Commercial building project for Skanska in Norway

By Lucy Dixon
Skanska has signed a contractwith Christiansholm Eiendom to build and renovate a mixed-use commercial building in Norway. The project is worth 390 milli...

Skanska has signed a contract with Christiansholm Eiendom to build and renovate a mixed-use commercial building in Norway. The project is worth 390 million Norwegian Krone.

The site, Kvartal 32 in Kristiansand, is around 29,000 square meters spread over five floors, with two underground floors, suitable for office, retail, hotels and restaurants. The project is expected to be completed in early 2018.

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