Skanska UK’s new carbon reduction target
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Ground-breaking wind turbines achieve the highest standards of low-carbon construction for Welsh Water in South Wales.
The Ordsall Chord viaduct is improving rail links in Manchester, as part of Network Rail’s £1 billion upgrade plan for the North of England.
High-quality office and retail space in the heart of the City of London, developed and built by Skanska.
We rebuilt one of the UK’s key intersections, the complex Catthorpe interchange, improving safety and journey time reliability.
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This digital fly-through of our new London office, 51 Moorgate, shows how Skanska UK is using computer game technology to deliver more effective projects
Podcast extra: The technical director of our building arm, Peter Jones, says Skanska UK is using digital twins and augmented reality to make construction and maintenance safer and more effective.
Digital tools and an innovative approach have helped Skanska UK carry out a significant and technically challenging improvement project at the Nene bridge in Peterborough.
To coincide with National Inclusion Week, Executive Vice President Katy Dowding talks about her 30 years in the construction industry and about how it’s changed for the better.
Tania Jacobs, who is part of the HS2 high-speed rail link team, says she is passionate about community investment.
This film captures the elements that contribute to making Skanska unique in the industry: capability; Scandinavian values; global presence; an end-to-end offering that includes development, design, building and maintaining.
Skanska UK believes that greater transparency over carbon emissions is a vital step in tackling climate change
This calls for a change of approach across the whole construction industry to reduce emissions.
We are helping Gloucestershire County Council achieve its carbon reduction target by upgrading ageing street lights to the latest LED technology.
The Marq, from @TheCrownEstate, delivered by Skanska in March this year, is the first new-build project in the UK t… https://t.co/1gH87YCVgL
Skanska UK’s @Dowding2 is speaking today about sustainability at a panel discussion at the Swedish-British Summit 2… https://t.co/ovo5aFyL9f
Well done to our @PeterboroughCC #Highways & Projects teams for scooping 2 trophies in the prestigious… https://t.co/Z4Y3zDiNAC
Getting the job done, and challenging common perceptions around construction in the process.
Our project, the European Spallation Source ERIC (ESS) has won an international innovation prize for its design, planning and engineering.
ESS will be the world’s most powerful research facility of its type and is currently under construction in Lund, Sweden. Learn more about ESS in the video and read more about the award at: https://group.skanska.com/media/240215/Skanska-wins-international-innovation-prize-for-European-Spallation-Source
As buildings and the construction industry generate among the largest portions of carbon emissions, new collaborations are essential for creating solutions to help realize a carbon-neutral future. Together with Microsoft and other partners we have co-created #EC3 – a tool empowering the building industry to reduce embodied carbon: https://group.skanska.com/media/articles/co-creating-solutions-to-reduce-the-industry-s-carbon-footprint/