The Danish Building and Property Agency is a part of the Ministry of Transport, Building and Housing. The agency was created by the formation of the government on 3 October 2011 through a merger of parts of the Danish Palace and Properties Agency, the Danish University and Property Agency and the Danish Enterprises and Construction Authority.

The Danish Building and Property Agency's executive board consists of CEO Rasmus Brandt Lassen, Deputy Director Kristian Lyk-Jensen, and Deputy Director Signe Primdal Lyndrup.

The organisation uses three pillars as a starting point: Business, Projects, and Staff and management.  The pillars consist of smaller units, each with their own special focuses. In the organisation there are a number of mutual dependencies, which requires that we work interdisciplinarily in order to provide the right solutions for our customers.


We are the government's property enterprise for universities and office workplaces, and we therefore must deliver more efficiently and professionally, than if the customers themselves were responsible.

Vision - strategic benchmarks

We provide attractive and well-run government workplaces

We reduce costs in relation to government workplaces

We reduce climate impact relate to government workplaces

We maintain the value of government building assets

We provide flexible standard solutions, but take into account the specific functional needs of the users

We quickly and efficiently adapt the government workplaces to new requirements

We comply with the current rules and regulations for government activities

We manage the Danish Property and Building Agency's finances responsibly, efficiently and transparently

Core business areas

A strong construction function

Integrated facility management

An optimized property portfolio