Zuiderpark Sports Campus The Hague

A completely new complex focusing on sport, fitness and education

Prestigious design calls for our wide-ranging expertise

The site of the former stadium of soccer club ADO Den Haag has become a sporting venue once again – and an impressive one at that. We have been commissioned by the Municipality of The Hague, The Hague University of Applied Sciences and the ROC Mondriaan regional training centre to construct the Zuiderpark Sports Campus here. This is now a completely new complex focusing on sport, fitness and education and will cover an area of 30,000 m2.

  • 30,000 m2 floor area
  • 3,500 spectators
  • 1,000 solar panels
The Zuiderpark Sports Campus is the home base for the physical education teacher training and sports management courses of The Hague University of Applied Sciences, as well as a satellite campus of ROC Mondriaan. It has a hall for top-level sport with seats for 3,500 spectators, a beach sports hall, a gymnastics hall, a dance studio, a dojo, two halls for recreational sport, four gyms, lecture rooms and various project and research rooms.

Extreme precision required

The new building is prestigious, because the Sports Campus must be extremely functional, radiate professionalism and inspire people to get the best out of themselves. The building has a round façade with precast concrete decorative elements. Above it is a canopy of stainless steel shingles varying in height and depth. Beautiful, but very laborious. Together with the manufacturer, we accurately recorded all dimensions.

Sustainable construction

The design of the building is very 'green'. With a thermal energy storage, 1,000 solar panels and sedum roofs, we increased the insulation and reduced the CO2 footprint.

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Halbe Veenstra

Managing Director Ballast Nedam Building Projects

Since March 1, 2021, Halbe holds the position of Managing Director at Ballast Nedam Building Projects. He is responsible for the realisation of construction projects and the satisfaction of clients and stakeholders are the primary concern.

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