19 November 2014
The Group generated Q3 operating profit of DKK 72 million before special items, the best quarterly performance in five years. Management upgrades its expectations for 2014 operating profit to DKK 175–200 million.
10 November 2014
Construction of a new concrete bridge and creation of a sandy beach, a swimming area and coastal protection represent the first major project for MT Højgaard in Qatar. The contract has a value of DKK 77 million.
3 November 2014
Metroselskabet have awarded MT Højgaard the assignment worth approxi-mately DKK 570 million to complete the stations on the Cityringen metro line being built in Copenhagen.
31 October 2014
Thule Air Base operations and maintenance contract to expire by 30 September 2015.
28 October 2014
Soon more international tourists will be able to fly directly to the southern Atolls of the Maldives. MT Højgaard is to upgrade the Gan Airport to international standard.
12 October 2014
The Group ordered to pay partial damages in recent litigation.
7 October 2014
MT Højgaard has entered into a contract with Bricks A/S to build STRANDPROMENADEN which consists of 42 homes with a sea view at Østerbro in Copenhagen. The luxury homes will be built with materials of the very highest quality.
28 August 2014
The Group's operating result excluding special items was DKK 16 million in the first half-year of 2014 compared to a loss of DKK 18 million in the same period last year.Expectations of an operating profit of DKK 150-225 million in 2014 are main-tained.
21 August 2014
In a few months, the first of a new generation of concrete foundations will be installed for the first time in the English Channel. Optimised production methods and easy installation concept opens up the possibility of major deepwater offshore wind turbine parks.
19 May 2014
The Group improves its operating result compared to Q1 2013, and management's expectations for 2014 remain unchanged. The overall result is, however, adversely affected by DKK 195 million after losing an old offshore dispute that we are now seeking to appeal.