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Investing in movable buildings

14/06/2024, 08:57
Investing in movable buildings
Imagesource: Skellefteå Bostäder/Parmaco.
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Parmaco is making the investment and will rent out the buildings to the municipality of Skellefteå.

“This project is an important part of our strategy to support our municipal employees and their families. Through this collaboration with Parmaco, we can offer attractive and sustainable initial housing in a quick and efficient manner,” says Fredrik Nilsson, Property Manager of the Municipality of Skellefteå.

The new buildings will be 2 to 4 stories high, and the apartments will range from 50 to 60 square meters with two to three rooms, a kitchen, and a bathroom.

The modular construction will allow the buildings to be adapted in size and moved if needed.

“We are very proud of this collaboration and happy to invest in the region’s community development. Our dynamic and sustainable housing represents a paradigm shift where movable buildings now reach the same high standard as newly produced permanent buildings,” says Rikard Nyhrén, CEO of Parmaco Sweden.

The goal is for a number of the apartments to be ready this year and the rest in the spring of 2025.

The translation was written by an AI system, though the original text was authored by a human.