Publications within the industry

Fremtidens Byggenæring is Norway’s largest decision maker magazine aimed at building construction. Fremtidens Byggenæring is based on 17,236 copies per number and is without comparison Norway’s largest, niche-oriented trade magazine aimed at the construction industry. Fremtidens Byggenæring has a high quality layout and good professional depth.
For Building Green 2018, we are going to make a special release focusing on sustainable building materials, green and sustainable buildings, energy efficiency, indoor climate, healthy and green architecture, BREEAM, facade, and much more in line with Building Green.

As an exhibitor at Building Green Oslo there are special offers for advertisments at Fremtidens Byggenæring. Read more.

Building Supply is a commercial network platform where suppliers, subcontractors and purchasing companies in the construction industry can easily get in touch with each other, find information, buy / sell new and used products and machines to each other, post job listings and much more.
Building Supply provides an outstanding opportunity to stay up to date with the industry through our daily newsletter. The newsletter is send to 34796 decision makers in the field of craftsmen, building materials suppliers, architects and engineers. In addition, contractors, builders and other actors related to the industry.
Building Supply aims to be the building industry’s meeting point of effective contact and information sharing.

Arkitektur N magazine is the Norwegian Review of Architecture. It is a Norwegian language publication with summaries and captions in English. Arkitektur N is published with six issues per year. Since 1919 Arkitektur N (formerly Byggekunst) has been the main presentation journal for Norwegian architects, landscape architects and interior architects.
Arkitektur N presents and reviews architecture in and from Norway along with articles, essays, research and other stories, by Norwegian and international writers.

Our fifth issue of 2018 will focus on sustainability, so it seemed perfectly natural to collaborate with Building Green during their first Oslo event.

Byggfakta has the vision of being the Norwegian construction industry’s market channel for new business opportunities. Our business idea is to establish contacts between buyers and sellers of products and services in the Norwegian construction market
We provide high quality information at the right time of the Norwegian construction business. “Byggfaktatabasen” contains more than 20,000 Norwegian construction and civil engineering projects. We provide updated information about approx. 250 new and 1 100 existing projects every week to our customers.