The Norwegian consulting company VA Consult becomes part of the Envidan Group, emphasizing its strong focus on the Norwegian market.
Together, VA Consult and Envidan have more than 70 specialists working exclusively on solutions for the water and wastewater sector in Norway, as well as the largest professional community in the water cycle in the Nordics, consisting of Envidan’s now more than 400 employees in Scandinavia.
“We’ve said it before, and now we’re putting action behind our words; we want to become the Nordic region’s leading water and wastewater consultancy”, says Envidan’s CEO Ole Fritz Adeler, who is very pleased with the latest acquisition in Norway.
“VA Consult is a stable company with a strong management and a great professional foundation and as such, a perfect fit for our current employees in Norway. This also helps us get taken into consideration for the larger Norwegian water and wastewater projects that will be numerous in the coming years,” continues Ole Fritz Adeler.
VA Consult AS is an independent water and wastewater consulting company with offices in Sandefjord, Skien, Drammen and Moss. The company has existed since 2008 and with more than 40 employees it is a well-managed organization with many competent employees.
“We have developed steadily since 2008, and today we have a huge professional base,” says Tor Håkon Møller, Chairman and CEO of VA Consult.
We will keep our four offices in Sandefjord, Skien, Drammen and Moss and can now further complement our presence with Envidan’s offices in Oslo, Gardermoen and Elverum. This means that even though we are now part of the Envidan Group, we remain local,” says Tor Håkon Møller.
Aims to conquer the European market within the water cycle
Envidan is one of the Nordic region’s leading water and wastewater specialists, providing consultancy on everything from climate adaptation to turnkey facilities, while developing innovative software solutions for the water sector. Envidan now has a total of 16 offices in Denmark, Norway and Sweden.
Envidan is backed by the Northern European capital fund Waterland and the goal is to make Envidan a strong European player within water cycle solutions.
“And we are well on our way”, Ole Fritz Adeler concludes.
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