Rogaland fylkeskommune shall build a new department for adapted education at Jåttå sixth form college in Stavanger. The school offers both vocational and university-preparatory education and has approx. 1 100 students. The premises that currently house adapted education at Hinna shall be sold, and a new building shall be erected on the southern end of the site at the main school. The education will take place in small groups with increased staffing. The students are armed to master a better work life or everyday life by the completion of their schooling. The department will have 65 students, of which 30 will be undertaking every day life training and 35 will be undertaking work training. There are approx. 60 employees.
The site is located between roads, railway and park-like open space, and is relatively flat. The main building is from 2007, and the sports building from 2010.
This competition concerns a turnkey contract for the adapted education department that is a new construction totalling GFA 3 390 m2, as well as outdoor works and demolition/development of a new multi use games area. The turnkey contract includes erection of a complete functional and user-ready building. The executing turnkey contractor will be responsible for ensuring that the contract includes all the necessary work for the planning, engineering design and execution.