Services

We have been our customer’s helping hand throughout four decades. Holte have recruited the industry’s best professionals in HSE/QA, building permit applications and estimation. Holte provides a wide range of services in order to help customers overcome everyday obstacles and ease their workload.

Construction Industry

Inspections by the building authorities

The building authorities are required to carry out inspections on enterprises within the construction sector. These inspections are carried out to ensure that enterprises have a management system in place with the necessary procedures, quality assurance documentation and appropriate competence.

Inspections by the Norwegian Labour Inspection Authority

Inspections are part of the Norwegian Labour Inspection Authority’s remit to ensure compliance with the requirements of the Working Environment Act. Inspections are carried out to help guide enterprises in their work relating to HSE, and ensure that enterprises have systems in place in order to systematise their HSE work in use.

For those which have a management system from Holte, we offer two services linked to assistance in connection with inspections by government agencies.

Terrain profiles

A terrain profile shows the height of the building relative to the existing terrain on the property. When submitting an application to the municipality, you must show the discrepancy between existing and new terrain. This is primarily done by adding lines showing the existing and new terrain lines to the façade drawings. This is what we call a ‘terrain profile’.

Outdoor area plan

In the case of new-build, many municipalities require an outdoor area plan. This is a map that uses colour codes to show how the various parts of the plot will be used (including location of buildings, pedestrian and vehicle areas, usable outdoor area). The map also shows both new and existing contour lines, existing and new vegetation and other important information.

Solar diagram

A solar diagram indicates how the project will cast shadows both on its own plot and on neighbouring plots. It can be a useful document, particularly in connection with objections from neighbours. We can help you with this!

Outline drawings

We will transform your hand-drawn sketches into digital drawings –  easy to process.

Situational plan

When applying for permission for a project, the municipality will require the project to be drawn in on a situational map. We will prepare a situational plan containing the information that is needed in relation to the application process.

Neighbour profile

This is a drawing that shows the height of the building in the context of neighbouring buildings, and will illustrate how your project fits in with the heights of surrounding buildings. The document can be useful for documenting good adaptation, or it may be a document that the municipality may request when processing the building application.

Building notification drawings

Building notification drawings are a further development of outline drawings. They can be used to present the project to both neighbours and the municipality in connection with a building application. The drawings contain the necessary documentation to enable the municipality to decide whether or not the project can be approved.

Exit plan

If you are applying for a new or revised exit, the municipal authority will require an exit plan indicating that the visibility requirements are met. We can prepare this plan for you.

Working drawings

Building a house or cabin? We can make your working drawings.

3D presentation

In some cases, it will be beneficial to prepare a project in 3D format. We can help you with this if the building has already been drawn in the app DDS-CAD.

Help with Central Approval

We will help your company to prepare an application for cental approval for submission to the National Office of Building Technology and Administration (Dibk). We can provide assistance in connection with new applications, renewals and amendments to existing approvals.

Help with checklist set-up – Construction

Holte’s technical department is known for its knowledge of the quality assurance requirements in the Building Application Regulation. We will help you tailor the checklists to your business. Custom checklists enable you to carry out more efficient and precise quality assurance. Checklists will be prepared in collaboration with you based on your knowledge and expertise within your field.

Project set-up – OSH

Today, certain projects in the construction industry are required to have an OSH plan. Does your company have the necessary documentation to hand? You must be able to present this project documentation to the stakeholders involved and to the Norwegian Labour Inspection Authority. The documentation must also be a management tool for your projects. We will help you with this!

 

Project set-up in accordance with the Planning and Building Act

Do you know what you need to document in your projects? Have you undergone an inspection or third party control? In our management systems, you will find the tools you need to comply with statutory requirements regarding quality assurance and documentation – and you will be given the help you need over the phone.

QA audit

All enterprises with statutory authorisation and enterprises with a declared right to accept responsibility regarding building applications must have updated and tailored quality assurance procedures for their business in accordance with Section 10.1 of the Regulations relating to building applications (SAK 10). We recommend that any company that takes on the right to accept responsibility to incorporate quality assurance procedures implements them in their projects.

HSE system set-up

Our management systems include tools and procedures to comply with the documentation requirements of the Working Environment Act. Through the HSE system set-up service, we will help you to tailor the system for which you have a licence to meet your company’s needs. This service has already been used by over 3,000 satisfied companies.

HSE Audit

HSE Audit is the service for those who have already had a full system set-up by Holte and want their HSE tool to be reviewed and updated to make sure that it is up to date.

Heat loss calculations in accordance with Section 14-3 of the Regulations on technical requirements for building works (TEK 10)

Environmental requirements must be satisfied, which can be an issue in the case of buildings with large glazed areas and windows. In any case, a heat loss calculation must always be performed. Holte’s building application department can assist you with this.

Quantity estimates and preparation of quotes

Based on drawings and descriptions, we can prepare mass calculations and quotes using the customer’s own hourly rates and material prices.

Estimation services – Buildings

We prepare all types of estimates based on drawings and descriptions. These assignments will be carried out by skilled professionals with experience from the construction industry.

Account of the building application

Through the application documentation, you can influence how the municipal authority’s case officer thinks. A good description can be decisive as regards whether or not a building application is approved.

Quality assurance of your building application

Errors in applications can delay the processing of an application by the municipal authority for months. It can often be minor errors, such as a tick in the wrong box. Have you prepared an application on your own and would like it to undergo quality assurance?

Appeal against a decision concerning a building application

Have you had an application refused? Do you want to appeal against the decision? If so, it is important to present objective arguments, particularly new aspects which you have not already mentioned in your application.

Mapping of properties

The requirements that apply vary from property to property and from municipality to municipality, and it is often difficult to identify the regulations that actually apply and how they should be interpreted.

Building application consultancy

Do you sometimes get stuck on technical issues relating to a building application and wish you had someone you could discuss the matter with?

Dispensation in building application

If you need approval for a project which contravenes the regulations, you must apply for dispensation. This is not always easy to achieve. A good dispensation application is usually a crucial part of a building application. We can help you with this!

Consulting Engineers / Architects

Inspections by the building authorities

The building authorities are required to carry out inspections on enterprises within the construction sector. These inspections are carried out to ensure that enterprises have a management system in place with the necessary procedures, quality assurance documentation and appropriate competence.

Inspections by the Norwegian Labour Inspection Authority

Inspections are part of the Norwegian Labour Inspection Authority’s remit to ensure compliance with the requirements of the Working Environment Act. Inspections are carried out to help guide enterprises in their work relating to HSE, and ensure that enterprises have systems in place in order to systematise their HSE work in use.

For those which have a management system from Holte, we offer two services linked to assistance in connection with inspections by government agencies.

Terrain profiles

A terrain profile shows the height of the building relative to the existing terrain on the property. When submitting an application to the municipality, you must show the discrepancy between existing and new terrain. This is primarily done by adding lines showing the existing and new terrain lines to the façade drawings. This is what we call a ‘terrain profile’.

Outdoor area plan

In the case of new-build, many municipalities require an outdoor area plan. This is a map that uses colour codes to show how the various parts of the plot will be used (including location of buildings, pedestrian and vehicle areas, usable outdoor area). The map also shows both new and existing contour lines, existing and new vegetation and other important information.

Solar diagram

A solar diagram indicates how the project will cast shadows both on its own plot and on neighbouring plots. It can be a useful document, particularly in connection with objections from neighbours. We can help you with this!

Outline drawings

We will transform your hand-drawn sketches into digital drawings –  easy to process.

Situational plan

When applying for permission for a project, the municipality will require the project to be drawn in on a situational map. We will prepare a situational plan containing the information that is needed in relation to the application process.

Neighbour profile

This is a drawing that shows the height of the building in the context of neighbouring buildings, and will illustrate how your project fits in with the heights of surrounding buildings. The document can be useful for documenting good adaptation, or it may be a document that the municipality may request when processing the building application.

Building notification drawings

Building notification drawings are a further development of outline drawings. They can be used to present the project to both neighbours and the municipality in connection with a building application. The drawings contain the necessary documentation to enable the municipality to decide whether or not the project can be approved.

Exit plan

If you are applying for a new or revised exit, the municipal authority will require an exit plan indicating that the visibility requirements are met. We can prepare this plan for you.

Working drawings

Building a house or cabin? We can make your working drawings.

QA audit

All enterprises with statutory authorisation and enterprises with a declared right to accept responsibility regarding building applications must have updated and tailored quality assurance procedures for their business in accordance with Section 10.1 of the Regulations relating to building applications (SAK 10). We recommend that any company that takes on the right to accept responsibility to incorporate quality assurance procedures implements them in their projects.

Quantity estimates and preparation of quotes

Based on drawings and descriptions, we can prepare mass calculations and quotes using the customer’s own hourly rates and material prices.

Account of the building application

Through the application documentation, you can influence how the municipal authority’s case officer thinks. A good description can be decisive as regards whether or not a building application is approved.

Building application consultancy

Do you sometimes get stuck on technical issues relating to a building application and wish you had someone you could discuss the matter with?

Electrical Industry

Inspections by the building authorities

The building authorities are required to carry out inspections on enterprises within the construction sector. These inspections are carried out to ensure that enterprises have a management system in place with the necessary procedures, quality assurance documentation and appropriate competence.

Inspections by the Norwegian Labour Inspection Authority

Inspections are part of the Norwegian Labour Inspection Authority’s remit to ensure compliance with the requirements of the Working Environment Act. Inspections are carried out to help guide enterprises in their work relating to HSE, and ensure that enterprises have systems in place in order to systematise their HSE work in use.

For those which have a management system from Holte, we offer two services linked to assistance in connection with inspections by government agencies.

Help with Central Approval

We will help your company to prepare an application for cental approval for submission to the National Office of Building Technology and Administration (Dibk). We can provide assistance in connection with new applications, renewals and amendments to existing approvals.

QA audit

All enterprises with statutory authorisation and enterprises with a declared right to accept responsibility regarding building applications must have updated and tailored quality assurance procedures for their business in accordance with Section 10.1 of the Regulations relating to building applications (SAK 10). We recommend that any company that takes on the right to accept responsibility to incorporate quality assurance procedures implements them in their projects.

Account of the building application

Through the application documentation, you can influence how the municipal authority’s case officer thinks. A good description can be decisive as regards whether or not a building application is approved.

Building application consultancy

Do you sometimes get stuck on technical issues relating to a building application and wish you had someone you could discuss the matter with?

Plumbing Industry

Inspections by the building authorities

The building authorities are required to carry out inspections on enterprises within the construction sector. These inspections are carried out to ensure that enterprises have a management system in place with the necessary procedures, quality assurance documentation and appropriate competence.

Inspections by the Norwegian Labour Inspection Authority

Inspections are part of the Norwegian Labour Inspection Authority’s remit to ensure compliance with the requirements of the Working Environment Act. Inspections are carried out to help guide enterprises in their work relating to HSE, and ensure that enterprises have systems in place in order to systematise their HSE work in use.

For those which have a management system from Holte, we offer two services linked to assistance in connection with inspections by government agencies.

Help with Central Approval

We will help your company to prepare an application for cental approval for submission to the National Office of Building Technology and Administration (Dibk). We can provide assistance in connection with new applications, renewals and amendments to existing approvals.

QA audit

All enterprises with statutory authorisation and enterprises with a declared right to accept responsibility regarding building applications must have updated and tailored quality assurance procedures for their business in accordance with Section 10.1 of the Regulations relating to building applications (SAK 10). We recommend that any company that takes on the right to accept responsibility to incorporate quality assurance procedures implements them in their projects.

Estimation services – HVAC

We carry out estimating assignments for the HVAC industry. We are renowned for our fast delivery times, good quality and neat presentation.

Account of the building application

Through the application documentation, you can influence how the municipal authority’s case officer thinks. A good description can be decisive as regards whether or not a building application is approved.

Building application consultancy

Do you sometimes get stuck on technical issues relating to a building application and wish you had someone you could discuss the matter with?

Private or Public Contractor

Inspections by the building authorities

The building authorities are required to carry out inspections on enterprises within the construction sector. These inspections are carried out to ensure that enterprises have a management system in place with the necessary procedures, quality assurance documentation and appropriate competence.

Inspections by the Norwegian Labour Inspection Authority

Inspections are part of the Norwegian Labour Inspection Authority’s remit to ensure compliance with the requirements of the Working Environment Act. Inspections are carried out to help guide enterprises in their work relating to HSE, and ensure that enterprises have systems in place in order to systematise their HSE work in use.

For those which have a management system from Holte, we offer two services linked to assistance in connection with inspections by government agencies.

Terrain profiles

A terrain profile shows the height of the building relative to the existing terrain on the property. When submitting an application to the municipality, you must show the discrepancy between existing and new terrain. This is primarily done by adding lines showing the existing and new terrain lines to the façade drawings. This is what we call a ‘terrain profile’.

Outdoor area plan

In the case of new-build, many municipalities require an outdoor area plan. This is a map that uses colour codes to show how the various parts of the plot will be used (including location of buildings, pedestrian and vehicle areas, usable outdoor area). The map also shows both new and existing contour lines, existing and new vegetation and other important information.

Solar diagram

A solar diagram indicates how the project will cast shadows both on its own plot and on neighbouring plots. It can be a useful document, particularly in connection with objections from neighbours. We can help you with this!

Outline drawings

We will transform your hand-drawn sketches into digital drawings –  easy to process.

Situational plan

When applying for permission for a project, the municipality will require the project to be drawn in on a situational map. We will prepare a situational plan containing the information that is needed in relation to the application process.

Neighbour profile

This is a drawing that shows the height of the building in the context of neighbouring buildings, and will illustrate how your project fits in with the heights of surrounding buildings. The document can be useful for documenting good adaptation, or it may be a document that the municipality may request when processing the building application.

Building notification drawings

Building notification drawings are a further development of outline drawings. They can be used to present the project to both neighbours and the municipality in connection with a building application. The drawings contain the necessary documentation to enable the municipality to decide whether or not the project can be approved.

Exit plan

If you are applying for a new or revised exit, the municipal authority will require an exit plan indicating that the visibility requirements are met. We can prepare this plan for you.

Working drawings

Building a house or cabin? We can make your working drawings.

3D presentation

In some cases, it will be beneficial to prepare a project in 3D format. We can help you with this if the building has already been drawn in the app DDS-CAD.

Help with Central Approval

We will help your company to prepare an application for cental approval for submission to the National Office of Building Technology and Administration (Dibk). We can provide assistance in connection with new applications, renewals and amendments to existing approvals.

Help with checklist set-up – Construction

Holte’s technical department is known for its knowledge of the quality assurance requirements in the Building Application Regulation. We will help you tailor the checklists to your business. Custom checklists enable you to carry out more efficient and precise quality assurance. Checklists will be prepared in collaboration with you based on your knowledge and expertise within your field.

Project set-up – OSH

Today, certain projects in the construction industry are required to have an OSH plan. Does your company have the necessary documentation to hand? You must be able to present this project documentation to the stakeholders involved and to the Norwegian Labour Inspection Authority. The documentation must also be a management tool for your projects. We will help you with this!

 

Project set-up in accordance with the Planning and Building Act

Do you know what you need to document in your projects? Have you undergone an inspection or third party control? In our management systems, you will find the tools you need to comply with statutory requirements regarding quality assurance and documentation – and you will be given the help you need over the phone.

QA audit

All enterprises with statutory authorisation and enterprises with a declared right to accept responsibility regarding building applications must have updated and tailored quality assurance procedures for their business in accordance with Section 10.1 of the Regulations relating to building applications (SAK 10). We recommend that any company that takes on the right to accept responsibility to incorporate quality assurance procedures implements them in their projects.

HSE system set-up

Our management systems include tools and procedures to comply with the documentation requirements of the Working Environment Act. Through the HSE system set-up service, we will help you to tailor the system for which you have a licence to meet your company’s needs. This service has already been used by over 3,000 satisfied companies.

HSE Audit

HSE Audit is the service for those who have already had a full system set-up by Holte and want their HSE tool to be reviewed and updated to make sure that it is up to date.

Heat loss calculations in accordance with Section 14-3 of the Regulations on technical requirements for building works (TEK 10)

Environmental requirements must be satisfied, which can be an issue in the case of buildings with large glazed areas and windows. In any case, a heat loss calculation must always be performed. Holte’s building application department can assist you with this.

Quantity estimates and preparation of quotes

Based on drawings and descriptions, we can prepare mass calculations and quotes using the customer’s own hourly rates and material prices.

Estimation services – Buildings

We prepare all types of estimates based on drawings and descriptions. These assignments will be carried out by skilled professionals with experience from the construction industry.

Account of the building application

Through the application documentation, you can influence how the municipal authority’s case officer thinks. A good description can be decisive as regards whether or not a building application is approved.

Quality assurance of your building application

Errors in applications can delay the processing of an application by the municipal authority for months. It can often be minor errors, such as a tick in the wrong box. Have you prepared an application on your own and would like it to undergo quality assurance?

Appeal against a decision concerning a building application

Have you had an application refused? Do you want to appeal against the decision? If so, it is important to present objective arguments, particularly new aspects which you have not already mentioned in your application.

Mapping of properties

The requirements that apply vary from property to property and from municipality to municipality, and it is often difficult to identify the regulations that actually apply and how they should be interpreted.

Building application consultancy

Do you sometimes get stuck on technical issues relating to a building application and wish you had someone you could discuss the matter with?

Dispensation in building application

If you need approval for a project which contravenes the regulations, you must apply for dispensation. This is not always easy to achieve. A good dispensation application is usually a crucial part of a building application. We can help you with this!

Property

Inspections by the building authorities

The building authorities are required to carry out inspections on enterprises within the construction sector. These inspections are carried out to ensure that enterprises have a management system in place with the necessary procedures, quality assurance documentation and appropriate competence.

Inspections by the Norwegian Labour Inspection Authority

Inspections are part of the Norwegian Labour Inspection Authority’s remit to ensure compliance with the requirements of the Working Environment Act. Inspections are carried out to help guide enterprises in their work relating to HSE, and ensure that enterprises have systems in place in order to systematise their HSE work in use.

For those which have a management system from Holte, we offer two services linked to assistance in connection with inspections by government agencies.

Terrain profiles

A terrain profile shows the height of the building relative to the existing terrain on the property. When submitting an application to the municipality, you must show the discrepancy between existing and new terrain. This is primarily done by adding lines showing the existing and new terrain lines to the façade drawings. This is what we call a ‘terrain profile’.

Outdoor area plan

In the case of new-build, many municipalities require an outdoor area plan. This is a map that uses colour codes to show how the various parts of the plot will be used (including location of buildings, pedestrian and vehicle areas, usable outdoor area). The map also shows both new and existing contour lines, existing and new vegetation and other important information.

Solar diagram

A solar diagram indicates how the project will cast shadows both on its own plot and on neighbouring plots. It can be a useful document, particularly in connection with objections from neighbours. We can help you with this!

Outline drawings

We will transform your hand-drawn sketches into digital drawings –  easy to process.

Situational plan

When applying for permission for a project, the municipality will require the project to be drawn in on a situational map. We will prepare a situational plan containing the information that is needed in relation to the application process.

Neighbour profile

This is a drawing that shows the height of the building in the context of neighbouring buildings, and will illustrate how your project fits in with the heights of surrounding buildings. The document can be useful for documenting good adaptation, or it may be a document that the municipality may request when processing the building application.

Building notification drawings

Building notification drawings are a further development of outline drawings. They can be used to present the project to both neighbours and the municipality in connection with a building application. The drawings contain the necessary documentation to enable the municipality to decide whether or not the project can be approved.

Exit plan

If you are applying for a new or revised exit, the municipal authority will require an exit plan indicating that the visibility requirements are met. We can prepare this plan for you.

Working drawings

Building a house or cabin? We can make your working drawings.

QA audit

All enterprises with statutory authorisation and enterprises with a declared right to accept responsibility regarding building applications must have updated and tailored quality assurance procedures for their business in accordance with Section 10.1 of the Regulations relating to building applications (SAK 10). We recommend that any company that takes on the right to accept responsibility to incorporate quality assurance procedures implements them in their projects.

Heat loss calculations in accordance with Section 14-3 of the Regulations on technical requirements for building works (TEK 10)

Environmental requirements must be satisfied, which can be an issue in the case of buildings with large glazed areas and windows. In any case, a heat loss calculation must always be performed. Holte’s building application department can assist you with this.

Quantity estimates and preparation of quotes

Based on drawings and descriptions, we can prepare mass calculations and quotes using the customer’s own hourly rates and material prices.

Estimation services – Buildings

We prepare all types of estimates based on drawings and descriptions. These assignments will be carried out by skilled professionals with experience from the construction industry.

Account of the building application

Through the application documentation, you can influence how the municipal authority’s case officer thinks. A good description can be decisive as regards whether or not a building application is approved.

Building application consultancy

Do you sometimes get stuck on technical issues relating to a building application and wish you had someone you could discuss the matter with?

You can contact us on 45 50 60 70 or send us a request