At our workshop with Great Ormond Street Hospital we shared a book we’ve created – The Bloomsbury Swan. Dedicated to those with undiagnosed conditions, also known as syndromes without a name (SWANs), it shares the story of the swan sculpture now situated on the roof of the hospital. http://bit.ly/2oEVlc8
Proud to be part of creating a hospital that's considered by the World Economic Forum to be one of the most advanced buildings in the world. For more on how we are making New Karolinska a reality, see: https://lnkd.in/eh522gWhttps://lnkd.in/g_HWq8Y
We collaborated with Microsoft, to create the world’s first augmented reality leasing centers at our 2+U office tower in Seattle. Allowing the tenant to step into a project virtually is better than a brochure,” said our President & CEO of Skanska USA Commercial Development, Shawn Hurley. http://nyp.st/2oZTWeC
Great to see Karolinska University Hospital recognized by the World Economic Forum as one of the most advanced buildings in the world.
Read more about our role in making it a reality here: http://skanska.com/nks
Better than a brochure. Nice piece via the New York Post mentioning our work with Microsoft HoloLens & Studio216 creating the world’s first augmented reality leasing center in Seattle.
Our next big project brings us to more remote (and very beautiful) parts of the world.
Excited to announce that we will build the Østerbø power station in Norway, set to bring energy to over 8000 homes. Read the release: http://bit.ly/2oXoGNy
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