On projects throughout the country, also offshore.

At Nordic Steel, we have our own assembly department where skilled mechanical fitters assemble large and small series and prototypes, as well as test, prepare and maintain equipment.

All our employees have extensive experience in the industry, with interdisciplinary expertise that benefits you as a customer. We welcome all challenges.

Assembly is often carried out in our premises, but we are happy to commission you as a customer. We have several skilled fitters who regularly travel offshore on assignments for our customers - both supervisors and executives.

Installation of height barriers in the tunnel opening to the Hundvåg tunnel

We offer most services and can solve all types of jobs within new construction, rehabilitation, maintenance, construction and assembly.

  • Load-bearing steel structures
  • Facades
  • Superstructure / rebuilding / rehabilitation
  • Assembly / steel assembly
  • Service and maintenance

The mechanical fitters have their own service cars and can run on fixed appointments or shorter assignments. Together with our own production and prefabrication, we can offer according to your wishes.

We have the necessary certifications and follow the current requirements:

  • Centrally approved enterprise for liability law pursuant to the Planning and Building Act
  • Performance of assembly of load-bearing metal or concrete structures in execution class 3

Some of our assembly assignments:

  • Y-block in the government quarter, Oslo
  • New Sola Church, Sola in Rogaland
  • Sandfærhus parking, Trondheim Airport Værnes
  • Kleppe Skule, Klepp in Rogaland
  • Mørenot, Ålesund
  • Ekofisk
  • Bridge structures, E16

Send a request

Projects we've done.

Curious about what we can deliver? Send us a request and get an offer.

We will respond to your inquiry as soon as possible. If you need urgent help, we recommend that you contact us by phone regardless of opening hours.
Mathias Hult
Head of Marketing
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