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Wooden core for sustainable office Triodos Bank

When building the new office of Triodos Bank Nederland and Triodos Investment Management in Driebergen, sustainability is the key. Recently, J.P. van Eesteren started with the installation of a core made entirely out of wood. Read the full article here. (Source: J.P. van Eesteren)

Aronsohn Constructies provides the complete structural design, specifications, detailed drawings and calculations for the construction of the new office of Triodos Bank.

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Official opening new Erasmus MC

On 6 September 2018 the Erasmus Medical Centre in Rotterdam officially opened its doors and His Majesty King Willem-Alexander performed the opening ceremony.

The opening took place after twenty years of preparation and eight years of construction. The starting point of the new Erasmus MC is that the care provided, the facilities and the emotional support are tailored to the preferences and needs of the patient and the family. Read the full article here.

Aronsohn Constructies has provided the complete structural design, specifications and detail drawings for the new building of the Erasmus MC, as well as the structural calculations and the supervision of the execution of the structure.

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Festive ceremony marks the final phase of the Oosterdokseiland construction project

New Booking.com campus of 72,500m² combines public spaces, apartments and sustainable office space in the heart of Amsterdam!

On Thursday 5 July, one of the largest urban construction projects in Western Europe was officially inaugurated with a festive ceremony at the eastern edge of the Oosterdokseiland in Amsterdam. To celebrate the start of the construction for the new campus of Booking.com, Gillian Tans, CEO Booking.com, and Walter de Boer, CEO BPD, welcomed representatives from the city of Amsterdam, architectural firms UNStudio and HofmanDujardin and contractor Züblin, to announce the start of the last development phase on the last plot on the island.

In addition to a brand new office space for 4,000 Booking.com employees in Amsterdam and a training center for more than 17,000 employees worldwide, the 72,500m² project will also offer multifunctional facilities that are available to a wider audience. The ambition is to create an inclusive and hospitable work environment where sustainability plays a key role and at the same time create an architectural center that is accessible to a wider audience. The project must be completed in 2021.

To get an idea of ​​the size of the project: the 1,200 concrete piles that serve as the foundation of the building have a total length of 20 km, equal to the distance between Amsterdam and Haarlem. The amount of steel that is used for the construction of the campus is equivalent to half of the Eiffel Tower. It is expected that a total of 2.3 million man hours will be spent on the construction of the project, with an average of 200 people who will be present daily for three years and about 450 people during the peak periods.

For a teaser video about the first phase of the construction of the project, go to: http://bit.ly/ODE-NL.

Aronsohn Constructies has designed the constructions, detailing and construction calculation.

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Time lapse construction OCC Spuikwartier

The construction of the OCC Spuikwartier in The Hague is in full swing.

Click here to view the progress of January – June 2018 in a time lapse video.

 

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Musis Sacrum in Arnhem receives Golden Feniks

After first being awarded the title Building of the Year 2018 in the category Identity & Icon Value, the Musis Sacrum has now also been awarded the Golden Phoenix in the Renovation category.

Read the full article here.

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Hourglass wins de BIM Award

The Hourglass project wins the Construsoft Tekla BIM Award. In the middle of the ‘financial mile’ of Amsterdam, in the heart of Zuidas, will soon be the 80 feet high building called Hourglass. According to the name, the building is shaped as an hourglass. It has a timeless design with a marble stone elevation in a light shade/colour.
Hourglass will be a multifunctional building with 19 floors, with a total of 42.000 square metres gross floor area, including the office area of 21.000 square metres. On the ground floor 700 square metres of shopping space, catering space and bicycle parking space will be built. The entire complex is based on a 2-storey underground car park with 148 parking spaces.
The completion of the office space is planned before the end of 2019.

The hotel apartments will be completed in February 2020. At the completion Hourglass will get the BREEAM-NL Excellent certificate. Except for his prominent location, Hourglass has other special features: except for the in situ stability cores nothing is straight in the Hourglass design. From the third floor the facades are built from prefab panels, developed by Byldis Prefab and Byldis Facades. The principle of M-shaped panels is used from the bottom to the top of the building, but every prefab panel that is used, is different. For example because of embeds, thickness or plate division. Besides all this, the finishing of the panels is absolutely luxurious. The whole exterior of the building is made of Turkish limestone. Marble stone which is assembled in the prefab factory in Tilburg, just like the aluminium frames and glazing. The fact that we execute the biggest part of the marble stone elevation in prefab sandwich panels is revolutionary. The panels will be assembled on site with two tower cranes. All this is only possible because of the good cooperation between Hurks bouw, Byldis prefab and Byldis Facades.

Since the beginning of 2016, Aronsohn Management has been managing the construction of the Hourglass project at the Zuidas of Amsterdam on behalf of SAX Vastgoed V.O.F. (an initiative of Maarsen Groep and Beheer Brouwershoff).

 

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Publication ‘Licht verdicht’ wins European Design Award medal

The publication ‘Lichtverdicht – pioneering ideas for creating new floors in the city center of Rotterdam’ has won the silver medal 2018 in the Publications / Book Layout category of the European Design Award.

A nice compliment for Michel Schamp, Bobbejaan Scholten, Rob Hoogenboom and Erik Klein of Aronsohn consulting engineers and the rest of the design teams that have contributed to the publication.

The full article can be read on the BNA site.

Read more about the Design Award here

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Civil business days 2018 TU Delft

On 17 May 2018 Aronsohn consulting engineers was at the civil business days at TU Delft. Many students and almost graduates were introduced to our firm for a possible internship, graduation project or job.

The civil business days are the annual career event for civil engineering students.

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