Wooden bridge Älvsbacka
The Älvsbacka Bridge in Skellefteå is one of many pedestrian bridges constructed by Martinsons since the end of the 1980s.
The enviromental benefits frome construction in wood is just one of many. Wooden pedestrian bridges have many advantages over other bridge types:
High level of prefabrication
– Fast assembly times
– Minimal inconvenience to traffic with bridge spanning a road
– Low costs for transport and laying the foundation
– Documented quality and service life
– Competitive prices
The world’s premier research and innovation environment in Lund
MAX IV, a world-class giant microscope, will be completed in 2015, and ESS, the globe’s most powerful neutron source, will begin construction in 2014. These research laboratories will make it possible for scientists to study in-depth the building blocks of different materials. Together, the investments for these research facilities are equal to those for the Öresund Bridge.
Sustainable Housing in Lomma Harbour
In the early years of the new millennium, the municipality of Lomma with a population of some 20,000 people, embarked on a major project to expand and renew the central area around the small harbour and beach. The goal was to expand the population by 30 per cent, and at the same time remodel the central part of the municipality so that it would become more attractive to residents.
Filborna Combined Heat- and Power Plant
The Filborna waste-to-energy plant is run by Öresundskraft, the municipality of Helsingborg’s wholly owned energy company. Commissioned in 2013 with a 70 MW boiler and an annual 160,000 tonnes RDF incineration limit, the plant is being upgraded to 250,000 tonnes pa. and a 90 MW boiler, producing steam for district heating and electricity.
Sysav – Waste to resources in southern Sweden
Sysav (South Scania Waste Company) and Sysav Industri AB receives, recycles and treats waste from households and businesses in southern Skåne. The companies are owned by 14 municipalities with a joint population of around 700,000, and have approximately 6,000 companies as customers.
The Ecological City of Tomorrow in the Western Harbour, Malmö
Western Harbour, previously a run-down shipyard and industry area of 187 hectares, is today a vivid “city within a city” with a university, ~10,000 inhabitants and more than 16,000 people working (2016). The area has its own systems for managing its energy supply and waste treatment. Car traffic in the area has been minimized as an environmentally friendly approach to urban planning and mobility.