J.B. Ugland Eiendom AS owns and develops the real estate portfolio of the J.B. Ugland group.
At 65 000 square metres, Sørlandets Teknologipark constitutes a large share of the Portfolio.
We have experience and competence within the development, construction, rental, management and operation of properties, and aim to contribute to the development of towns and cities.
J.B.Ugland Entreprenør AS started the construction of Anticimex’s new office and warehouse at Kjerlingland during November 2017. Expected completion of this 680 square feet building is set for summer 2018.
The planning of I4Helse (Campus Grimstad Healthcare Innovation) started during 2015. The project work has commenced with an expected construction start date of March 15th 2018. The new building of 3 700 m2 will be completed by August 2019. In addition to this development, UiA is planning a further expansion of 900 m2, as well as a new car park with a capacity of 320 cars.
J.B.Ugland Eiendomsutvikling AS, through its subsidiary Grøm Eiendom AS, has started the developing process of a new and modern housing area located in the centre of the Campus Grimstad area.
Progress at construction site:
Building A-B: Facades are completed. Work on the interior is ongoing with installation of kitchen and painting.
Sørild Friidretsklubb (Sørild Athletics club) and JBU have been working together since 2013 to establish an indoor athletics hall with multipurpose facilities situated on Campus Grimstad.
Wednesday 18. May marked the construction start of the new Mechatronics Innovation Lab (MIL).
Markedsforum East Agder has declared the developers behind Barbu Brygge as “Marketer of the Year 2015”. The prize is intended as a professional recognition for the marketing work carried out during the preceding year, as well as an inspiration for further work. Read the jury’s justifications in Agderposten.
Nicolai Tangen has offered Kristiansand town an art collection comprising of 1100 Norwegian artworks, built up over 20 years. These 1100 art works make up what art connoisseurs claim is the most important collection of Norwegian art from the period 1930-1970.
Such a collection requires, and deserves, a standalone building.
Agder Næringspark is presently experiencing significant interest, which has resulted in the signing of several new property sales agreements at Kjerlingland. Servicegrossisten AS represents one of these sales, as featured in Agderposten.
Yet another milestone has been passed today in connection with the development and realization of MIL. The tenancy agreement between JBU (owner) and UiA (tenant) was signed by Director for Real Estate, Bjørn Vedal, and the University Director, Seunn Smith Tønnesen, in connection with today’s board meeting at UiA.
J.B. Ugland Eiendomsutvikling AS has joined Lillesand Næringsarealer AS (LINA) to develop Agder Næringspark in Lillesand. To date approximately 10 hectares has been levelled and prepared with technical infrastructure, in addition to the establishment of two petrol stations. (Review, edition 3.2015, Agdernæring)
Nicolai Tangen from Kristiansand, currently living in London, has donated his collection of modern art to his hometown Kristiansand. The collection will be placed in the silo in the Kulturkvartalet of Kanalbyen.
The silo dock at Odderoey Island in Kristiansand will, in the course of the next few years, be transformed from an industrial dockland into an urban and progressive section of town. A unique project with close proximity to both sea, nature, culture and shopping.