NCC has been commissioned to construct a large part of the first phase of the waste-based energy-producing plant Amager Bakke on behalf of the contractor I/S Amager Ressourcecenter (I/S Amagerforbrænding).
The contract value is SEK 250 million and the order will be registered in the first quarter of 2013.
The contract includes construction site management, ramming and construction of new silos as well as earth and concrete works during the first phase of the construction of Amager Bakke.
The basic contract amount is SEK 250 million but, including possible additional assignments, the total contract value could reach as much as SEK 307 million.
Amager Bakke, which is located in Copenhagen, will be a modern energy-producing plant for waste management and resource recycling, designed using state-of-the-art green technology. The facility will replace a current waste-incineration plant, which is more than 40 years old.
The architect behind the plant is the internationally renowned Danish architect Bjarke Ingels, who has also designed an artificial ski slope on the roof of the structure.
The contract will be registered by the business unit NCC Construction Danmark during the first quarter of 2013.