Implementation of projects has always been one of the main focus areas for Enwa Badeanlegg. We have completed over 500 projects that are regulated by Norwegian public swimming pools regulations.
Our customers are usually municipalities or contractors who want to build or rehabilitate water parks, SPA hotels, school pools, swimming pools, pool at campsites or cruise ships jacuzzies and pools.
We have also provided water treatments and attractions to some of the most exclusive private pools in Norway.
To carry out the projects, we have a solid project department consisting of project managers, engineers and fitters with long professional experience.
Together with our partners and suppliers, we meet customers' requirements and provide safe and secure, crystal clear and sometimes bubbling, splashing and cascading bathing water.
Enwa contributes an additional NOK 150,000 to emergency aid. UNICEF recieves aid for the children of Ukraine.
Raufoss water park opened in 1992 and has upgraded again. The facility now consists of 5,000 square meters of artificial river waterfall, ocean waves, tropical plants, swimming pools, slides, gym and sauna.
Jessheimbadet in Ullensaker municipality was completed in December 2020. The staff is now well under way with training, and ready for opening in February 2021.
After 30 years in the business, one might think that we had experience with most types of pools, but a therapy pool for dogs and cats (!) - that was the first time around.
Finally. It was more than 30 years since a new swimming pool was last opened in Sandnes. The day was long anticipated when the new pool finally was ready. Austrått public pool at Iglemyr opened its doors to the public on 4 November 2020.
Havhesten in Kinn municipality has been completely rehabilitated. The swimming pool appears as new, and state-of-the-art, with a fully automated technical system. And what a view!
Enwa Badeanlegg has delivered two steel pools - one 25-meter pool and one training pool with adjustable floors. Delivery includes two water treatment systems.
Enwa has delivered a fully automatic water treatment system connected to SD systems. The delivery includes a steel pool with UV systems, pool lights and HC lift.
When the world's first hybrid-powered expedition cruise ship was completed in 2019, the pool, whirlpool and water treatment system were supplied by Enwa Badeanlegg.
Flesberg saves 1000 m3 to 1400 m3 of water every year by placing a drum filter in front of the equalization tank and sand filter system.
Enwa Badeanlegg has delivered the water treatment system and two steel pools to Bølgen bad in Drøbak. The pool opened in June 2019.
In collaboration with API Waterfun, Enwa Badeanlegg has delivered a splash water park to Bjørneparken in Flå (Hallingdal). The facility opened on June 27, 2019.
The swimming pool is a leader in energy-saving technology and will be one of the most energy-efficient swimming pools in Norway.
Energy consumptions and the environment were the main focus for this project. The public pool is built according to the official standard for passive houses.
Kvinabadet was completed in the autumn of 2016, and has a sports pool of 25 meters, a therapy pool and a paddling pool. Kvinabadet also has southern Norway's longest waterslide of 66.6 meters.
Fyret (The lighthouse), is a multi-purpose community house in Fosnes, built for public health and swimming education. The public pool is a steel pool for a modern school- and public bath house.
A pioneering floating pool concept - floating 25 meter pool with a width of 10 meters, open-air public swimming pool in Arendal harbour and guest harbour.
Ankerskogen is a modern and exciting swimming complex - and one of Norway's largest. While Ankerskogen was rehabilitated and expanded from 2011 to 2014, the facilities was open most of the period.
In the middle of the Swedish forest - with seven pools and spas cast in exciting shapes - no prefabrication.
At Bøsetra, 800 meters above sea level, is one of Norway's largest mountain hotels with direct access to ski slopes and ski resorts. The facility opened in 2009, and is equipped with several different pools and SPAs. ENWA delivered all the technical equipment.
With its 9 pools, Drammensbadet is one of Norway's largest water parks. The project was Enwa Badeanlegg's first major project, delivered in 2008.