ConDig (11-Apr-19). Swedish developer and contractor Skanska has secured a $88 million contract to revamp an industrial manufacturing facility in the Midwest.
Under the deal with the unnamed client, the company will self-perform all mechanical, electrical and civil construction sections of the project.
Construction work starts this month, with a completion date set for September 2020.
Skanska has also bagged a $69 million deal to demolish and replace Lakeridge Junior High School in Oregon.
The project will feature a 12,000 square-meter school to replace the existing building. The new school will feature an improved learning environment, improved security and access controls, improved capacity and a passive ventilation system to provide energy savings.
Construction is slated to kick off this month and scheduled for completion in fall 2020.
Earlier this month, Skanska inked a $57 million deal to rebuild the headquarters of global manufacturer Jabil Inc in St. Petersburg, Florida.
It followed a $45 million deal to build and renovate schools in Ohio secured by the contractor in March.
Skanska also unveiled that it had landed a $48 million contract to build a manufacturing facility in the western region of the US.