Construction work starts on WTC Amsterdam TOWER TEN

Construction work starts on WTC Amsterdam TOWER TEN

Project will add 32,000 m2 to WTC Amsterdam and revitalises a further 17,000 m2

Amsterdam, November 19, 2018 –  Work has now officially started on building TOWER TEN and on a major revitalisation project at WTC Amsterdam. The launch ceremony was carried out by Sandra Thesing, deputy director of the Zuidas Development Ofice and Ronald van der Waals, manager of the CBRE Dutch Office Fund.
TOWER TEN is part of the WTC Amsterdam complex in Amsterdam’s Zuidas business district, one of the most successful office locations in the Netherlands. When completed, the development will have added 32,000 m2  to the WTC, spread over 22 storeys.  The project also includes the complete renovation of the 17,000 m2  tower on the corner of Strawinskylaan and Beethovenlaan. The overhaul  will ensure all offices and facilities are fully in line with the current high-value WTC concept. Both fixed and flexible office spaces will be on offer.
TOWER TEN is scheduled for completion mid 2021 and will have a *BREAAM-NL Excellent  new construction certificate.

Ballast Nedam is responsible for realising TOWER TEN and is working with technical services company Unica on the technical installations. ABC Nova Real Estate Project Managers is in charge of project management. TOWER TEN was designed by PLP Architecture and OZ Architects. The letting agents are CBRE and Van Gool Elburg.

*BREEAM is a certification system used to assess how sustainable a building is and to measure how it performs. The method was developed by the Centre for Sustainable Construction, which is part of Britain’s Building Research Establishment (BRE).