Strabag wins turnkey contract in Copenhagen

By Sarah Ann McCay11 May 2014

Thomas Birtel

Thomas Birtel

Strabag’s Danish subsidiary Züblin has been awarded a €103 million contract to build the Axeltorv, AT2 project, a 14-storey multi-use building in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Thomas Birtel, CEO of Strabag, said, “This is the second building construction contract of such a magnitude for the Strabag Group in Denmark after signing the contract for the Bryghusprojektet just seven months earlier.”

The 42,000 m2 combined office and retail building, located on a square opposite Tivoli, has been designed by Danish architects Lundgaard & Tranberg.

The development includes public recreational areas, restaurants, cafés and multi-sublevel parking facilities. The project is to be handed over to the client by the end of 2016.

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