Caverion has signed an agreement with the Norwegian government’s property developer Statsbygg to deliver a Large Project with technical solutions for Norway’s new national museum. The contract has a volume of EUR 38.8 million.
The National Museum for art, architecture and design will emerge as an iconic building, and give Norway a strong international position in the visual arts. With its 54,600 square meters, Norway’s new National Museum will be the biggest museum in the Nordics. The museum will be an important and vital meeting place for the public to enjoy art.
“Our Large Projects unit is specialised in managing demanding projects. Unified processes and good project management competence ensure that the project is delivered according to its targets related to quality, time and financials,” says Knut Gaaserud, Executive Vice President & CEO, division Denmark-Norway of Caverion.
“With a project of this size and complexity we are dependent on stabile partners that can deliver work of high quality,” says Project Director for the new National Museum in Statsbygg, Steinar Støre.
Caverion’s work starts in June 2017 and will be completed in 2019. Caverion is responsible for Project Execution for the following technical disciplines: Ventilation, Electricity, Information and Communication Services, and Heating & Sanitation. The builder is Statsbygg, the Norwegian government’s property developer, and it belongs to Caverion’s Public Real Estate Investors and Developers client segment. The museum is planned to open to public in 2019.