Øivindsvei Omsorgsboliger20. april 2018
(title picture sourced from www.map-ark.no/copy-of-gjerdrum )
Since the beginning of February, climate walls are being assembled in Øivindsvei Omsorgsboliger project, located in Oslo. This is a 9 storey building with 80 separate flats in total, intended as nursing home for elders. In total, Husvik has delivered more than 2500 m2 of wall elements. The final delivery scheduled on next week.
For this project there were special passive-house demands, which required 350mm insulation with better thermal conductivity and windows had to be with special passive house profile. At first, it was quite challenging, to install windows in panels, as they had to be placed deeper in wall structure, than usual. But after some practice, it was no longer a problem to produce wall elements in usual speed.
On site, the assembly is being done by the customer's company. So far they have assembled most of Husvik's produced external walls and now the last facade is being installed.
As the assembly progress is quite noticable, climate wall elements should be finished soon.
All 5 units are handed over, the apartments with a fascinating view are located in Eidsfoss, Markenrudveien, Norway. The housing is built according to building technical regulations - TEK 10.
Husvik starts assembling first models for Ekerød - a renewable energy housing project that combines elaborate architecture and sustainable solutions to stay green on equipment.
Husvik has been a proud subcontractor for Backe AS. For the new Nursing home, Husvik delivered and montage timber prefabricated infill outer wall elements, which are increasingly stringent requirements for energy-efficient buildings.
Husvik is involved in a huge project - Move Kiruna city. The Municipality of Kiruna has adopted a development plan for the town’s new central core, which will include around 3000 homes, a commercial centre, a hotel, and public institutions.