Semrén & Månsson strengthens its housing department

Published 2014-12-16

Semrén & Månsson has had a hectic Autumn, and strengthens now its housing market to meet the high demand. Elin Wallinder will be taking on the role as studio chief housing market at the office in Gothenburg.
- Semrén & Månsson wants to be in the front line when it comes to the development of the housing market in Sweden, and the recruitment of Elin Wallinder is part of that strategy, says Office Manager Sophie Dufva.

The Swedish property market is hotter than ever, and the demand for more properties is huge. The market has different needs and experiences, this is why it is important that we can offer a wide selection, continues Sophie. To get new energy and impulses in this fast growing part of the firm, is important.

Elin Wallinder has behind her a 12 year long employment at Windgårdh Architects and a substantial knowledge of the housing market. She shares her new management role with Jens Ragnarson.

They complement each other in a very constructive way. Elin is a very skilled  architect, who can contribute well in the early stage of designing and concept development. Jens is a construction engineer, with extensive experience of planning and implementation, Sophie Dufva says.
The Property Studio at Semrén & Månsson is increasing steadily, and Elin will be responsible  for some 20 employees.
The Architecture firm is aiming towards an even bigger responsibility around architecture and urban planning, and they want to be part to build an sustainable, environmental and attractive city in many aspects – environmentally friendly, economically and socially.

- The high demand in the housing market, makes it and exciting time to enter this role.  Semrén & Månsson is an essential and forward looking company with strong focus on development. It is very interesting to be part and to contribute to this, says Elin Wallinder.
Elin will start her new role in January 2015.