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Three Danish pension funds enter DKK430m public-private partnership

first_imgThe five businesses said in 2012 they were setting up a “one-stop shop” to help public authorities plan, build and finance construction projects and envisaged investing up to DKK5bn together in infrastructure and real estate PPPs.PensionDanmark said the consortium was chosen by the Region of Southern Denmark municipality in what would be the first public-private hospital construction project in Denmark, and one of the biggest standalone PPP projects of any kind in the country.The three pension funds will provide the financing while MT Højgaard will be responsible for construction and operation for a 25-year period in conjunction with DEAS. Work on the new hospital, which will be connected to Vejle hospital via a 200m tunnel, is planned to start this summer. MT Højgaard said the new facility would have a total value of about DKK930m.It will have 91 beds, plus eight beds in an emergency unit, as well as a psychiatric outpatient clinic for children and young people.The project consists of eight cluster houses gathered around common areas and recreational patios. The buildings will be two storeys high with a total area of 17,000sqm and be ready for use by the end of 2016. PensionDanmark, PKA and Sampension are investing DKK430m (€57.6m) jointly in a public-private partnership (PPP) deal to build and operate a new psychiatric hospital in the city of Vejle.The project is the first to be undertaken by the consortium of the three labour market pension funds, Nordic contractor MT Højgaard and property administrator DEAS since the firms announced a partnership in December 2012.Torben Möger Pedersen, managing director at PensionDanmark, said: “We are really glad to have the opportunity to invest in this ground-breaking PPP project.“The investment will give members a good and stable return for many years and at the same time ensure patients and staff get high-quality physical conditions.”last_img read more

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Barcelona are ‘a club of clowns’ with ‘no class’

first_imgFormer Barcelona forward Christophe Dugarry blasted the people in charge of the club following a turbulent week at Camp Nou. Barcelona have been branded “a club of clowns” by Christophe Dugarry after a dismal week for the club culminated in Copa del Rey elimination. Lionel Messi A 1-0 quarter-final loss to Athletic Bilbao at San Mames on Thursday was the latest blow for Barca in a turbulent period. After failing to sign an attacker before the end of the January transfer deadline, Ousmane Dembele suffered a hamstring tear that requires surgery and is expected to miss the rest of campaign. Sporting director Eric Abidal also gave an interview in which he cited a lack of effort being put in by some players as a motivating factor for the dismissal of Ernesto Valverde, which drew the ire of Lionel Messi. There have consequently been reports Messi could leave Camp Nou at the end of the season, and Dugarry – who spent six months at Barca in the 1997-98 season – was scathing in his criticism of the way the club has been run in recent years. “It’s a club of clowns. Everything is done backwards,” Dugarry said on RMC Sport. Promoted ContentThe Funniest Prankster Grandma And Her Grandson”Chronicles Of Narnia” Fans Were Bemused To See How She Looks NowNothing Compares To Stargazing Places Around The WorldWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?These TV Characters Left The Show And It Just Got BetterThe World’s 7 Most Spectacular Railway StationsPlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your BodyIncredible Discoveries That Puzzled The Whole WorldThe Untold Truth Of Sasha ObamaWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?Insane 3D Spraying Skills Turn In Incredible Street ArtThe 18 Most Visited Cities In The World “They buy [Philippe] Coutinho, Dembele, they buy guys and then sell them. You get the impression there is no project in this club. Loading… Read Also: Copa del Rey semi-final draw sets up possible Basque derby final “At every transfer window there is a problem. They’ve recruited very badly since the departures of Xavi and [Andres] Iniesta. They’ve spent loads. “And above all they have a very bad image. There are far too many people who do not have the elegance, the class that there should be at a club of this standing. “It’s really a club that has no class.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 last_img read more

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