Inin Group’s subsidiary Hadeland Elektro AS has been awarded a NOK 6.5 million contract to oversee all electrical installations during the rehabilitation of the rectifier station at Furuset in Oslo.
Hadeland Elektro will deliver the work as a subcontractor to Malthe Winje Automasjon AS, whose customer is Sporveien, which is a municipally owned public transport operator in Oslo, Norway, operating the Oslo Metro and Oslo Tramway.
Hadeland Elektro will start its work in September 2023. Completion is expected in the first quarter of 2024.
“It has actually been more than two years since a similar electrical rehabilitation contract was awarded for work on the Oslo Metro. As this is our specialist field, we are delighted to have been chosen to deliver the project. We look forward to supporting Malthe Winje Automasjon and Sporveien in executing the project safely and reliably,” says Jon Haugsbakken, managing director of Hadeland Elektro.
Hadeland Elektro is an electrical contractor that delivers complete electrotechnical solutions for construction and infrastructure projects, including the energy, rail and road sectors. The company possesses all necessary approvals for high and low voltage work for the rail industry, and also performs inspection work of high-voltage grids.
Inin Group is the largest shareholder of Hadeland Elektro with 65 percent ownership.