Skanska registers $32M deal to revamp university in Cincinnati

ConDig (26-Sept-19).  Swedish developer and contractor Skanska has bagged a $32 million deal to upgrade the University of Cincinnati College of Law in Cincinnati, in Ohio.

Under the deal with the University of Cincinnati, the company will renovate and expand the school’s former College of Business, Lindner Hall. 

Skanska will revamp an existing 9,300-square-meter facility and build a 1,400-square-meter expansion, which will include Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements, as well as new collaborative student and faculty spaces. The renovated six-story building will be the new home of the school’s College of Law, Skanska said. 

Construction on the project will kick off in July 2020 and completion is slated for December 2021.

Earlier this month, Skanska said it had booked a $74 million deal to build residential apartments in Nashville, Tennessee.

Last month, Skanska secured a $135.5 million deal to build a high school in Burien, Washington.

In June, Skanska landed two contracts in Boston, Massachusetts, worth a total of $112.6 million.

Skanska said it had signed a $101 million contract in June to build a four-lane highway with freeway connectors on State Route 905 in San Diego, California.

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