Pontarius is looking for students for degree projects

We are looking for students for relevant degree projects with focus on ports or airports for analysis of markets, technology, life-cycle perspectives and business benefits. Interested?

Please get in touch with:
Telephone: +46 8 410 290 65

Pontarius is looking for infrastructure designers

Infrastructure designers – Roads, streets, groundworks and HVAC
Pontarius AB continues to expand and we are now looking for those of you who would like to join us in planning the eco-airports, ports, roads and streets of the future.

We are looking for You if you have at least five years experience of project planning and a good working knowledge of the standard project planning software, AMA texts and Bills of Quantities. We would like to see that you have a relevant university degree or MSc in civil engineering, as well as a high level of commitment.

As a project planner at Pontarius, you will work in a variety of constellations depending on the nature of the assignment. Irrespective of your role, it is important that you show initiative and creativity, with extreme focus on quality. Our assignments come from both the public and private sectors, in Sweden and internationally.

We are looking for staff at all of our offices, in Stockholm, Gothenburg, Malmö, Norrköping, Jönköping, Växjö and Örebro.

Sounds interesting?
Please send your CV and a personal letter to If you have any further questions, please contact our CEO Johan Odeberg on +46 8 410 290 11.

About Pontarius AB
Pontarius AB is a management and technical consulting firm with a passion for improving companies and organisations; their business, services and products, in order to constantly create value for their stakeholders. We have in the region of 40 employees and are active in a number of industries in a wide range of geographic markets.

Pontarius supports children’s hospital in Cambodia

It is with great pleasure that we can announce that Pontarius supports the children’s hospital Angkor Hospital for Children in Siem Reap, Cambodia. The hospital is a good example where an enthusiast (Kenro Izu) collaborates globally to provide free health care for children in a region where the needs are very high. With energy, will and cooperation we can change the world for the better.


Short about the history of the hospital: 
”In 1996 Kenro Izu founded Non-profit organization Friends Without A Border (FWAB). With the help of health care professionals, the art community, and more than 6,000 supporters worldwide, Angkor Hospital for Children opened in 1999. Since its opening, the hospital has expanded while remaining focused on providing quality health care in Cambodia. From opening an Operating Theater in 2002, to being able to provide specialist heart surgery in 2008, AHC has achieved many milestones. Our Satellite Clinic which opened in 2010, further broadened our outreach and in 2011 we marked our millionth Outpatient treatment.”

Pontarius’ Sofia Lingegård on infrastructure in Vetenskapsradion

Today, Pontarius’ Innovation Manager Sofia Lingegård participates in Sveriges Radio’s “Vetenskapsradion”, in which she talks about maintenance and development of infrastructure. The focus of the program is the positive effects that can be achieved through long-term construction, maintenance and development of railways, which is one of Lingegård’s areas of research.

>> Listen to the program here

For more information, please contact:
Telephone: 08-410 290 65