In order to improve efficiency in tall building construction projects, Myloc AB has together with Brunkeberg Systems AB developed the concept Accelereated Tall Building Construction (ATBC). On the 12 of January we arranged a joint seminar introducing ATBC with a step by step approach to successful project execution. This time with a focus on providing solutions to the upcoming logistical challenges for Gothenburg City.
15 representatives from different city development companies were invited and participated in the seminar that were held at Älvrummet in Gothenburg. Älvrummet is described as a house dedicated to the development projects of Gothenburg City. It has become a natural gathering place for seminars, lectures and discussions about city development.

We started off the seminar with a breakfast and mingle session around the mighty model that shows how Gothenburg looks today and how it will look in the future if the planned building projects are realized. After the breakfast, all participants were welcome to listen to presentations about ATBC by Anders Eklund from Myloc and Henrik Ljungdahl from Brunkeberg Systems.

It was a very interactive seminar where the participants asked many questions and initiated very exciting discussions. We look forward to continue the dialogue and we also plan to hold more ATBC seminars in different cities this year. If you want more information about ATBC, please contact Anders Eklund at

Som pictures from the ATBC Seminar in Älvrummet, Gothenburg:

Model in Älvrummet. Gothenburg City will double in size. Over 5 000 000 m2 GFA is planned for construction. This leads to tremendous challenges in logistics and construction resource allocation.

Henrik Ljungberg presents Brunkeberg Systems and their facade installation solutions.

Anders Eklund, Myloc, presents Myloc® Construction and our solutions within Construction Supply Chain Management.

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Accelerated Tall Building Construction: Logistics solution to improve efficiency in tall building construction projects.

Participants from different city development companies in Gothenburg City.