The mine company planned much of the construction work that was carried out in the claim area. In addition the company contracted outside architects, such as Nissen, Biong, Erling Nielsen, Finne and Advoccat, Esben Poulsson and others.

The officer's residence was strategically located on a ridge north of the other buildings with a view overlooking the entire area. It has a compact form which is emphasised by a half-hipped steep pitched roof and lath panelling. It has symmetrically composed façades and small-paned windows, distinctive features inspired by the Neo-Baroque style of the 1920s.