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BREEAM certificate for Radboudumc building S

Building S, located on the campus of the Radboudumc, has achieved the BREEAM-NL Design Certificate Excellent.

Building S will be the new main building of the Radboudumc in Nijmegen. The building will be realized at the location of existing buildings which no longer meet the current wishes and standards of the Radboudumc. The new building includes various outpatient clinics, general hospital functions, bedrooms and staff rooms.

Aronsohn provides complete structural design, specifications and detail drawings, as well as the structural calculations, specifications and cost estimates.

Click here to view the certificate.

For more information about Building S and Radboudumc, click here.



Circle Economy publishes the first Circularity Gap Report

Our world economy is only 9.1% circular, leaving a massive ‘Circularity Gap’. This alarming statistic is the main output of this first Circularity Gap Report, in which Circle Economy launches a metric for the circular state of the planet. The Circularity Gap Report provides a framework and fact-base to measure and monitor progress in bridging the gap, year on year.

The report can be downloaded here:

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Aronsohn member of Circle Economy

Circularity plays a key role for the future of our planet. The point is that – inspired by the biological processes in nature – we create as much sustainable value as possible in everything we design and produce, from renewable energy and recycling of used components to the possibility of total re-use.

Although there is increasing interest in the circular economy at the political, social and commercial level, it remains a challenge to achieve it. Worldwide Circle Economy develops tools and programs with members to make this practical and scalable. Scalable means that it can also be applied in other social circumstances in other countries. It is not just about the built environment, but also about the textile industry. Successes in one program are stimulating for the other.

Aronsohn has joined to be able to continue to operate as a leader in the field of sustainability and to contribute to the practical tools to bring the circular economy to reality.

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Excavation Oosterdokseiland Lot 5b / 6 started

The construction activities of the last lots 5b / 6 on the Oosterdokseiland have started, the digging is currently in full swing.

The project includes a total of 72.500m2 public facilities, apartments and office space for for future growth. Below is the basement in two layers of 27.500m2.

Aronsohn provides the complete structural design. The area is expected to be operational at the end of 2020.

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Aronsohn celebrates 90 years of existence!

This year Aronsohn Consulting engineers exists for 90 years.

Last weekend (7 and 8 October) we celebrated this with all employees and their partners at Landgoed Duin en Kruidberg in Santpoort with nice trips to Haarlem, after which the party ended Sunday in the cozy Bloemendaal aan Zee.




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Newly built bunker in Maastricht

The construction of the new bunker for ZON-PTC in Maastricht is in full swing.

Click on one of the links below to see the progress so far in a timelapse video.


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A look at the Naturalis building site

In early February 2017 a webcam was posted to visualize the construction of Naturalis.

Click here to see the live images (source:

Aronsohn provides the complete structural design, as well as the specifications and detail drawings and calculations.

Click here for more information about the project.





Opening Westerdijk Institute

On 31 August 2017, the new laboratory of the KNAW Westerdijk Institute, formerly the Centraalbureau voor Schimmelcultures (CBS) in Utrecht, was officially opened. On this occasion, a statue was also revealed by the founder and denominator of the Johanna Westerdijk Institute. Johanna Westerdijk was the first female professor in The Netherlands.

The Westerdijk Institute is a research institute of the KNAW. It manages a world-renowned collection of living fungi, yeasts and bacteria. Researchers perform taxonomic and evolutionary biological research into fungi.

Click here for more information about this project.

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Foto: Aaarchitecten