Helsfyr Atrium

The beautiful Helsfyr Atrium building is easy to notice when you drive into Oslo from the north. The 38,000m2 building was completed in April 2010.

With its 14 floors, the building commands the landscape, and there is a fantastic view of the whole of Oslo from the upper floors. The two buildings are linked by 3 basement levels and a glass atrium. The load-bearing system is designed for maximum flexibility, and with its uninterrupted sound-resistant ceiling, it can be adapted to the needs of different tenants quickly and efficiently. The façade of glass and aluminium has an unusual and exciting style.
AF Bygg Oslo completed the project as a turnkey contract.
Helsfyr Atrium is one of the most energy-efficient buildings AF has ever built.The main work carried out at Helsfyr by AF Energi & Miljøteknikk has been to install three massive heat pumps outside the building. The three heat pumps are at ground level and recover excess heat from the building. The outgoing air is carried past the heat pumps, which capture the heat and produce hot water. The hot water is then circulated throughout the building in pipes. This covers 60-70 per cent of the building's total energy needs.

Project type Office/Industrial Building
Timespan June 2007 - April 2010
Customer Sector Eiendom
Architect Lund & Slaatto Arkitekter
Project address Strømsveien 128, Oslo
Contract size NOK 650 mill.
Contractor AF Bygg Oslo
Volume Area of 38,000 m2