Royal HaskoningDHV and Strukton Worksphere are going to renovate the building and make it more sustainable with respect for its monumental character. A smart combination of techniques (heat pump, geothermal heat and solar panels) will soon make it the first Paris Proof Dutch national monument; gas-free and with substantially reduced energy consumption.

The appearance of the building and its structure will largely be preserved: ceilings and walls remain intact. New additions are in principle circular executed. By covering the atria, a modern working environment is created; focused on collaboration. This is a sustainable, future proof and respectful renovation united.

Royal HaskoningDHV supported by Strukton realises sustainable office on TU Delft Campus | Royal HaskoningDHV

“In this smart, healthy and inspiring work environment our employees, clients and students can meet and work together,” explains Royal HaskoningDHV CEO Erik Oostwegel. “We want our employees to enjoy the new office and be proud of the design created by their colleagues.”

The experts from Royal HaskoningDHV, supported by the architects from Braaksma & Roos, created the design. Royal HaskoningDHV selected Strukton Worksphere for their relevant past expertise and experience. The start of the execution is planned for spring 2022. Strukton Worksphere and Royal HaskoningDHV will work closely together throughout the entire process, making it possible to realise potential optimisations from the design to the implementation phase.

In 2024, 800 employees will relocate to the renovated building on the TU Delft Campus. The Campus is one of the leading locations for R&D in Europe, making it an inspiring environment for collaboration and innovations. This will further boost Royal HaskoningDHV's partnership with the TU Delft. As well as support Royal HaskoningDHV’s ambitions to enhance society together.