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Building Information Modeling/ Virtual Design & Construction
In May 2010, it was announced that Skanska and the Danish architect office schmidt/hammer/lassen k/s had won the international competition organized by the City of Malmö.
The competition consisted of preparing a proposal for a combined facility for meetings, congresses, concerts and hotel, as well as to design the surrounding cityscape.
“A modern, high-quality congress facility has been lacking in Malmö for some time. Tourists play a key and expanding role in Malmö’s development, provide major financial inflow to Malmö and generate thousands of job opportunities,” says Ilmar Reepalu (Social Democratic Party), Chairman of the Municipal Executive Board.
Upon completion, Malmö Live will be approximately 85 meters high and thus visible from all over Malmö, the Öresund Bridge and parts of Copenhagen. In the south, facing the canal, there will be restaurants and open-air cafés. On the 25th floor, there will be a sky-bar with a view of the sea and the entire city.
The three buildings will be joined to form a whole. At the same time, the facility will be perceived as open, for example, by using the same surface coating both inside and outside on the ground floor.
Our assignment is not only to develop and build the concert center, congress and hotel. In total, we will build approximately 90,000 square meters at Universitetsholmen. The area will be a completely new city district, which will link the City of Malmö with Västra Hamnen.
“Some of the key concepts in our proposal were to create a meeting point for Malmö’s inhabitants, a vibrant location with 24-hour activities. Sustainability was another important aspect,” says Henrik Fajerson, Project Developer at Skanska.
The objective is that Malmö Live will be certified according to the international environmental system, LEED, aiming at the highest level, Platinum. Construction commences in 2012 and completion is scheduled for 2015.
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Marknadssegment: Conference facilities, Hotels and motels, Concert halls, Apartment buildings, Parking, Offices, Restaurants
The congress, concert and hotel facility will be a green project, with strongly reduced energy consumption and utilizing for example geothermal heating, solar energy and wind power. The objective is for the facility to be certified according to the international environmental system, LEED, aiming at the highest level, Platinum.
Jointly with the Danish architect office schmidt/hammer/lassen k/s, SLA Landscaping and Akustikon, we at Skanska prepared the winning proposal.
Skanska will develop and build the facility comprising three sections; for meetings/congresses, concerts and hotel operations.
We will invest approximately SEK 900 M in the congress and hotel facility. The contract amount for this amounts to SEK 876 M.
The turf-cutting ceremony was performed in June 2012. Already at the planning stage, Building Information Modelling (BIM) was included in the project and a 3D model of the property was developed. This facilitates access to information throughout all the phases of the project. It may, for example, involve drawings, amounts and production plans. By viewing the 3D model, it is possible to identify possible safety risks and prevent these before they become actual problems.
During the construction of Malmö Live, we place major focus on using tablets at worksites. In this manner, everyone will always have access to the most recent drawings with the latest updates. The tablets will also be used during inspections and safety inspection tours.
The 3D model also includes, in addition to the property itself, areas around the facility. By viewing the model, we were able to plan the establishment and design of the worksite in the most efficient manner. The City Tunnel passes under the worksite, which impacts the location of sheeting. By including tunnel tubes and surface lines in the 3D model, we were able to find flexible solutions to avoid collisions in the ground.
The entire facility comprises 90,000 square meters. The congress portion will have the capacity for 1,500 people, the concert hall will seat 1,600 and the hotel will have about 445 guest rooms, distributed on 25 floors.
Skanska has signed a 20-year lease agreement with Choice Hotels Scandinavia, by which the hotel and congress facility will operate under the Clarion brand.
Planning and construction schedule is estimated at approximately 3 years and the facility is scheduled for completion by 2015, if everything goes according to plan.