Contractor signed for NCG domicile

Nic. Christiansen Group has closed the deal with the contractor who will be responsible for the new domicile.

The Kolding-based contractor Kjæhr & Trillingsgaard will build Nic. Christiansen Group’s new domicile. The two parties each signed the contract on June 3rd.

In the final drawings, the group adds an extra floor to the building, just as the visions for the building's interior design have been finalized in collaboration with RUM Architects.​​​​​​​

​​​​​​​“With Kjæhr & Trillingsgaard, we get a partner who, like us, has orderliness in the forefront. They enter the project with over 100 years of experience and good references from Danfoss, Peugeot and Mercedes-Benz, among others. They know the automotive industry, they know us, and they know our visions for the building. I am confident that Kjæhr & Trillingsgaard are the right people to build our new domicile,” he says.​​​​​​​

“Nic. Christiansen Group’s new domicile will be a landmark for Kolding's business community with exemplary prioritization of, among other things, sustainable building materials and green areas. We look forward to helping realize the great ambitions for the construction,” says Morten Høilund, CEO of the contractor Kjæhr & Trillingsgaard.​​​​​​

In collaboration with the contractor, NCG’s internal project manager Lotte S. Sand will now make a plan for communication with the neighbors around the construction site, while the contractor prepares to demolish and then build on Sjællandsvej 1.

In the meantime, the relocation from Sjællandsvej to Esbjergvej is due in early July.

Current timeline

July 2022: The employees will leave Sjællandsvej 1 and move to our temporary domicile at Esbjergvej 101 in Kolding

August 2022: Demolition of the building at Sjællandsvej 1 begins

January 2023: Construction begins

Summer 2024: Expected finalization of the new domicile