Deutersestraat Transferium

This is an important traffic artery on which congestion is not an option

The municipality of ’s-Hertogenbosch would like to reduce the number of a cars in the town centre

To achieve this, several 'transferia' are being built around the historic city center. One of them is the Deutersestraat transferium, which is intended for visitors to the town center and the nearby Jeroen Bosch Hospital. Together with the municipality we are working intensively and on this ambitious project.

“Develop the most attractive and greenest transferium in the Netherlands, causing as little disruption as possible”, is what the municipality of ’s-Hertogenbosch asked us. This includes improving and constructing the infrastructure, such as crossroads, roundabouts and extra bike tunnels to allow the many different commuters to travel through this new transferium, for example visitors to the Jeroen Bosch Hospital, shoppers, cyclists and hikers at the Gement nature reserve.

Short steps

The transferium will be located almost directly on the ring road around ‘s-Hertogenbosch. This is an important traffic artery on which congestion is not an option. Ambulances and visitors constantly come and go and the hospital will have to be able to be accessible at all times during the building activities. In order to work around this, we will be bundling several fields of expertise, such as our experience of parking solutions and chain cooperation. We work efficiently and in short steps, according to the lean principle, so as to minimise any nuisance.

Bee hotel

High requirements have also been set on sustainability, which is visually represented by the interior and exterior of the multi-storey car park. Pedestrians take a nature trail and go past wadis on their walk along the green façade which will be fully overgrown by plants, so that the building will blend in with the landscape. Solar panels create an energy-efficient building, which is combined with other ecological measures to achieve our sustainability ambitions, such as the planting of trees, the reuse of felled wood, integration into the ecological landscape, and a bee hotel.

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