Cutting the first sod for BIO4

Thursday 1 September 2016 was a milestone in Copenhagen Local Authority’s vision to become the world’s first CO2-neutral capital. Lord Mayor of the City of Copenhagen Frank Jensen and Mayor for Technical and Environmental Affairs of the City of Copenhagen Morten Kabell together with the Greater Copenhagen utility company HOFOR’s chairman and CEO Leo Larsen cut the first sod for the new CHP unit, called BIO4, at Amagerværket, which will supply the Greater Copenhagen area with district heating generated from sustainable biomass.


Moving day for the Yellow Mansion

The central signalling post at Copenhagen goods yard will be moved tomorrow, 3 September 2016, from Copenhagen to Gedser, a small town at the southern tip of the island of Falster. The tower is widely known as the Yellow Mansion on account of the 1975 comedy The Olsen Gang on the Track, number seven of the much-loved film series about the exploits of a fictional Danish criminal gang. GPA has been involved in both the external and internal renovation, including the final layout and decor of the tower.


GPA develops Sarpsborg’s infrastructure

The Norwegian National Rail Administration, Jernbaneverket, has invited Gottlieb Paludan Architects and Rambøll to participate as consultants on the parallel assignment for urban development around a new transport hub in Sarpsborg in Southern Norway.