Category:2018

Pontarius is growing and spreding to more places in Sweden. The latest office extension is found in Lidköping

Pontarius is continuing its expansion and is opening its eight office, this time in central Lidköping.

Lidköping is a city whose population is steadily increasing, and Pontarius wants to be a part of the city’s expansion and future plans. Pontarius has received an assignment on a three-year framework agreement with AB Bostäder, which is the municipal housing company in the municipality. In addition, Pontarius has responsibility in several projects where the silo construction for Fazer should be mentioned as the most comprehensive.

The first person at the Lidköping office was Jonas Lyckebäck. The new addition Marcus Bäck, who is a project/construction manager and moisture expert, arrived shortly afterwards. The recruitment process of staff to the office has begun and new premises are already being searched for.

“We are really looking forward to building an organization that can offer our clients a range of skills such as construction inspections, control officer cert K, project management/design/construction management and moisture investigations”, Jonas Lyckebäck says.

Image: The silo construction for Fazer in Lidköping.

Pontarius was a part of, and felt strong interest, high ambition and innovation power at the KTH Labor Market Fair, Lava 2018

To participate in fairs is incredibly rewarding and interesting. The enthusiasm from students who are eager to join the work life and test their skills truly is contagious and provides us with new perspectives on leadership and business development. For Pontarius, it is also a method to ensure a forward-looking recruitment of young talents who can contribute to a sustainable development of our business.

Lava gathers contractors, real estate companies, real estate companies, consulting companies, as well as representatives from state and municipal companies; and thus provides students with the opportunity to connect with companies within the building, architectural, real estate and finance industry. The focus of the fair is to create forum for contact between future employers and students.

Pontarius was represented by Jonas Wallin and Filip Jacobsson, who presented the company’s activities and visions of being a leading consultancy within the community construction sector. This year, the big attraction turned out to be the Aviation and Airports business area, as many people found it to be especially exciting. However, the Property and Development business area was also a popular topic among the students.

We who participated experienced that Pontarius had made a positive impression on the students from last year as there were many recurring people stopping by. But we also met many new people who had heard about our company and were interested in knowing more about what we stand for and the types of assignments and projects we perform.

To participate in fairs is incredibly rewarding and interesting. The enthusiasm from students who are eager to join the work life and test their skills truly is contagious and provides us with new perspectives on leadership and business development. As a company, it is also crucial to be seen in order to ensure the opportunity to recruit qualified people in the future.

In conclusion, we are incredibly pleased with the day, and the conversations and discussions that we had with the students provided us with new energy and good ideas to have with us in the future. We are looking forward to coming back to the Lava fair next year.

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