See how some of our employees feel about working at Faveo
A strong human dimension
"At Faveo, I have learned a lot about professional project management. The wide range of assignments guarantees a variety of tasks and opportunities. Although we are project managers and focus on sales and profitability, Faveo has a strong human dimension. The organisation is also characterised by diversity. We have theologians, philosophers, biologists, engineers and economists working among our ranks. The management recognises the importance of individual employees, and there is ample scope for the exchanges of ideas and new ways of meeting challenges. There is more than enough room for each individual employee at Faveo."
- Project manager Hanne Bjørseth
Inspiring and educational
"I have a passionate interest in environmental matters and love working at at Faveo. It is an inspiring and educational experience to work with so many skilled and capable people. The merger with PTL has made things even better. We have increased enormously in strength, and as the largest project management organisation in the Nordic area we have an even better platform from which to recruit new employees."
- Project manager Jan Olofsson
The main thing is that I can work with skilled people
"Faveo has given me the opportunity to take part in the Kilden Project – the theatre and concert hall in Kristiansand – which is probably one of the most significant buildings of its kind in the whole region. After Kilden, I hope that other exciting projects will follow. It doesn’t really matter whether they are here in this region, in Norway or in some other part of the world. The main thing is that I can work with skilled people at Faveo, with suppliers, contractors and, most importantly, with our clients. Things couldn’t be better. I hope and believe that Faveo can make use of the enormous bank of resources which the personnel within the company represent, and that we can establish a common identity and an exciting future – which is something that I really look forward to."
- Project manager Per Egil Steen