Skanska's business in Norway provides a range of construction services for private and public sector clients. We also build high specification Green projects.
The Veitvet School in Oslo has been rebuilt as part of a Public Private Partnership (PPP) into a passive house with low embodied and lifecycle carbon footprints. The project is designed to achieve BREEAM-NOR (BRE Environmental Assessment Method Norway) Very Good.
Kokstadvegen 23 is a modern and flexible office building that meets Norwegian passive house standards, which ensures that the building requires very little energy for space heating. The project is certified according to BREEAM NOR Very Good.
The Fornebu Senter was designed to be one of the world’s greenest shopping malls and is the first mall in the world to be certified according to BREEAM Outstanding.
The Powerhouse Kjørbo project involved the world's first renovation of existing offices into energy-plus buildings. The project, which involves two buildings in Sandvika near Oslo, demonstrates that the renovation of existing properties into energy-plus buildings in cold climates makes commercial and environmental sense.
The Clarion Hotel & Congress Trondheim was developed according to a green proposal by Skanska, which upgraded the energy performance of the building from Energy Class C to Energy Class A and realized significant lifecycle environmental and financial savings. lasix tablet usage
The Telemark Rehabilitation Center is a 24-hour crisis center that meets Norwegian passive house standards, and was designed to meet Framtidens byer (Cities of the Future) and BREEAM (BRE Environmental Assessment Method) Good certification. zovirax pills for cold sores dosage
Part of the Royal Christiania Hotel in Oslo was redeveloped into a BREEAM (BRE Environmental Assessment Method) ‘Very Good’ building by improving energy and water efficiency, and reusing the existing structure where possible. levothroid synthroid
Skanska uses carbon footprinting tools to benchmark the carbon emissions of highway projects and to help identify low-carbon project options.
Skanska uses carbon footprinting tools to benchmark the carbon emissions of building projects and to help identify low-carbon project options.