General Meeting and resolution on repurchase and transfer of treasury shares
23 April 2020
Sweco’s Board of Directors adjusts its dividend proposal
21 April 2020
Given the general level of uncertainty resulting from Covid-19, Sweco’s Board has decided to adjust its dividend proposal. New proposed dividend is SEK 3.10 per share.
Sweco part of designing a new tramline in Helsinki
08 April 2020
As part of investment in a growing tramline network in Helsinki, Finland, Sweco in alliance with Destia and WSP will provide services to Helsinki City Transport, HKL, for construction of the new Kalasatama tramline.
Effects of Covid-19 and announced measures
06 April 2020
Sweco has a continued strong financial position with a project portfolio that remains relatively unaffected due to Covid-19. However, the company is taking necessary actions to mitigate effects of weaker demand in specific segments.
Sweco's Annual Report 2019
02 April 2020
Limiting infrastructure carbon emissions is key to solving the climate crisis
31 March 2020
Already today, infrastructure sectors in nations such as the UK account for over 50% of carbon emissions. By 2050 this figure may have increased to 90%. The ability to assess carbon at the earliest project stages is essential, as this is where the greatest carbon and cost reduction potential exists.