Nominated for contract for new treatment plant in Fredrikstad
FREVAR KF has nominated AF Gruppen as design and build contractor with interaction for phase 1 of a new treatment plant in Fredrikstad municipality.
The wastewater treatment plant will be located at Øra industrial area in Fredrikstad and will comprise several buildings. One building for pre-treatment and bio-treatment with an administrative section, one building for sludge treatment and two digestion tanks. The project will provide new and more environmentally friendly treatment technology and satisfy stricter requirements from the County Governor.
The contract period will start with an interaction phase in August 2022. The purpose is to ensure coordinated design and execution to identify the best solutions. If the goals of the interaction are achieved after the interaction phase, phase 2 will be implemented with detailed design and execution. Expected completion of phase 2 is in 2026.
The project will be implemented in two phases. The combined contract value for phase 1 and phase 2 is expected to be in excess of NOK 1.1 billion.
“We are incredibly pleased with being awarded an exciting and future-looking interaction project. Treatment plants are a focus area for our building business in Østfold. We are looking forward to starting the first phase with FREVAR KF and to take part in a project that helps ensure a cleaner Oslofjord,” says Amund Tøftum, CEO of AF Gruppen.
Tormod SolbergEVP BuildingTel:+47 950 59 email@example.com
Amund TøftumCEOTel:+47 920 26 712Amund.Toftum@afgruppen.no
About AF Gruppen ASA
AF Gruppen is a leading contracting and industrial group that was formed by an entrepreneurial spirit and execution capabilities. The group has 5,400 employees and revenue reached NOK 27 billion in 2021. AF Gruppen is listed on Oslo Stock Exchange (AFG).
We provide a broad range of services with seven operational business areas: Civil Engineering, Building, Betonmast, Property, Energy and Environment, Sweden and Offshore.
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