The acquisition of the Danish consulting engineering company INSUCO will strengthen AFRY’s digital services within railway design.
INSUCO is specialized within railway design, particularly tracks and stations, as well as drainage and safety (CMS). They are also recognized for leading competencies within digital 3D design and BIM modelling, and has several Danish railway lines in their portfolio.
“Digital solutions help to ensure stable, financially viable and smart infrastructure, which is crucial for efficient traffic flow at a time, when sustainability also plays a vital part. With their solid and well-documented experience INSUCO will be a great addition to the AFRY team,” says Malin Frenning, Head of Division Infrastructure at AFRY.
Amir Bigdeli, who founded INSUCO with fellow colleagues Ognjen Miseljic and Leon Stibolt Olsen, looks forward to sharing competencies with their new colleagues at AFRY.
”We are pleased to be part of AFRY, where we can work with what we are passionate about – developing innovative solutions and bringing the latest technology into play for exciting infrastructure projects. Together with AFRY we are stronger and thereby able to take on larger projects,” says Amir Bigdeli.
The acquisition of INSUCO is a part of the growth strategy with focus on track technology and digitalisation, in addition to growing in the Greater Copenhagen area.
INSUCO has 11 employees, and the company’s 2020 turnover was approximately 13 MSEK. INSUCO was consolidated into AFRY from the 1st of July 2021.
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