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Skanskas largest business stream in terms of revenue

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Unformatted text preview: ve in the Czech Republic. 15 March 2009 Skanska Corporate Presentation Today going for tomorrow − Consumer orientation − Standardized solutions − Common land bank strategy − Common way of working − Consumer branding 16 March 2009 Skanska Corporate Presentation Challenges and ambitions − Market leader − Lowest cost − Understanding consumer trends − The preferred partner for the cities 17 March 2009 Skanska Corporate Presentation Commercial Development ÅF office, Sweden Lintulahti, Finland The Flundran block, Sweden The business stream initiates, develops, leases and divests commercial property projects. Nor Focus on office buildings, shopping centers and logisticsra Bantorget, Stockholm properties. Presence in Stockholm, Gothenburg, Öresund (Malmö-Copenhagen), Helsinki, Warsaw, Wroclaw, Prague and Budapest 18 March 2009 Skanska Corporate Presentation Key functions in a CD unit Leasing Project development and execution Asset management Property transactions Competences Marketing and sales, Construction, Real estate, Finance 19 March 2009 Skanska Corporate Presentation Geographic expansion – CD 10 years ago 7 years ago Retail and logistic centers 3 years ago Regional cities Central Europa and Finland Today 20 March 2009 Capital cities and major cities in Sweden U.S. Skanska Corporate Presentation Infrastructure Development A1, Poland The London Hospital, U.K. Brislington Enterprise College, U.K. Infrastructure Development develops and invests in privately financed infrastructure projects such as roads, hospitals and power generation plants. Focus on creating new potential for projects in markets where Skanska has construction business units. 21 March 2009 Skanska Corporate Presentation Key activities in ID Project development and bid activities Project execution Asset management Financing Competences Financial, legal, sector spets, traffic experts 22 March 2009 Skanska Corporate Presentation Skanska ID on the map Europe Projects: A1 motorway, Poland E18 motorway, Finland Nelostie motorway, Finland E39 motorway, Norway Waste Water Treatment Plant Russia (sold) U.K. Americas Projects: Bristol BSF Schools Bexley Schools Midlothian Schools Barts & the London Hospitals Derby City General Hospital New University Hospitals, Coventry Central Nottinghamshire Hospitals Walsall Manor Hospitals Bridgend Prison, UK (sold) King’s Hospital, UK (sold) Projects: Autopista Central, Chile Breitener Energetica, Brazil Ponte de Pedra Hydroelectric power, Brazil (sold) Office locations 23 March 2009 Skanska Corporate Presentation Project locations Skanska synergies Dividend to shareholders Profits and positive cash flows from Construction are invested in the project development business streams Commercial Development Construction Internal construction contracts External construction contracts 24 March 2009 Skanska Corporate Presentation Residential Development Infrastructure Development Our clients − Thousands of clients in our selected home markets − Varying sizes, authorities, investors as well as private persons − Many world-leading Fortune Global 500 companies − The UN has commissioned Skanska for several assignments in different parts of the world through the years − A large number of public agencies and authorities such as the Departments of Transportation, Port Authorities, National Health Services and National Road Administrations in our home markets 25 March 2009 Skanska Corporate Presentation How we work 26 March 2009 Skanska Corporate Presentation Code of Conduct − General principles including human rights − Employee relations including health and safety − Business ethics − Environment 27 March 2009 Skanska Corporate Presentation Skanska Sustainability Agenda Social Agenda Human Resources Health & Safety Corporate Community Involvement Economic Agenda Project selection Supply chain Value added Environmental Agenda Energy & Climate Materials Eco­ systems 28 March 2009 Skanska Corporate Presentation Business Ethics Local impacts The five zeros Zero loss-making projects 29 March 2009 Zero Zero environmental accidents incidents Skanska Corporate Presentation Zero ethical breaches Zero defects Risk Management in Skanska − We are in the risk business…. − Managing risk must be a key discipline in Skanska 30 March 2009 Skanska Corporate Presentation Risk Management Skanska Tender Approval Procedure (STAP) Activity Responsible Decision Responsible 31 March 2009 Skanska Corporate Presentation Where we are heading 32 32 March 2009 Skanska Corporate Presentation The road ahead… − Long-term growth in project development − Increase profitability and efficiency in construction − Safety − Green − Customer orientation − Branding − People 33 March 2009 Skanska Corporate Presentation Long-term growth in project development 34 March 2009 Skanska Corporate Presentation Increase profitability and efficiency in Construction 35 March 2009 Skanska Corporate Presentation Safety 36 March 2009 Skanska Corporate Presentation Increased focus − Visible leadersh...
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