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Our success is assured by our dedicated team.

Our team has been located in Norway for over six years. We have already implemented many exciting projects, such as the Tresfjord bridge and the Farris bridge, to the complete satisfaction of our employers. Thanks to these successes, we have already been awarded contracts for further projects in Norway. For example, we are currently demonstrating our expertise by building an extension to the Bekkelaget wastewater treatment plant in Oslo and constructing the Loftesnes bridge in Sogndal.

Our well-coordinated team guarantees effective project implementation and combined expertise. With our extensive experience, we are ideally equipped to meet all the requirements of modern infrastructure in public spaces and develop customised solutions for our employers.

Mario Perissutti Managing director
Bettina Gerti Groß Head of Development Region Nordic


Mario Perissutti

The native Austrian embarked on his career in the construction industry after studying civil engineering at the Graz University of Technology. He has been contributing his expertise to major international infrastructure projects for over 15 years. Since 2005, Mario has repeatedly been drawn to Norway where, as a site and project manager, he is responsible for the implementation of several bridges and civil engineering structures. Having gained a wealth of experience in Austria, Hungary, Serbia and Romania, he is now applying it in the land of the fjords. Mario is the managing director of PNC Norge and has been living in Oslo with his family since 2016.

Bettina Gerti Groß

As head of Business Development, Bettina has worked all over northern Europe since 2013. Since graduating in engineering in 1991, she has been involved in construction projects in Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Iceland and Germany. The native German has dedicated her experience in project management, especially in Scandinavia, to PNC Norge AS. She was awarded an international MBA in 2010, and passed the MRICS examination in Nordic Crossborder Management in Stockholm. Bettina has been living in a thatched cottage on a small island in Denmark’s South Funen Archipelago since 1997.