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From today, 19 May 2020, the eighth Zuidas Sustainability Report is available online. In it, Green Business Club Zuidas, Hello Zuidas and Amsterdam Zuidas publish details of the most important sustainability initiatives and campaigns in 2019.
Although it’s likely to stay quiet for a while, the refurbishment of Amsterdam RAI station is now finally fully visible for travellers and the general public. The new bicycle storage facility was already opened in March 2020 and the transformation is now complete.
Over the long Whitsun holiday weekend at the end of May, we will be continuing work at Amsterdam Zuid station, as part of the Zuidasdok redevelopment project. Between the evening of Thursday 28 May and the morning of Tuesday 2 June 2020, we will be working on the foundations for two roof sections for the extra pedestrian passageway for the station.
The builders working on the Valley project are currently working on both the shell of the building and on the interior. ‘Under the current circumstances, it’s pretty remarkable that our team of 150 is still working as normal’, says site manager Ruud van der Thiel.
After almost two months, we’re starting to get used to the 1.5-metre society, including in Zuidas. Photographers Jan Vonk and Marcel Steinbach have caught it on camera.
In early April, work on the construction of Hotel Van der Valk reached a new milestone: the contractor Pleijsier Bouw handed over the baton to the Van der Valk family. Adriaan van der Valk: ‘A wonderful moment, although we would have liked to have made more of a celebration of it.’
On Woningsdag 2020 (a play on words that turns King’s Day into Home Day), three violinists will treat Zuidas to mini concerts at 13.00, 14.00 and 15.00h. They will be drawing their bows across the strings on the roofs of Intermezzo and the Gershwin Brothers, and in the courtyard garden of Xavier.
‘Where it’s possible, we’re continuing to work on public spaces.’ And the work that’s still in progress is not confined to any single place. Construction consultant Peter van Oerle takes us on a virtual working tour around the public spaces in Zuidas.