Fasadsystem is one of the Soltech Group's companies active in facade, glass and aluminium contracting, as well as solar facades and roof-placed solar energy installations. The company has now signed several deals with, among others, Skanska and NCC. The assignments include integrated solar cell facades, facade renovations and large-scale roof-placed solar energy solutions. The projects are planned to start in Q3-Q4 2023 and Q1 2024. The total order value for the assignments amounts to approximately SEK 34 million.
Fasadsystem in Stenkullen has been part of the Soltech Group since 2020. They offer different types of solar facades and roof-mounted solar energy solutions, in addition to the core competence in façade contracting as well as glass and aluminium work.
Now the company has won several new projects. Among other things, Fasadsystem will help the construction group Skanska with the renovation of a large existing glass façade in Gothenburg. Högskolan Dalarna will get a black, shimmering solar facade of about 600 sqm and Remondis in Hovmantorp will get a large roof-placed solar cell installation. The rooftop solar cell installation will cover an area of close to 1,000 sqm and have an installed capacity of 258 kW.
In line with Soltech's transformation strategy, Fasadsystem has added solar energy services to its core competencies since becoming part of the Group. Something that is now once again evident when the new projects span traditional facade renovations to the installation of integrated and technically complex solar cell facades. The company's CEO Tommie Standerth is proud of the orders and of the company's broad competence.
– We are very pleased to have been entrusted with carrying out several new prestige orders. In addition to deepening our cooperation with companies such as Skanska and NCC, it feels great that we can offer a broad palette of competitive services. It is Fasadsystem's employees who make this possible and we look forward to starting the new projects, says Tommie Standerth, CEO of Fasadsystem.