WelcomeHere, you can find everything you need to know about developments in the Zuidas area and the construction of Zuidasdok. The Municipality of Amsterdam is doing everything it can to create a beautiful city district and Zuidasdok is working towards optimal accessibility of Zuidas and the northern section of the Randstad. Together we are Amsterdam Zuidas. Read more
It was an exciting weekend. Thousands of people were watching in person or on the webcams, at times teetering between hope and trepidation. But the operation was a success. The first roof section for the extra passenger tunnel is now in place.
As you are probably already aware, you should avoid the Zuidas area on Friday 1 November 2019 and on 2 and 3 November as well. That’s when we will be doing work for the Zuidasdok project. How come? I thought work on Zuidasdok had stopped? No, actually, it hasn’t and we explain why below.
A building that combines living and working with public facilities such as a cinema, bowling alley and cafés and restaurants. That is the concept of VORM Ontwikkeling for a new building on the site between the A10 and the sports fields of SC Buitenveldert.
“It’s an extremely complicated puzzle. We’ve been working on it for the past twenty years.” Designer Joost de Wit and urban planner Martijn de Wit are talking about the refurbishment of the ‘Goed Genoeg’ sports complex which is the home of AFC.
Do not travel to, or through Zuidas by train or car on Friday 1 November. The same applies on 2 and 3 November as well. On those days Zuidasdok will be moving the first roof section of the new passenger tunnel from Amsterdam Zuid station across the A10 South and the railway. The activities can be followed via the webcam from 1 November onwards. Please click here.
The ‘Goed Genoeg’ sports park, the home of AFC, is to get new pitches and a new clubhouse. AFC chairman, Ad Westerhof, is happy that work has started because the preparation process was long and caused much debate.
Until 1 November 2019, the EMA Construction Consortium will be working 24 hours a day on the new European Medical Agency offices. The contractor already had permission to work outside regular working hours, but will now also be allowed to work at night.
Urban ecologist Bas Reussien aims to increase the biodiversity of Zuidas by means of varied and native plants. ‘When the entire food chain is in balance, you can prevent infestations of mosquitoes or oak processionary moths.’