Resolutions at Sweco AB’s annual general meeting and board resolutions on repurchase and transfer of treasury shares

22 April 2021

The energy grid of Raksila Sports Centre will halve the carbon emissions from buildings

19 April 2021
Last year, an energy vision was prepared for Raksila Sports Centre in Oulu. The energy grid made up by the ice hall, swimming hall and Oulu Hall, all owned by the City of Oulu, will reduce the area’s carbon emissions by half and save up to 200,000 euros each year.

Sweco acquires Finnish architecture company Linja Arkkitehdit

09 April 2021
Sweco has signed an agreement to acquire Linja Arkkitehdit Oy, specialised in design of educational and business premises as well as residential buildings. With the acquisition Sweco becomes one of the largest architecture companies in Finland.

Sweco acquires sustainability consultant Gaia

07 April 2021
Sweco has signed an agreement to acquire Gaia Consulting Oy, a Finnish consultancy specialised in sustainable solutions. The acquisition strengthens Sweco’s position as a forerunner of sustainable development in Finland. 

Change in number of shares and votes in Sweco AB (publ)

31 March 2021

Sweco publishes Annual and Sustainability Report 2020

30 March 2021

Sweco contributes to improved mobility in the greater Amsterdam area

25 March 2021
Sweco has been selected for the design of all road infrastructure and the open cut tunnel for the A9 between Badhoevedorp and Holendrecht in the Netherlands. The total contract value is approximately 10 million euros.


23 March 2021
Sweco Norge has won the contract for consultancy services in connection with planning and project support for a double-track line through Stange municipality. The contract has an estimated value of NOK 160 million, including options.

Notice of Annual General Meeting in Sweco AB (publ)

17 March 2021

A concept for a carbon-neutral sports hall was created in Imatra

15 March 2021
The City of Imatra is setting an example of promoting low carbon emissions in public buildings. Sweco conducted a carbon footprint survey on the new sports hall of the City of Imatra. In connection with the survey, a new construction concept was created to be openly shared in order to promote low-carbon construction in Finland.