The project includes a total rehabilitation of the building that houses the Geological Museum at the Botanical Garden. Large areas of the building's land are protected by the Directorate for Cultural Heritage. Therefore, a key success factor in the project is to integrate modern building features and technical installations with protected parts of building and its fixtures in a satisfactory manner.

The contract has been signed after a prior phase of cooperation and includes a turnkey agreement regarding the rehabilitation of Brøggers Hus. The client is the University of Oslo. The turnkey contract agreement has a fixed price of approximately 111 million NOK ex VAT.

– This is a type of job that suits Haga & Berg Entreprenør perfectly. We have the specialist expertise, experience and capacity required to rehabilitate this magnificent building. As a result of our framework agreement with the University of Oslo, we have a trust-based and long-term relationship with the contracting builder, and we look forward to a good project based on competence and cooperation, says general manager Eskil Marius Ulimoen from Haga & Berg Entreprenør.

Haga & Berg Entreprenør AS has a long and solid foundation in the Oslo market regarding the rehabilitation and reconstruction of buildings and installations.