Peab rebuilds Högland Hospital in Eksjö

Peab has been commissioned to rebuild sections of Högland Hospital in Eksjö. The customer is regional properties, Region Jönköping County and the contract is worth SEK 300 million.

Peab is commencing the work on part B of the Högland Hospital which entails renovation of the centrally located buildings 06 and 25, which include the ER. Renovation to meet the demands on a modern healthcare environment will be done in several stages. The goal is a hospital that will function well for a long time to come with flexible and generally designed rooms along with technical systems that enable easy adjustment to changing needs.

 “It’s an honor to be entrusted with this project and we look forward to collaborating with regional properties. Rebuilding a hospital complex is both interesting and demanding. In addition to providing the Högland Hospital with modern and fresh premises, we are focused on making sure that the hospital continues to function with the least possible disruption,” says Anders Bergeling, Region Manager Peab.

“This is an important and badly needed project since substantial investments in Högland Hospital are necessary. Renovating and adding on to building 06 and 25 contributes to providing our residents with a hospital that will function well for a long time to come with rooms that can easily be adjusted to fit changing demands and future requirements. The new functional premises will also contribute to a better work environment for our staff,” says Chair of the Regional Board, Mia Frisk.

The project is a turnkey contract in partnering and construction begins in December 2022. The renovation of the buildings is expected to be completed by May 2025 and landscaping will be finished in August 2025.

The project will be order registered in the fourth quarter 2022.

Illustration: Tengbomgruppen A

For further information, please contact:

Juha Hartomaa, Head of Investor Relations Peab, +46 725 33 31 45



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