Haandverkerne are well established in the eastern region of Norway and specialize in framework agreements and contracts with public builders. The company has its headquarters in Slependen and had a turnover of NOK 263 million in 2014.

Haandverkerne is one of the region's largest total suppliers of handicraft services with 125 employees and has its own craftsmen in the fields of carpentry, paint and coating, as well as brick and mortar.


The core area of Haandverkerne is total deliveries within refurbishment of homes, apartments, public buildings and commercial buildings.


Haandverkerne AS is a subsidiary of NCC.


Haandverkerne AS was established in 2010 through a merger between Christiania Haandverk (1998) and Mur and Tre (1996). Christiania Handverk ran general craftsmanship and developed particularly high level of expertise in surface treatment. Mur and Tre operated general contracting activities, from basic to carpenters.

In 2011, OKK Entrepreneur bought 51% of the shares in Haandverkerne and the head of OKK Byggservice, Lyder Hole, took over as Managing Director at Haandverkerne 01.01.2012. In August 2012, NCC acquired OKK Entreprenør AS and its affiliated subsidiaries. Haandverkerne is now a subsidiary of NCC.

Read more on the websites of Haandverkerne.