All employees and members are welcome to the general assembly, and we hope to see as many of you as possible. Remember to sign up, which you can do here.
Ørestad is a district for both innovation and ambition. This is a good example of NREP’s new visionary building project. The project has been conceived in cooperation with Lendager Group, Årstiderne Arkitekter, MOE and Arup, and will be built in Ørestad Syd. UN17 Village, as the project is called, will convert the UN’s 17 world goals into practice and set new standards for sustainability in construction. Following the Annual General Assembly, we have invited NREP’s Head of Sustainability, Elisabeth Hermann Frederiksen, to present the project. Elisabeth will share what happens when the bar for construction, both in plants and in operation, is set greener and higher than any since before.
We end the day with a light dish and a glass.
We are looking forward seeing you!
15.00: Arrival and registration
15.20: Ordinary general assembly
16.00: Short break
16.20: Keynote speaker – Elisabeth Hermann Frederiksen, Head of Sustainability, NREP
17.00: Discussion and questions for Elisabeth Hermann Frederiksen, NREP.
17.15: Light meal and a glass
17.45: Goodbye and thank you all for today
NREP is a Nordic real estate developer, investor and operator who is a pioneer in sustainable construction. The company is working on a vision to incorporate sustainable solutions into all phases of the construction, and behind “Upcycle Studios” and “Resource resources” in Ørestad, both based on upcycled building materials. Together with Lendager Group and Årstidernes Arkitekter, NREP will construct the construction “UN17 Village” in the area “Spidsen” in Ørestad Syd.
About Elisabeth Hermann Frederiksen
Elisabeth Hermann Frederiksen is the Head of Sustainability at NREP, and has broad experience within CSR, sustainability and strategy. She has previously been Director of Strategy and CSR at the LEGO Group, and has been employed as a management consultant at McKinsey & Company. Elisabeth has a PhD in economics (economic growth and natural resources) and a graduate in forestry from the University of Copenhagen.