New Community Centre in Hurum, Norway

Floating on concrete pillars

At the end of 2012 we handed over Hurum Community Centre to a satisfied client. The three-storey building has a total floor area of 2,500 m2, and features a see-through lower floor.The municipal hall is an impressive wood-panelled construction, which appears to float on its slender concrete pillars.

The building resembles a boat in appearance, and harmonises well with its surroundings close to the marina in the nearby fjord.

Spacious interior design

The interior of the municipal hall has an attractively spacious design, which will be the great draw of the building. The hall is intended not only for  political meetings, but will also function as a cultural centre for the citizens of Hurum and its environs.

Low energy building

We constructed the community centre as a design-build contract. We undertook both management and project management, while a number of local sub-contractors were involved in constructing the building.
The community centre has an environmentally friendly profile and has been executed as a low energy building.

The building was the first project we carried out following the opening of our office in Oslo in 2011. Since then we have been awarded several projects in Norway.


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