FOJAB strengthens the board with Birgitta Seeman and adds Carl Kylberg as a partner.
FOJAB's vision is to create architecture for a better world with the aim of continuous development and improvement. Recently, the management was strengthened with a development manager and an HR manager and now a new board member and partner has been appointed.
At the last AGM, Birgitta Seeman, former CEO of Borätt and Seniorgården, was elected to the FOJAB Board. A number of criteria were identified prior to the election of a new member. An essential requirement was to have knowledge of the construction or consulting industry and experience of building companies, which fits well with Birgitta Seeman's profile.
- "I and the rest of the board are convinced that Birgitta will be a positive addition. She is a challenger and visionary who complements us," says Ulf Pettersson, Chairman of the Board of FOJAB.
Ulf Pettersson also emphasizes that it is of great importance for FOJAB that Birgitta has strong roots in the Stockholm market.
- 'I have spent most of my professional life working with architects. It is an exciting and creative profession and I hope that my experience from the construction industry can enrich it," says Birgitta Seeman, newly appointed board member.
At FOJAB's owners' meeting in early December, it was decided to bring in architect Carl Kylberg as a new partner in the company. He has been employed as office manager with responsibility for FOJAB in Malmö and Helsingborg since September 2018.
- During his time with us, Carl has taken great responsibility. He has a natural and confident leadership and is appreciated both internally and externally," says FOJAB's CEO Daniel Nord.
- The employees and management were inviting and made it easy for me to come in and feel at home in the company. Now I look forward to being part of the future development of southern Sweden's largest architectural office as a partner," says Carl Kylberg.
Daniel Nord concludes by expressing his pleasure at the reinforcements in FOJAB's management and board, and he looks forward to the new year with great confidence.
FOJAB is owned by 28 people who are all operationally involved in the business and the board is composed as follows:
Ulf Pettersson, Chair (external)
Anna-Karin Eklund, member (external)
Birgitta Seeman, member (external)
Karin Fagerberg, Member
Mattias Hedberg Ek, Member
Daniel Nord, Member
Two staff representatives selected by trade unions