Renewed lock complex Eefde is opened
Sluis Eefde has been expanded with a second chamber. This allows more ships to pass through the lock, the waiting times are reduced and the lock is no longer vulnerable due to obstructions. Because the lock with the two characteristic lifting towers from 1933 has national monument status, the new chamber had to be carefully fitted in.
Start final design of the sustainable residential tower Laarstede Tilburg
BiermanHenket designs the new Laarstede building for residential care organisation Het Laar. This new building will be added to the existing ensemble of three residential care buildings. In Laarstede, 68 apartments, 1 grand café and 7 meeting spaces are being realised. The preliminary design phase has been completed. The final design phase will start in April.
Accessible new entrance for WTC Rotterdam
The spacious monumental entrance has been made more accessible and hospitable with the integration of the escalators. The main level of the building, more than five and a half metres above ground level, is thus pleasantly linked to the street. The natural stone stairs align nicely with the full width of the facade again.
Art window unveiled as scaffolding is removed!
The renovation work on the monumental post office for Museum van Bommel van Dam is progressing steadily. The art window, one of the eye-catchers of the new museum in Venlo, is now visible from the street. This window is cladded with aluminium envelopes.
Striking weir ensemble Nederrijn and Lek ready for the future again
The work on the Nederrijn and Lek weir ensemble has been formally completed by Rijkswaterstaat. After this renovation and restoration, in which BiermanHenket was involved, the sturdy concrete structures with large steel 'visor' slides can be seen in their full glory again.
Re-purposing of the Kruithuis one step closer
With the selection of Binx-Smartility / Koninklijke Woudenberg, the construction team for the Kruithuis is now complete. The city council of 's Hertogenbosch previously approved the planned redevelopment and restoration of the Kruithuis. This brings the future for the striking national monument as a fortress and water museum one step closer.
Finesse Office ready
The new office and workshop of Finesse are already in use, and now the interior of the showroom has also been completed. The sustainable and demountable building features a transparent showroom at the corner, where the diversity of uses of wood is presented in an almost museum-like atmosphere.