Skanska Opens New Phoenix Office

May 11, 2018

Skanska, one of the world’s leading construction and development firms, has moved its Phoenix office to 2800 N. Central Ave.


“We’re excited to move into our new office location. Our business in Phoenix and throughout the state has grown over the past few years and this move puts us where we want to be to support our employees and our customers,” said Skanska Executive Vice President and General Manager Ross Vroman.


For employees, the office creates new possibilities for aligning work with the many obligations of their lives outside the office. With a central location and situated on the Metro Rail system, Skanska’s new location gives employees choices on how they want to commute. With flexible work spaces in the office, they also have a venue where they can work however they feel most productive. Additionally, technology enables Skanska employees to have more flexibility than ever to balance the demands of work with the obligations of home.


Skanska, which has been active in both the building and civil construction markets in Phoenix for many years, has a wealth of experience across industry sectors ranging from healthcare, mission critical and commercial experience, to education, transportation and more.



For further information please contact:


Jay Weisberger, Skanska USA, 206.494.5469,

Beth McRae, The McRae Agency, 602.330.1996,


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