Scandi Byg a/s

Scandi Byg – Systematized individual building at Fehmarn

Scandi Byg a/s produce buildings within: (Temporary buildings)

  • Accomodation
  • Office Buildings
  • Canteens
  • Guardbuldings
  • Mobile crew facilities
  • Etc.

Scandi Byg a/s works in both direct sales and also collaborate with rental suppliers for rental solutions.

 

The following gives you a brief introduction to our company and the products that we offer in order to illustrate the possibilities that our concept gives.

Scandi Byg a/s

Scandi Byg a/s was founded in 1978 and has since that time developed, systematized and produced light building for private and public clients.

Our wide experience has resulted in a concept which is an interesting alternative to the far more expensive and more traditional building methods.

Scandi Byg is today a well consolidated subsidiary of Denmark’s largest construction group MT Højgaard a/s.

The company is located in Northern Jutland, at the town of Løgstør, which faces the beautiful Limfiord. The company employs around 250 people in the office and in the production.

A large production facility secures fast and stable deliverance for as well small as large orders.

 

Scandi Byg’s business areas

Scandi Byg’s business areas are divided into the following groups of buildings: (Stationary)

  • Institutions and schools
  • Housing
  • Offices
  • Health and research (ex. Laboratories)

 

Organization

To support our production plant Scandi Byg has a qualified and efficient team of sales consultants, engineers, production and erection managers who, due to their vast experience – each in his own area – ensure the optimal result.

We would like you, to take us in consideration, regarding as well temporary housing and office buildings as permanent buildings, and would like to hear from you.

Should the above have woken your interest, we would like to hear how we can help you solving, especially the housing and office facilities.

 

www.scandibyg.dk

 

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