11 May 2016
The MT Højgaard Group continued winning attractive orders and strengthening the order book in the first quarter of 2016. Revenue and EBIT marked by postponed project start-ups.
16 March 2016
The Annual General Meeting of MT Højgaard A/S has today appointed Christine Thorsen as a new member of the Board of Directors.
9 March 2016
The projects are part of the renewal of the railway line connecting Copenhagen to Rødby and have a total contract value of DKK 452 million.
25 February 2016
The MT Højgaard Group generated operating profit of DKK 352 million in 2015, an im-provement from DKK 207 million in 2014. The Group reached its target of a 5% EBIT margin and manifested its competitive strength by winning new orders for DKK 7.5 billion.
15 February 2016
251 housing units and a number of activity centres will be built in a central location on the vibrant Aarhus waterfront. Kilden & Mortensen have entrusted MT Højgaard with the contract worth in excess of DKK 500 million.
27 November 2015
The Supreme Court has approved the opposing party’s application to appeal against a ruling in favour of MT Højgaard from April 2015 regarding an old offshore dispute.
12 November 2015
The MT Højgaard Group generated operating profit before special items of DKK 267 million in the nine months to 30 September 2015, compared with DKK 88 million in the same period last year. The Group won new orders of more than DKK 2 billion in the third quarter. Guidance for full-year results maintained.
5 November 2015
The Supreme Court has rejected the opposing party's application to appeal against a ruling in an old offshore dispute from April 2015, which was in favour of MT Højgaard. As a result, MT Højgaard will recognise DKK 195 million as income under Special items.
21 October 2015
The new book about Building Information Modeling (BIM) provides input on effective digital collaboration between the parties involved in building and civil engineering projects.
6 October 2015
Scandi Byg, a subsidiary of the MT Højgaard Group, has entered into a contract for about DKK 40 million to construct housing and other facilities in the Hamburg area for up to 360 refugees.