Just as for society at large, the pandemic has affected Adapteo’s operations. But it has also shown the need for flexible buildings – Adapteo is proud to have been able to contribute with quickly developed, tailor-made premises to increase the capacity for testing and vaccination against covid-19.
Despite these extraordinary market conditions, Adapteo is a much larger company today than it was when it was listed on the stock exchange. During the first quarter of this year, sales were 20 percent higher than in 2020. And last year, the number of employees increased from 372 to 505.
During these two years, Adapteo has substantially accelerated its ambitions in sustainability, with the goal of being one of the most sustainable companies in the construction and real estate industry. The result of this work was confirmed as MSCI raised its rating on Adapteo to AA.
“I am proud of what all our employees have achieved during these two years. Adapteo is a much larger organization today and we are growing, despite the fact that the market has been challenging. Our circular business model is constantly evolving, and our goal is to become one of the leading companies in sustainability in our industry,” says Philip Isell Lind af Hageby, President and CEO, Adapteo Group
Other highlights during the two years:
- At the end of 2020, Adapteo adopted a new sustainability strategy that focuses on climate-smart buildings, innovation for sustainability, and inclusive societies. Adapteo thus becomes a strong driving force for a circular and sustainable construction and real estate industry.
- In the last two years, Adapteo has built 228 flexible schools for almost 75,000 students and just over 14,000 preschool students attend one of the almost 70 preschools that Adapteo has developed.
- Stord Accommodation from Norway and Dutch Cabin Group from the Netherlands has been acquired. This has also led to Adapteo receiving its first orders in Belgium.
- In March, Adapteo won the assignment to construct adaptable buildings in FLC Village, where those building the Fehmarn Belt tunnel between Denmark and Germany will live during the construction, which is expected to last until 2027. The order, which is Adapteo’s largest ever, covers 30,000 square meters and 1,300 rooms.