Building the energy of tomorrow
Our way of working
In-house planning for the customer’s benefit
With us, planning happens seamlessly in-house as part of a project. Our expertise comes from a combination of training, experience and courage. We are able to plan and offer location-specific solutions for foundations, among other things. This means that with wind farms, for example, we offer several researched options instead of one compromise solution, where this approach will produce financial savings for the customer or enable an option with less risk.
We believe that good planning and close communication with the customer prevent any possible additional expenses from popping up in the later phases of the project. It could be said that we want to solve the customer’s problems before they materialise – a reason why it is worth trusting us.
Although we are contractors, we have not forgotten that continuous product development is critical. A good example of this work is the rock anchor foundation method we have developed, which minimises CO2 emissions by reducing the amount of concrete required and thus decreasing the need to drive heavy machinery to the construction site.
Open-book model offers transparency
Savings through comprehensive project management
In our view, a model where we both plan and are responsible for the implementation of the budget works the best for the customer, as it keeps the project from overspending and prevents unforeseen additional costs.
Suvic is part of the Dovre Group
Dovre Group is a global provider of project management services. Dovre Group has three business areas: Project Personnel, Consulting and Renewable energy. Dovre Group has offices in Canada, Finland, Norway, Singapore, and the US, and employs more than 800 people worldwide. Dovre Group is listed on Nasdaq Helsinki (symbol: DOV1V).