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Buildings & Properties | Photo: Jo Michael

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Bjørvika Barcode | Photo: Bo Mathisen

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Midtstubakken ski jump, Holmenkollen | Photo: Bo Mathisen

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The seed vault, Svalbard | Photo: Jaro Hollan

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New Campus Ås - NMBU University | Ill.: PG Campus Ås

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Deichmanske library, Bjørvika - Oslo | Ill.: Lund Hagem, Atelier Oslo

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Bank - Jonsvollsgaten in Bergen | Ill.: Arkitektgruppen Cubus

Buildings & Properties

Multiconsult has been providing multidisciplinary consultancy services to building clients for over 100 years, focusing on social responsibility, creating assets, integral solutions and the environment.
Swedish Iterio AB to join the Multiconsult group

The Swedish Consultancy Company Iterio AB will join Multiconsult ASA on March 7. This acquisition strengthens…

07-03-2017

Significant contract award for Multiconsult AS

Multiconsult group, including LINK arkitektur AS, as partners in the CURA group consisting of Multiconsult ASA,…

25-05-2016

New Jonsvoll quarter inaugurated

On October 14th a press conference was held to announce the handover of Sparebank Vest’s new…

20-01-2016

Multiconsult is investing in Virtual Design and Construction

In view of recent developments in the construction industry, it is very important for Multiconsult to…

02-06-2015

Unique understanding of the condition of health service buildings

The digital tool multiMap is helping Norwegian health authorities to establish the condition of their own…

10-04-2015

SINTEF Building and Infrastructure and Multiconsult enter into a cooperation agreement

SINTEF Building and Infrastructure and Multiconsult have worked on R&D projects together for many years, helping…

26-06-2013

Multiconsult possesses extensive experience and top expertise in respect of planning all types of buildings. We provide our customers with advice and planning throughout the lifespan of a building project. Our expertise has been developed in close cooperation with our customers, the authorities, developers, architects, contractors and joint venture partners.

Social responsibilities and integral solutions

With the help of our strategic joint venture partners, Analyse&Strategi and LINK arkitektur, we conduct consequences analyses, draw up development plans, undertake project development, engage in life cycle planning and become involved in the sustainable development of individual building projects. In order to ensure the optimal, effective transfer of information between all the parties involved in a building project, we use Building Information Modelling (BIM) for our work. Statsbygg has pioneered this in Norway and all Statsbygg projects call for the use of BIM. We have been involved in these BIM developments and are continuing to develop the methods being used for several of Norway’s most prestigious and flagship buildings, thus helping to ensure buildability, progress and cost control. We are a driving force behind innovation and cooperation throughout the value chain, in line with the Government’s plans to promote knowledge in the building industry.

Environmentally viable solutions

Multiconsult is a national leader in respect of energy consumption and building physics and participates in “Zero Emission Buildings”, Norway’s largest research centre for environment-friendly buildings. We have been the only consulting company to help the NVE (the Norwegian Water Resources and Energy Directorate) to develop its energy labelling scheme which was introduced in 2010. We have also played a key role in the development of BREEAM-NOR, the Norwegian adaptation of the world’s oldest and Europe’s leading environmental classification system for project design, construction, operation and use, and we are thus a prime motor in this specialist field.

Existing buildings and building management

Multiconsult has developed unique, top expertise in respect of listed buildings, existing buildings and building management. We focus on sustainable and long-term solutions. We draw up plans for future operations, maintenance and development, right from the initial stage – this is what we call life cycle planning.