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Visualisation of the new centre's proposed layout

Bezuidenhoutseweg 30, Netherlands

Mott MacDonald has been acting as lenders´ technical advisor for the Bezuidenhoutseweg 30 (B30) public-private partnership (PPP) in The Hague and will provide construction and operational monitoring services.

The B30 project involves transforming the current building – a 1900s national heritage site – into an open, inviting, modern-day facility which will serve as the government’s new knowledge centre.

The project is being undertaken by the Facilicom PPS B30 B.V. consortium consisting of Breijer Bouw en Installatie BV, Facilicom Bedrijfsdiensten BV, Facilicom Solutions BV and Kaan Architecten. Project financing is being provided by NIBC Bank N.V.

B30 involves transforming the current building – a 1900s national heritage site – into an open, inviting and modern-day facility which will serve as the Dutch government’s leading new knowledge centre. The integrated contract contains the design and construction over a two-year year period, project financing as well as maintenance and services provision.

The Ministry of Economic Affairs, Agriculture and Innovation was the former resident and has relocated to the Bezuidenhoutseweg 73. B30 will be renovated to house the following bureaus and governmental departments:

  • CPB – The Dutch Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis
  • SCP – The Dutch Institute for Social Research
  • RLI – The Council for the Environment and Infrastructure
  • CBP – The Dutch Data Protection Authority
  • PBL – The Dutch Environmental Assessment Agency

As a result of the transformation the total gross floor area of the building will be reduced from 21,000m2 to approximately 15,000m2.

Mott MacDonald received this appointment due to our worldwide knowledge and experience in advising and supporting authorities, contractors and lenders with PPP projects in many sectors (social, infrastructure, renewables and water). We have a strong presence in The Hague – we’re also providing technical advice to lenders on the new Supreme Court building.

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