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Skanska wins two contracts in Oregon worth $485m

An air traffic control tower at Portland International Airport (Davidgn/Dreamstime)
Swedish contractor Skanska has won two contracts worth a combined total of $485m in Oregon, a state in the US’ Pacific northwest.

Skanska has a $422m share in a joint venture contract with local firm Hoffman Construction, which will carry out improvements to Portland International Airport, including the expansion of the airport’s terminal.  

Construction is under way, with substantial completion due in 2025.

Skanska has also been awarded a $63m contract by the Oregon Health & Science University for its expansion project. Work began on this scheme in April with substantial completion scheduled for 2026.

Skanska’s role includes early site and foundation work and long-lead equipment procurement.

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