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In the summer of 2009, the residents of the Molde 1-2 block of Husby were able to celebrate their newly renovated buildings and renewed inner courtyard. Prior to the renovation, the two five-story buildings were in great need of renovation and their energy consumption was high.
Our first task at Molde 1-2 was really just to build a new laundry room, and for that task we used tools from Skanska’s knowledge bank, Miljonhemmet.
In Miljonhemmet we have collected our experiences from work on the million homes program buildings, experiences that have subsequently been reused on new projects.
When we received our next job at the Molde block, we were able to use more of our Miljonhemmet tools. We renovated and added additional insulation to both the roof and walls as well as plastered the facades and tightened up the joints between the sandwich panels.
Other measures included replacing doors and windows with higher energy performance ones and an entirely new inner courtyard with private patios. We repaired concrete damage on balconies and exterior corridors, installed new railings and covered facades along balconies and exterior corridors with a durable, graffiti-resistant sheet metal material.
Energy consumption has been reduced by approximately 20-25% thanks to replacement windows and additional insulation on the facades and roof. The energy-saving measures have contributed to Svenska Bostäder’s financing of the renovation.
Communication with the residents is important for good cooperation. Everyone was able to stay in their apartments during the renovation. Although many languages are spoken in the area, by recruiting people from the area, we were able to maintain clear communications with the residents.
This run-down area in the Järva neighborhood was built between 1972 and 1977 and was part of the million homes program. Molde is a pilot project for the Järva revitalization program – Svenska Bostäder’s initiative to transform the Järva area into a safe, pleasant and attractive part of Stockholm.
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Energy consumption in the Molde block has been drastically reduced, down 20-25%, due to Skanska’s renovation measures.
Skanska has initiated a thesis project at KTH Royal Institute of Technology with the task of determining how much energy the buildings are saving and whether there are other creative ways to save energy. We are always striving to do better. Obviously, our client, Svenska Bostäder, will share in the results.
Environment is important for Skanska even during the construction phase. During the construction project we source-separated the glass and wood from the windows and many other construction materials.
Recruiting individuals from the area helped us to maintain a smooth dialogue with the residents. They received clear information and were able to communicate their wishes.
New illumination and better placement of the bicycle rack has contributed to making the courtyard a safer place for residents. We hope that this renovated residential environment both inside and out will make residents proud of their area. Taking greater responsibility and improved safety will help to foster interaction among people.
The project was a turnkey contract with coordination of subcontractors. Thanks to a close cooperation with our client, Svenska Bostäder, and all of the contractors, the project has run very smoothly.
We receive the contract because Svenska Bostäder liked the work that we had done previously in the area. The work we performed in Husby included façade renovations, additions, building new laundry rooms and concrete renovation in the parking garage.
One challenge for the construction team was that everyone remained in their apartments. That placed exacting demands on us in regard to information, disruptions and safety.
Safety is always a priority in Skanska’s work. When residents remain in their apartments, safety routines need to be even more comprehensive.
A straightforward dialogue with residents was incredibly important. Some 78% of the residents are of foreign origin and many do not speak Swedish.
Our solution was to recruit two very talented young men from the area who speak several different languages. They have answered questions and collected feedback from both the residents and people who pass by the construction site daily.
All of the facades on two of the buildings have had additional insulation added and been plastered white. Even the roofs received added insulation. We renovated the entryways, replaced windows and apartment doors.
Concrete renovation of the balconies and exterior corridors was completed. That is a good example of how we use our experiences from Miljonhemmet. We have developed quality-assured methods for the repair of concrete damage, and those were used on the Molde block.
Exterior corridors and balconies also received new lighting and a design makeover.
The courtyard is an important part of this project. That is where residents meet and interact. The courtyard has been renewed with new plantings, nice playgrounds and paths. The apartments on the main floor gained outdoor patios. Illumination has been improved and bicycle parking was relocated to enhance security.
We maintained a fast pace and managed to complete all of the measures in less than a year. Our goal was to create an environment that would make the residents proud of their area.
“I think that what worked best was the cooperation between all the parties involved – the architects, Skanska’s employees and the subcontractors. Another positive was Abdi and Shiraz. It is nice to see that two such pleasant guys got jobs and did so well. We hope that they will be able to continue working on our projects. All of the subcontractors should also be recognized for their involvement in the project. They had a hand in pushing the project forward and coming up with ideas to solve problems.”
Roland Svensson, Project Manager, Svenska Bostäder