Hans-Kristian Alveberg has been employed at Seatower AS as Principal Engineer as of April 5.
Alveberg is an expert within post-tensioned concrete structures, and Diplom-Ingenieur (M.Sc.) in Steel Constructions in Civil Engineering from Universität Karlsruhe 2005.
Previously, he held positions in Bouygues Group, where he was responsible for the design of numerous steel structures, as well as construction engineering for concrete structures. This employment was followed by a position in Skanska, where he had the responsibility for the Post-tension department in Norway as project manager.
Before taking up his current challenge at Seatower, he was employed by Technip as a Specialist Engineer within structural design, where he did detailed design work and fabrication follow-up of subsea steel structures.
Hans-Kristian Alveberg will be part of Seatower’s Engineering department reporting to CTO Sigurd Ramslie.
Seatower designs gravity foundations for offshore wind turbines and substations. Its Cranefree technology, based on principles from the offshore oil & gas sector, enables offshore wind projects at deeper waters to be executed fast and cost efficiently with reduced risk and without expensive installation vessels.