AF Gruppen right now
E18 Tvedestrand - Arendal
AF is building 23 km of the new E18 highway. The contract is for the planning and construction of a completely new 23 km section of the motorway between Tvedestrand and Arendal.
New Deichman Library
Furnishing and interior works.
Vamma Power Station
Civil engineering, Environment
A new and modern generator will increase production capacity by 50 per cent at Norway's largest run-of-river hydro power station - with the least possible intervention in nature.
Building , Energy
AF Bygg Østfold is involved in the construction of the new University in Ås.
The Janice project included Engineering Down and Cleaning (EDC) of the process equipment as well as demolition and recycling. Removal is performed with a combination of Piece Small and Reverse Installation methods while the FPU is afloat at the quayside, at all time keeping structural integrity and stability. All disposal is completed at AF Environmental Base Vats near Haugesund.
New National Museum
Building , Civil engineering
The new National Museum in Oslo will be one of Norway’s most profiled cultural buildings.
- To build new apartment project in Sandefjord
Strøm Gundersen Vestfold AS enters into contract with Storgata 3-5 AS, Dokkenkvartalet in Sandefjord.
- Nominated for contract by Avinor at Oslo Airport
Avinor has nominated AF Gruppen as contractor for execution of the contract for internal structural works at Oslo Airport. The work is to be carried out in the extension of the current east pier at Oslo Airport, and will provide significantly increased capacity for flights outside the Non Schengen area. The extension of Oslo Airport is important to develop Norway’s main airport as an international hub. It will ensure better capacity and provide better conditions for passengers and airlines, and also strengthen the framework conditions for Norwegian travel, tourism and business.
- Nominated for contract by Forsvarsbygg
AF Gruppen (AFG) is nominated by Forsvarsbygg as contractor for the construction of a tank and fuel plant at Ørlandet Air Station.