Nordic Office of Architecture, a wholly owned subsidiary of Norconsult, has been selected as the lead consultant and architect for a project in Beauvaisgrunden, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Appointed by the Municipality of Copenhagen, the project includes the development of new housing and a new indoor swimming pool.

The revenue share for Nordic in this venture is approximately Nkr50m.

The project will be developed in close cooperation with the City of Copenhagen.

Norconsult Denmark EVP Thomas Bolding Rasmussen said: “We are proud that the City of Copenhagen has awarded us this important project.

“We look forward to sharing our expertise in both indoor swimming pools, residential construction, and sustainability, and to create a welcoming and well-functioning urban building for the citizens of Copenhagen.”

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Nordic will influence decisions in the project’s early stages through different prioritisation methods and design tools.

Additionally, Afry, Teknologisk Institut, OBH, and D+O will serve as subconsultants for this project.

The City of Copenhagen, in a statement, said: “After a successful tender process, we have chosen a lead consultant for the project. The winner of the tender is an experienced team, led by Nordic Office of Architecture as lead consultant.

“We look forward to further cooperation with them in creating a unique urban building with housing accommodations located above a new indoor swimming pool. The project, with its unique qualities, will undoubtedly transform and enrich the area, providing a recreational zone for the local population.”

Currently, the former industrial area of Beauvaisgrunden is undergoing a three-stage development process aimed at creating a new urban housing space.

In the initial phase of this development, Nordic Office of Architecture partnered with housing company Lejerbo to complete the development of 69 public rental homes.