NOK 785 million
54 600 m2
Total gross area
The terrace, atria and façades will be covered in natural stone. This is part of AF Gruppen’s contract.
The National Museum’s vision is to create new generations of art enthusiasts. The building is crucial to achieving this vision.
Victoria Terrasse 11, Oslo
Robot takes over logistics
AF Gruppen will be the first contractor to utilise robotic process automation in a building project. It will streamline the project’s logistics. By using a mobile app, the façade stone for the city’s new flagship building will now be delivered in accurate volumes at the precise point where the stone is to be installed. AF Gruppen has developed the solution in conjunction with the Norwegian company, AVO Consulting,
which offer solutions for robotic process automation (RPA). Employees at the construction site now carry out logistics tasks on a tablet with an app developed by AVO Consulting on Microsoft's PowerApps interface. This is based on cost-effective RPA technology from Blue Prism that manages communication between the IT systems of AF’s suppliers and subcontractors.
A boost for Norway as a cultural nation
The new National Museum will be a landmark building in the capital, and is an important and demanding project. When the new National Museum opens its doors to the public in 2020, it will be a profiled cultural building and will give Norway a more visible international position within visual art. This building will link the city centre area by the fjord with the older core city.
Total roof surface area
Volume of concrete in the structural shell
Objects to be moved before the new museum opens