Norway / 15.05.2020

Stavanger University Hospital rises as a landmark on Ullandhaug

Stavanger University Hospital is currently Norway’s largest construction site – and the hospital is now rising as a landmark on Ullandhaug in the southern part of Stavanger.

This has been achieved with the construction of the service core, which will rise almost 37 metres above ground and is expected to be completed by the end of May. With strict infection prevention measures in place, construction has maintained progress throughout the COVID-19 period, and the next step will be to erect the carcase itself. The hospital, which will include more than 200,000 healing square metres, is scheduled to be completed in 2023, and we are proud to be developing it together with our team from Nordic, SLA, Cowi, Aas-Jakobsen and Kruse-Smith.

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