While most people do not give much thought to the water that flows when they open the tap, some of us do. Your next project could mean thinking a lot about water too.
As the urban population grows, so does the demand for water. Many facilities are not built for today’s needs and have to undergo significant work in the coming years. It is not just regular maintenance, but also modernisation and expansion.
Tinghøj Water Reservoir supplies water to most of Copenhagen. Established in the 1930s, the water plant is currently undergoing a complete renovation and significant expansion.
The water plant is known for its characteristic architecture, which is so special that it is protected by law, making the renovation work a challenging and delicate task. We have to balance the reliable supply of water every day with expanding the facility's capacity and updating it to comply with current safety requirements and regulations, while at the same time preserving the existing architecture.
Your next project could be … making sure clean water can also be taken for granted in the future
Many water plants and facilities in Denmark are 50 to 100 years old and in need of fundamental renovation, modernisation and upgrading. If you are up for the challenge, we are looking for building specialists that are not afraid to jump in at the deep end.