Heijmans has been awarded a contract by the Amsterdam city council for the development of a new-build project in the city's Spaarndammerbuurt. Local residents' opinions counted for one-third of the vote, while the opinions of the council's experts and the Eigen Haard housing association accounted for the remainder of the vote. Construction on the project can begin if no objections are raised. The project involves a contract sum of approximately € 32 million.
A total of 71 homes will be built on the site of the former Spaarndammerschool. Heijmans has tasked with the further development and execution of the housing programme. At least 30 percent of the homes must be social housing. In addition, as many homes as possible should be built for middle income households. Input from residents in the area has contributed to the development of a high-quality plan, which includes the retention of as many existing trees as possible and the reduction of nuisance to the area during construction to the absolute minimum.
Heijmans is a listed company that combines activities related to property development, residential building, non-residential building, roads and civil engineering in the working areas living, working and connecting. Heijmans is active in the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany and as a technology partner delivers know-how and concepts in various markets. Our constant focus on quality improvements, innovation and integrated solutions enables us to generate added value for our clients. Heijmans realises projects for private consumers, companies and public sector bodies.With almost 6,500 employees and close to € 950 million in revenues in the first half of 2016, we are building the spatial contours of tomorrow. You will find additional information on www.heijmans.nl.
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Source: Heijmans NV via Globenewswire