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Sweco is Europe's largest architectural and engineering company. Their consulting services span a wide range; from large water and energy projects to efficient and environmentally friendly transport solutions, and the development of cities and green areas.
Sweco is spread all over Northern Europe and has offices in 12 countries. They are in Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Estonia, Lithuania, Poland, Czech Republic, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, and England.
Today, 18,000 experts work in the Sweco group, solving tasks in over 70 countries.
ConstructionEnergy & EnvironmentInfrastructureArchitectureUrban development
Eviny is a massive electricity corporation with 1500 employees and nearly 500,000 customers, in addition to numerous local communities where they have established workplaces and infrastructure over several generations.
The energy they get from hydropower and other renewable sources is used to build and operate tomorrow's infrastructure within fiber, electricity, and district heating networks, digital communication, solar and wind power plants, fast chargers for electric cars, trucks and excavators, and one of the world's first networks for rapid charging of electric boats.
They also sell consulting and contracting services in connection with the main activities and work for electrification through emission-free construction sites, aquaculture, and ports. They supply concerts, festivals, and other events with batteries.
At Norconsult, they develop tomorrow's society by combining engineering, architecture, urban planning, and digital competence.
They have a holistic approach based on local presence, interdisciplinary competence, and collaboration. Their 5,900 employees are spread over more than 130 offices, mainly in the Nordic region, and every year their consultants solve around 30,000 small and large assignments for private and public clients.
BIR As one of Norway's largest waste management companies, responsible for waste handling for over 383,000 inhabitants in 10 municipalities.
The group is owned by the municipalities of Askøy, Bergen, Bjørnafjorden, Eidfjord, Kvam, Osterøy, Samnanger, Ulvik, Vaksdal, Øygarden, and Voss. All owner municipalities, with the exception of Øygarden, have assigned BIR the responsibility for the statutory tasks related to waste handling from the residents of the municipalities.
BIR AS also offers waste solutions, consulting, and services to industry and business in the region.
Frydenbø Group is a family-owned corporation with six business areas; Auto, Marine, Real Estate, Industry, Global, and NXT. The group employs about 900 people and headquarters at Damsgård in Bergen. The turnover in 2021 was NOK 3.5 billion.
Frydenbø Group has traditional roots as a Bergen-based company, but this does not hinder thinking globally or considering alternative ownership constellations in the individual group. They focus on value-creating ownership.
Their vision of "world-class quality and service" is well known to everyone at Frydenbø. The vision is reflected in and has significance for each and every one of them in their daily lives and for how they achieve their goals. This applies to both how they perform a job and the measurement of results and development - on a personal level, in the workplace and in their interactions with our surroundings.
BOB is the largest housing cooperative in Western Norway, with over 75,000 members. They are a committed and professional urban developer, who builds and manages homes for their members. Their vision is to build communities.
For more than 80 years, they have built and developed neighborhoods and homes in Western Norway. In addition to housing construction, BOB also works with the operation and management of homes. Their vision of building communities is very strong, as they aim to be a city and housing developer that takes care of the buildings and the people who live there, while also facilitating a good life in and among the houses.
BOB is a housing cooperative owned by over 75,000 members, which means there are no owners demanding dividends. The surplus goes back to BOB, which uses this to build more homes for its members. In addition to having priority to buy used homes and preferential rights for new housing projects, they also offer a range of benefits for you as a member. They are constantly working to find the best partners that give your membership greater value.
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Fjordkraft delivers electricity daily to thousands of homes and large and small workplaces in the private and public sector, all over Norway.
With Fjordkraft, there is no prepayment, and whether you order as a private or business customer, you get a good electricity agreement with a satisfaction guarantee. It's important to Fjordkraft that their customers get more for their money. That's why they also offer cheap and good mobile subscriptions.
You can find their head office in Bergen. They also have branches in Sandefjord, Oslo, Stavanger, and Trondheim, and in Hamar, Kongsvinger, and Sortland.