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Swedish Iterio AB to join the Multiconsult group

MulticonsultgroupThe Swedish Consultancy Company Iterio AB will join Multiconsult ASA on March 7. This acquisition strengthens Multiconsult’s position and long-term investment in the Swedish market.

The Swedish Consultancy Company Iterio AB will join Multiconsult ASA on March 7. This acquisition strengthens Multiconsult’s position and long-term investment in the Swedish market.

Iterio AB are consultants within social planning and construction, with clients including the Swedish Traffic Administration, Trafikverket, and some of Sweden’s largest municipalities.

– We are convinced that Multiconsult will be a good industrial owner. They are one of the strongest companies in the business with a long and robust history in Norway. We are looking forward to a joint future within the Swedish market, where we will work together to further develop Multiconsult’s Scandinavian investment. This acquisition gives Iterio increased financial strength and long-term stability. At the same we are given the opportunity to provide a broader service offer to our customers», says Jonas Jonsson, Managing Director of Iterio AB.

Natural expansion within Scandinavia

The Multiconsult group have a presence in Sweden through LINK Arkitektur. Multiconsult is thus already well on the way in its endeavour to become a Scandinavian group with an international impact.

– We are proud to welcome Iterio AB into the Multiconsult group. With coinciding values and a similar corporate culture, they are a natural extension of our Scandinavian investment. They have in-depth and valuable expertise in geotechnical, environmental and traffic and have built up a solid market position which we look forward to building further, says Øyvind Holt Dahl, Executive Vice-President for Marketing, Strategy and Innovation at Multiconsult.

Iterio AB
Iterio is a social planning and construction consultancy company and works primarily with project management, project planning and data coordination. Its specialists work within all phases of geotechnology, environment and traffic. Customers include the Swedish Transport Administration Trafikverket, Stockholm County Council and municipalities, property companies, developers and architects. Iterio was founded in 2011 and has 75 employees today with offices in Stockholm, Gothenburg and Malmö.

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