With 770 experts working in 12 offices, including 7 in Sweden, 4 in Denmark and 1 in Norway, these teams have established themselves as key players in the field of infrastructure and consultancy. These acquisitions mark a major step forward for SYSTRA’s development in Nordic countries, where the Group already employs 300 staff.
This strategic reinforcement will enable SYSTRA to respond more effectively to the major projects undertaken in these countries and to offer its clients a wider range of services.
Pierre Verzat, CEO of SYSTRA with Jean-Charles Vollery, COO of SYSTRA and Arnaud Jeudy, CFAO of SYSTRA, in Copenhagen, Denmark, on August 31st to welcome our new colleagues
We are delighted to welcome these new expert teams to SYSTRA. These acquisitions are in line with our growth strategy in Europe and strongly confirm our presence in Sweden, Denmark and Norway, where governments are investing massively in transport infrastructure, particularly railways. Together, we will be able to contribute to major sustainable mobility and resilient infrastructure projects in the region.Pierre Verzat, CEO of SYSTRA
The SYSTRA Group has been present in the Nordic countries for over 10 years, and has been involved in numerous projects and emblematic ongoing projects such as :
- in Denmark, the Copenhagen automatic metro since 2007, the electrification of the entire Danish rail network since 2013, and the automation of the S-STOG suburban trains since 2021;
- in Sweden, the Ostlänken high-speed line since 2015, the Uppsala tramway since 2021 and the Kolmården since 2023;
- and in Norway, the Follo-Line high-speed line tunnel since 2018, the Vestfold Nykirke – Barkåker line since 2019 and the Grenland bridge since 2021.