Embracing future adaptivity

This year marks a pivotal shift in our approach – transitioning from a sustainability strategy to a holistic strategy for sustainable business. Our commitment is twofold: helping society adapt to the future and blending sustainability with business objectives for a rapid and effective transition.

A shift in mindset

Recognizing the vast gap between societal needs and sustainable building solutions, Adapteo remains steadfast in leading the market in circular social infrastructure, while respecting planetary boundaries.

Our corporate strategy rests on three strategic pillars, weaving sustainability into every aspect of our business. We champion a 'theory of change', placing adaptivity at the forefront – a resilience born from agility and flexibility in the face of change. This ethos, inherent in our products, is in all facets of our operations.


Circular by Design​

Our "Space as a Service" model encapsulates our commitment to sustainability, adaptability, and circular economy principles, meeting the evolving needs of communities across Europe.

Tailored to cater to diverse space requirements - be it education, healthcare, office spaces, or accommodation - our service delivers top-notch, social infrastructure solutions. Perfect for short-term needs or longer-term projects, Adapteo's modular buildings exemplify flexibility and quality.

With a focus on environmental stewardship, we embrace a circular model ensuring resource efficiency, waste reduction and a focus on reuse, renewable and recyclable materials. In 2023 alone, our commitment to sustainability was underscored by achieving an EcoVadis Gold rating, highlighting our dedication to ecological and social responsibility.

Select highlights of 2023:


6.7 million educational hours enabled​.


1,250 solar panels installed​.


Reduced waste per square meter by 11.7 % since 2022.


Awarded EcoVadis Gold for Adapteo Sweden and Group, recognizing our commitment to ESG performance.​


Committed to set Science Based Targets, aspiring for net-zero emissions by 2040.


64.5% of the rented fleet that was deployed in 2023 was reused, while rental sales increased by 23% since 2022.