Who we are?
Statsbygg is the Norwegian government’s key advisor in construction and property affairs, building commissioner, property manager and property developer. Statsbygg has 880 employees, around one half of them are personnel connected to our properties. The head office is situated in Oslo and there are regional offices in Oslo, Porsgrunn, Bergen, Trondheim and Tromsø.
What we do
Statsbygg is a public sector administration company responsible to the Ministry of Local Government and Modernisation (KMD), Statsbygg provides appropriate, functional premises to public sector enterprises, as well as realising prevailing sociopolitical objectives in relation to architecture, governmental planning interests, preservation of heritage sites and the environment.
Role in the proDataMarket project
Statsbygg participates in the proDataMarket project as a large industry partner and has the roles as domain expert, data and service provider. Our focus will be on adding values to the data market and service innovations. Below are the two business cases Statsbygg is going to realize in the project.
Business Case SoE: Statsbygg has been responsible for reporting real properties owned by the public sector in Norway. The current way to collect data is resource demanding and erroneous. The dataset involved includes themes like national cadastral data, universal design, cultural heritage data etc. The integrated open property data in proDataMarket is expected to significantly reduce the scope of data collection since only key information is needed to be collected and the rest of information like address, owner can be deducted. The target new service will assist and innovate the reporting process and also improve the data quality of the report.
Business Case RVAS: The risk and vulnerability analysis in the early planning process is one of the most important tasks for construction and rehabilitation projects. The analysis needs information like cadastral data, cultural values of a property, universal design status, and many other natural geographical and environmental data such as quick clay, soil contamination etc., which are spread in different sectors and data sources. Some of them are exposed as open map services and some are accessible via web applications. Currently GIS applications are normally used to support the cross-domain task by providing the map services as map layers for analysis. Integrating the different data sources in proDataMarket is expected to simplify the analysis and provide the possibility to innovate the Risk and Vulnerability Analysis Service.