Norway to build world’s tallest timber building
“Mjøstårnet” will be more than 80 metres tall, and stand 30 metres higher than what is today considered the world’s tallest timber building.
Taking the Paris agreement seriously
“Greenhouse gas emissions and rising temperatures are serious. Each and every one of us needs to become aware of what we do, what we consume and how we live,” says builder Arthur Buchardt.
Mjøstårnet is the world’s tallest
Why will “Mjøstårnet” be the world’s tallest timber building? Here’s the answer!
Moelven earned NOK 296 million
Moelven improved its operating result for the first nine months by NOK 24 million compared with the corresponding period last year.
What is a timber building?
That is what Rune Abrahamsen of Moelven Limtre AS and nine other experts will define this Sunday in Sydney at an international workshop on tall timber buildings.
Moelven Norsälven AB to be discontinued
The Board of Moelven Norsälven AB has today decided to close down the sawmill. This is because investment needs in the plant are extensive and will not result in the necessary profitability.
Moelven earns NOK 258 million in the first half-year
Moelven improved its operating result for the first-half year by NOK 53 million compared with the corresponding period last year.
Best first quarter since 2008
Moelven improved its operating profit by NOK 71 million compared to the same period last year. The year's first quarter was the best since 2008.
They are constructing the world's tallest timber building
Arthur and Anders Buchardt of AB Invest AS and contractor HENT AS have entered into a turnkey contract to build Mjøstårnet in Brumunddal. This will be the world's tallest timber building.
Moelven's best year since 2007
Moelven posted a NOK 335 million profit on the company's operations in 2016. This is an improvement of the operating profit of NOK 120 million compared to the previous year.