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Uppsala University is planning to build new premises for the university administration in a beautiful location next to the Castle and the Botanical Garden in Uppsala. Rejlers is part of a group of consultants which has been commissioned by Akademiska Hus to design the electrical and telecommunications installations for the office building.
Together with the local council, Akademiska Hus has developed a new local plan for the northeastern corner of the Blåsenhus area where the office building will be located. Rejlers won a tender as part of a general consultancy group together with companies including ELU and Helenius. The architects for the project come from the Danish architect firm 3XN, which had already been chosen after a parallel assignment with four of the best architecture firms in the Nordic region.
“It’s really great news that Akademiska Hus is demonstrating its continued confidence in having us work with them on the design of the new office property,” says Björn Dahlin, Assignment Manager at Rejlers.
The building is planned to be around 25,000 square metres in size with a provisional moving-in date of 2016. At the moment the administration is based at different addresses across Uppsala. The aim of the new building is to create functional and centralised premises with a good working environment. Premises which are easily reached by employees, students and visitors alike, and accessible to everyone regardless of any physical disability they may have. The requirements for architectural quality are also high.
Rejlers is one of the largest engineering consultants in the Nordic region. Our 1,800 experts work with projects within the areas of Building and property, Energy, Industry and Infrastructure. With us, you will meet specialist engineers with the breadth, cutting edge expertise and not least energy to create the results you want. We continue to grow rapidly and our activities are spread across 70 locations in Sweden, Finland, Norway and Russia. Rejlers has revenue of approx. SEK 1.3 billion and its B-shares are listed on the Nordic list of Nasdaq OMX.
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