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Old April 30th, 2004, 08:29 AM   #1
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TRONDHEIM | Byutvikling og byggeprosjekter





Dette er en diskusjonstråd for alle bygge og utviklingsprosjekter i Trondheim & Omegn som ikke har fått egen tråd. Vi har også lagt inn mange
prosjekter igjennom siden Urbika (lenke nedenfor), hvor vi prøver å gjøre både store og små prosjekter enklere å finne gjennom prosjekt-lister og
kart.

This is the discussion thread for all the development and construction projects in Trondheim and its surroundings that has not been given a
dedicated thread such as Brattøra, Nyhavna, Clarion Hotel & Congress Trondheim etc. You may also check out the Urbika site (link below), a place
where we try to gather all the bigger and smaller projects on lists and maps, an attempt to make projects easier to find.



Urbika.com/Trondheim/
Location and information on all listed projects in Trondheim can be found here.





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Old November 9th, 2009, 10:57 AM   #3
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List of all active development projects in Trondheim.
Click on the Urbika link to know the exact location of the project.

City of Trondheim
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Berg Studentby                 Skyscrapercity  Urbika        Construction
Brattørkaia 17A                Skyscrapercity  Urbika        Approved
Charlottenlund VGS             Skyscrapercity  Urbika        Approved
Clarion Hotel Trondheim        Skyscrapercity  Urbika        Construction
E6 Jaktøyen-Tonstad            Skyscrapercity  Urbika        Approved
E6 Nidelv bru-Grillstad        Skyscrapercity  Urbika        Construction
Elgeseter gate 16 og 18        Skyscrapercity  Urbika        Approved
Flatås Arena                   Skyscrapercity  Urbika        Approved
Grilstad Marina                Skyscrapercity  Urbika        Approved
Grilstad Park                  Skyscrapercity  Urbika        Approved
Holtermannsvei 1               Skyscrapercity  Urbika        Proposed
Ilsvika Extra                  Skyscrapercity  Urbika        Approved
KBS Senteret                   Skyscrapercity  Urbika        Approved
Klostergata 46-48              Skyscrapercity  Urbika        Construction
Kunnskapssenteret              Skyscrapercity  Urbika        Approved
Lerkendal Innovasjonessenter   Skyscrapercity  Urbika        Approved
Lerkendal Park                 Skyscrapercity  Urbika        Approved
Lerkendal Tower                Skyscrapercity  Urbika        Approved
Lund Østre                     Skyscrapercity  Urbika        Approved
Lyngården                      Skyscrapercity  Urbika        Approved
MySpace                        Skyscrapercity  Urbika        Construction
Opean Space Centre             Skyscrapercity  Urbika [1][2] Proposed
Residencekvartalet             Skyscrapercity  Urbika        Construction
Rica Hotel Bakklandet          Skyscrapercity  Urbika        Construction
Rockheim                       Skyscrapercity  Urbika        Construction
Sirkeltomten                   Skyscrapercity  Urbika        Construction
Sluppenveien 17A               Skyscrapercity  Urbika        Construction
Snippen                        Skyscrapercity  Urbika        Approved
Sorgenfri                      Skyscrapercity  Urbika [1][2] Proposed
Sorgenfri AIT                  Skyscrapercity  Urbika        Proposed
Trondheim Næringspark          Skyscrapercity  Urbika        Proposed
Verftstomta                    Skyscrapercity  Urbika        Approved

Trondheim Metro (Stjørdal, Klæbu, Malvik and Melhus)
Code:
Malvik Storsenter              Skyscrapercity  Urbika        Construction
Stjørdal Kulturhus             Skyscrapercity  Urbika        Approved
Svebergmarka                   Skyscrapercity  Urbika        Approved
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Editing list - projects not listed (in the make).

Code:
3T Rosten                      Skyscrapercity  Urbika        Construction
Brattørkaia 15 - 16            Skyscrapercity  Urbika        Approved
E6 Sluppen-Stavne              Skyscrapercity  Urbika        Approved
E6 Stjørdal                    Skyscrapercity  Urbika        Construction
Gildevangen hotell             Skyscrapercity  Urbika        Construction
Ranheim Vestre                 Skyscrapercity  Urbika        Approved
Solbygg                 Skyscrapercity  Urbika        Proposed
Sparebank 1 Midtbyen           Skyscrapercity  Urbika        Construction
Trondheim Sentralstasjon                 Skyscrapercity  Urbika        Approved
Tverrforbindelsen              Skyscrapercity  Urbika        Approved
Vitenskapsmuseet              Skyscrapercity  Urbika        Approved

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Old November 9th, 2009, 10:58 AM   #4
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Thank you, this is a needed thread! The good projects are a bit rare in this city, but I would guess not as rare as it may be percieved based on activity on SSC (at least I hope so).

Now we only need a Stavanger development thread!
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Old November 9th, 2009, 11:02 AM   #5
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Sorgenfri

In February 2008 Wahl Eiendom AS invited three architect firms to make three different proposals for their site at Sorgenfri (Holtermanns veg 70 and
Sorgenfriveien 11). The three proposals were 70°N Arkitektur AS, Bergersen Arkitekter and 'unknown'.

'Unknown' was announced as winners of the competition in May 2008. They propose four buildings in a complex. Its altogether 58 500 m2 office
area divided in two 10 floor tall buildings on the north side of the site and two 15 floor tall highrise buildings on the south side of the site. There
will also be a large parking garage below the complex.

Since the winning proposal is unknown to me i have no illustrations except this regulation map showing the location of the four towers.
http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y13...y/Forslag3.jpg

Proposal 1
70°N Arkitektur's proposal. Four buildings, 27, 26, 21 and 17 floors. View project on Urbika.




Proposal 2
Bergersen Arkitekter's proposal. One large 26 floor tall highrise. View project on Urbika.

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Old November 9th, 2009, 11:05 AM   #6
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Nice to see Trondheim finally getting its own tread! I'm sure many projects from here have "drowned" in the more general development treads over the years.
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Old November 9th, 2009, 11:05 AM   #7
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Ocean Space Centre

EDIT: I started a thread for this project, see, read and discuss more here.


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Old November 9th, 2009, 01:48 PM   #8
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Finally a Trondheim thread Have you any new information about the Ladeproject?
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Old November 9th, 2009, 01:49 PM   #9
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Rockheim
Rockheim on Urbika

A centre and museum for pop and rock music in Norway. Its located in the new development area of Brattøra, an old industrial area which is apart
of the renewal of the harbour and fjordside area in Trondheim. The centre has struggled in its construction, extreme winters and bad fires has
delayed the opening of the centre that offers a very modern educational museum and music facilities.


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Old November 9th, 2009, 01:52 PM   #10
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Have you any new information about the Ladeproject?
I know about two larger projects, but difficult to find much info since they are under development right now. There are one project at Lade Alle 80,
and one much larger right across the street at Lade Allé 59 - 73 which i guess you are referring to. Lade Allé 59 - 73 is is still under development by
PirII Arkitektkontor, ARC Arkitekter and agraff AS. It will have 900 apartments and some area for business.



This is Lade Alle 80, right across the street from the project above. Still in early stage of development as far as i know.

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Illsvika Extra
Illsvika Extra on Urbika

The last phase of the Illsvika development area. Six buildings with 140 apartments with some stores and offices in the first floors. Construction is
expected to start in November 2010.


Large rendering: http://img580.imageshack.us/img580/3...rilsvika24.jpg


Large rendering: http://img682.imageshack.us/img682/3...rilsvika24.jpg







Construction Updates

Construction update, July 2d, 2011.









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Trondheim Næringspark
Trondheim Næringspark on Urbika

Trondheim Næringspark (Sluppen Næringspark) is a large office development project at Sluppen, where E6 (Holtermannsveien) and E6
Omkjøringsveien meets. Two alternative developments are been considered. Alternative 1 suggests to keep most of the current 26 500m2 large
building mass, where most of the buildings are 5-6 floors tall. Alternative 2 suggests to tear down some of the current buildings occupying a large
part of the site an build a much larger building. A 20 floor tall highrise is also included in this alternative.

Alternative 1:
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Name                                     Height          Area              Construction
Sluppenveien 5 og 7          6 floors   22 300m2  
Sluppenveien 9               1 floor     3 600m2        Completed
Sluppenveien 11              2 floors    6 600m2        Completed
Sluppenveien 13              2 floors    2 800m2        Completed
Sluppenveien 15              5 floors    6 100m2             
Sluppenveien 17A             6 floors    6 300m2        2009 - 2011
Sluppenveien 17B og 17C      6 floors    9 800m2        2011 - 2013
Parkeringshus                3 floors    6 400m2             
Sluppenveien 19              6 floors   13 600m2   
Sluppenveien 21              5 floors    3 400m2        Completed
Sluppenveien 23              5 floors    3 200m2        Completed
Sluppenveien 25              5 floors    5 000m2  

= Total area                            89 100m2
Alternative 2:
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Name                                     Height          Area              Construction
Sluppenveien 5 og 7          6 floors   28 500m2  
Sluppenveien 9               5 floors   18 000m2        
Sluppenveien 11              6 floors   21 800m2        
Sluppenveien 13              2 floors    2 800m2        Completed
Sluppenveien 15              5 floors    6 100m2             
Sluppenveien 17A             6 floors    6 300m2        2009 - 2011
Sluppenveien 17B og 17C      6 floors    9 800m2        2011 - 2013
Parkeringshus                3 floors    6 400m2             
Sluppenveien 19             20 floors   17 600m2   
Sluppenveien 21              5 floors    3 400m2        Completed
Sluppenveien 23              5 floors    3 200m2        Completed
Sluppenveien 25              5 floors    5 000m2  

= Total area                           128 900m2

Illustrations | Alternative 1





Illustrations | Alternative 2







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Old November 9th, 2009, 08:31 PM   #13
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Holtermannsvei 1
Holtermannsvei 1 on Urbika

An ongoing development project where PirII Arkitektkontor won a competition with their three proposals. These are the three proposals they are
working on right now which will come up for a final decision later on. The current site is one large parking lot, a 14 floor tall highrise building, and a
unused plot with trees.







Proposal 1: Two highrises
The proposal with the largest area (37 446m2). Propose a reconstruction of current 14 floor tall highrise pluss building another 14 floor tall highrise
building right next to.







Proposal 2: One highrise
36 162m2.







Proposal 3: No highrise
The proposal with the lowest area (32 929m2). Suggests to demolish the current highrise building.







There will also be built a large 2 floor parking garage under the complex.

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I vote for alternative 3, that building should be demolished...

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The good projects are a bit rare in this city
Yep, thats why i have not bothered about this thread before, though i have been thinking about one since 2004! So know i am making a thread to show you that Trondheim has a long way to go in urban planning and development projects. A shame.
I guess you have not forgotten about the the most visionary projects of them all:

http://www.tu.no/industri/article195066.ece
http://www.sintef.no/project/Den%20t...filer/WOSC.pdf

This project is still fairly early in the planning process though, and the final project (if approved) may be completely different.

Do you know what happens with the Kjeldsberg highrise?
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Old November 9th, 2009, 09:46 PM   #15
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Do you know what happens with the Kjeldsberg highrise?
We will have to wait a few more years for that one to be built. The first piece, Sluppenveien 17A starts construction now. Then i know they are in good progress with two more office buildings right next to 17A, final renderings and plans will be ready in 2010 so that they hopefully can start construction late 2010 or 2011. The highrise is on the stage after that, so a wild guess is construction start in 2012 the earliest, completion 2015+.
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Since the railroad tracks is a big problem with the connection of the harbourfront and downtown Trondheim
they are building a larger walkbrigde above the tracks. Future vision is partly remove and build something above the tracks, but this is not likely to
be done in many years yet.
Yes they should open up the waterfront an harbour to the public somehow. Looks like a huge area available for expansion down there. Is it the port autorities and NSB/jernbaneverket who own this piece of land or Trondheim municipality? I'm not that familiar with Trindheim but could it bee possible to move the godsterminal away from the downtown harbour and maybe put the railtracks in a underground tunnel or something?
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to be honest, Trondheim have no waterfront, its all just shit! And their future visions are unclear and weak, seems like the politicians in Trondheim have very little interest in urban developments since they are very eager to expand with large housing districts around Heimdal and beyond.

The tracks block the city from the fjord, and now they are building the new Nordre Avlastningsvei just beside the tracks, so the gap gets even larger. That road was suppose to be built in a tunnel all the way from the Nidelva crossing, but that never happend.

I know a small part of the tracks is been planned removed, but most of the tracks will be there for many many year. There are no plans to move the harbour, and they just launched a new project with some massive terminal buildings on Brattøra which will start construction next year (price: 1 mrd.). The port authorities and NSB/Jernbaneverket own the entire waterfront of Trondheim more or less.

Nyhavna will be interesting though, thats the harbour/industrial area on the east of Nidelva, towards Lade. They have a good vision there at least. Problem again is that there are no plans for where the shipping based industries should go.

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Nyhavna
The most exiting development project in Trondheim is no doubt Nyhavna. This is a large development zone between Lade and Midtbyen which is been used as harbour and
industries today. Developers call their vision "Nyhavna 2030 - Europe's most exiting city district". This development project is five times the size of Aker Brygge in Oslo and
will house residentials, offices, retail, hotels, an aquarium and research-centres for industries and the university.

The idea is to build it over a 20 year period. A concept has been made, you can download the PDF here (77 pages / 15Mb). Since the concept rendering is very poor i will just
show you the concept masterplan made by Narud Stokke Wiig.



I am really looking forward to the next steps here. And that reason is because this masterplan is a bad one. They will have to do something very different if this is to become the
most exiting development in Europe! So fingers crossed for a very different masterplan next!
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Sure! Nyhavna is an awesome opportunity to, not just open the waterfront, but build a new and dense part of city which can take some of the expectet growth from areas like Heimdal. With the plan above they wont open the waterfront but practically block it, since much of the area would be isolated with apartments with surburban style.
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Oh the, freight terminal

"Those tracks" is the rail freight terminal of Trondheim, which is handily colocated with the harbor. However, the capacity of it is getting to small, and the freight terminal has been an ongoing nightmare of a local discussion in Trondheim, only narrowly beaten by the tramway discussions....

During the 90s, the national railways (NSB) planned to move the terminal to Leangen to the east of the city center, despite extremely heavy opposition. Then, in 2003, when everything was ready and approved, jernbaneverket decided that it was not needed after all. It was a pity, since this caused the unfortunate alignment of "nordre avlastningsveg" to a higher cost, and closed large areas for development. Now, 7 years later, they have realized that a new terminal is needed after all, but Leangen is no longer an option. Instead ideas like Hell (Stjørdal)

Øysand, location of Neu Trondheim in Melhus to the south of the city


Hommelvik, Muruvik and Orkanger are suggested as new locations for a combined freight terminal and harbour. However, Hell and particular Øysand, with Ivar Gafset in the front row, meet heavy opposition, as both areas are relatively untouched environmentally. I doubt that Hommelvik or Muruvik would have enough room for the freight terminal and anyway the terminal should be to the south of the city. Orkanger might be too far away. A remaining option would be to move just the railway terminal. Heimdal has been suggested, but it would be difficult to get enough room, at least for a through terminal. Another rather wild suggestion has been made by Asplan Viak: Put the terminal underground under Tyholt:
http://www.adressa.no/meninger/kroni...cle1076758.ece

In short, although jernaneverket now is looking for a new terminal location and plan to build one ASAP, i expect the tracks to be there for quite some time still. In addition we now have city politicians whose hands are tied up with the labor unions, and they certainly don't want to move any industry out of the city. Hence, it cannot be expected that much harbor area will be freed for development in the next few years either......
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