It was in late summer Frogner sports team could use the new sports park. The project comprises a multipurpose hall of a total of 7,500 square meters – where the hall itself comprises 3,600 square meters. The hall includes three handball courts, a basketball court, ten badminton courts (Frogner is a big club within badminton), path floorball, volleyball and tennis as well as a climbing wall / bouldering wall. The rest of the building includes two fitness rooms, wardrobe facilities with 14 wardrobes, social rooms, store / kitchens, seven offices and two meeting rooms.
The new hall is also built together with the existing hall and clubhouse, which is partially refurbished. Here among other things, Posten (mail) has got completely new premises and is a permanent tenant in the building.
The project also includes an outdoor area including a 3,600 square meter artificial grass with infrared underfloor heating and flood lighting. In addition, there is a new area for an ice skating rink in the winter and an outdoor fitness park.
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Builder Veidekke Eiendom and contractor Seby are both pleased with the project, which has also been well received by the users.
– We are very pleased with the terms and qualities we deliver to our customers here. And the way Seby has handled the customers has also been fantastic, says project manager Herman Engesgaar in Veidekke Eiendom and the construction company Kvartal 33 AS.
Project manager Jo Andersen in Seby says that the contractor is also pleased with the development and that the residents also have good reason to be.
– I do not want to say that this is normal housing standard. If you look at the outdoor areas, with granite, a great playground and with the architecture we have here, this is a step up from normal living standards. It’s not often you see so expensive outdoor areas in a housing project, says Andersen.
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