Veitvet School, Norway

Veitvet School, Norway

Contributing Toward Sustainable Development

The Veitvet School is designed to use approximately 50 percent less energy than Norwegian standards, and around 10 percent less water and 50 percent less embodied carbon than a typical newly built school in Norway. The school has a photovoltaic solar system for charging electric vehicles, a sedum green roof that covers the entire roof and is designed to promote healthy indoor environments. The school provides high quality and flexible teaching and sports facilities, which are also available to the local community, and the project contributed toward sustainable urban development by reusing an existing site and promoting more sustainable modes of transport.

During construction, 92.5 percent of project waste was diverted from landfill and the environmental impacts of construction were mitigated beyond Norwegian regulations. There were zero lost time accidents or injuries on site during construction and the team worked actively with the school to discourage children from trespassing on the construction site. The project benefitted the local economy by hiring regional construction workforce and subcontractors. nolvadex-d steroids

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