Bravida has been contracted by Tommy Allström Byggproduktion AB to carry out electrical installation work worth approximately SEK 100 million in the construction of Coop’s new automated goods terminal in Eskilstuna, Sweden. The project will be included in the order intake for Finland in the fourth quarter of 2020.
The Eskilstuna terminal will have an area of 109,000 sqm, making it one of Europe’s largest fully automated food industry terminals. The project is a design-and-build contract and Bravida’s work comprises project design and installation.
– It’s an exciting project with stringent requirements as regards effective cooperation to achieve a successful result. We have good experience of working with Bravida, and they were the natural choice of cooperation partner for this project as well, commented Tommy Allström at Tommy Allström Byggproduktion AB.
All processes at the facility will operate 24/7 on a fully automated basis, requiring highly efficient technology. Bravida strives to install the most energy-efficient solutions to make the building sustainable in the long term. Effective coordination and detailed project management will play a key role.
– It’s an exciting project in which we will be applying our expertise in logistics and energy efficient installations, said Jörgen Henriksson, CEO of Hangö Elektriska, which is part of Bravida. I’m confident that, together with Tommy Allström Byggproduktion AB, we will deliver a great result that meets the customer’s requirements.
The project design stage has begun, involving approximately 20 employees from Bravida, and the order will be included in the order intake for Finland in the fourth quarter of 2020. The project will be completed by the second quarter of 2024 and Bravida’s work is expected to be concluded by the end of 2021.
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