The Norwegian Armed Forces represents the agency`s largest and most important customer but the agency is not part of the Armed Forces` military organisation.
The Norwegian Defence Estates Agency is divided into eight units:
Portfolio management (Forsvarsbygg eiendom) is responsible for the NDEAs strategic property portfolio.
Construction and development (Forsvarsbygg utvikling) is responsible for the development of new buildings and facilities for the Armed Forces. The unit manages and takes part in the whole process from concept development to final delivery.
Air force base (Forsvarsbygg kampflybase) is responsible for providing the facilities for the future combat aircraft F-35 at Ørland and Evenes.
Property and facility management (Forsvarsbygg utleie) is responsible for managing and renting out a total of 3.8 million square metres of property, buildings and facilities – from combat and defence installations to camps and housing for military employees.
National fortification heritage (Forsvarsbygg nasjonale festningsverk) is responsible for managing and enhancing Norway’s 14 historical fortifications. It also offers consultancy services to the Armed Forces and other public authorities.
Property disposal and sales (Forsvarsbygg skifte eiendom) sells property that is no longer needed by the Armed Forces. Environmental clearing and adaptation for civilian use fall under its areas of responsibility. Specialist advisory: Forsvarsbygg futura offers consultancy services relating to security, the environment, R&D, law, international operations and emergency planning.
Specialist advisory (Forsvarsbygg futura) offers consultancy services relating to security, the environment, R&D, law, international operations and emergency planning.
Shared services (Forsvarsbygg fellestjenester) delivers administrative support services to all business areas in the NDEA.
Phone: +47 815 70 400
Fax: +47 23 09 78 03
Post address: Forsvarsbygg, Postboks 405 Sentrum, 0103 OSLO
Street address: Grev Wedels plass 5, 0105 OSLO