featured one of the most interesting
and innovative buildings constructed during
2012 – an environmentally-friendly house in
the Stockholm region of Sweden.
To ensure that the house had a healthy
microclimate, solid wood and organic fibres
were used in its construction.
Architect: Daniel Fagerberg, constructor: HTCC.
HTCC was one of the builders involved in the construction of the museum dedicated to ABBA, the legendary Swedish band, which opened in 2013 in central Stockholm. The company manufactured and erected the museum’s external walls.
Since 2012, HTCC has been the recipient of the “Strongest in Lithuania” certificate. This certificate confirms that “the company is reliable and fulfils projects on time and will almost certainly fulfil its financial obligations”. A high solvency rating is the key evaluation criterion when deciding whether a certificate should be issued to a particular company. These certificates are issued by Creditinfo, the credit bureau set up by Lithuanian commercial banks, leasing companies, and telecommunications companies.
HTCC was certified according to the ISO 9001:2015 quality management standard and ISO 14001:2015 environmental management standard. The certificates were issued by one of the world’s leading certification bodies, DNV Business Assurance (Finland).
HTCC is an international group of companies implementing real estate projects. Its main activities include construction, reconstruction and renovation of prefabricated housing, manufacture of various structures for modular houses as well as consulting in construction issues.