Construction of new and sustainable ING head office reaches its highest point

Construction of new and sustainable ING head office reaches its highest point

This week the highest point of the new ING head office at the Frankemaheerd in Amsterdam Zuidoost was reached. This project is a joint project of OVG Real Estate and G&S Vastgoed. The construction of the office is carried out by G&S Bouw.

To celebrate reaching the highest point, a flag was symbolically lifted by Richard Lokhorst, Program Manager ING, Jaap Messemaker, Director G&S Bouw and Mark Blommesteijn, Development Manager OVG Real Estate. The building is expected to be completed by mid-2019, after which ING will move into the building.

The new ING head office, which offers approximately 36,000 m2 of office space, is an energy-efficient, future-proof office building. The roof of the office building is completely covered with solar panels and circular concrete is used for the construction of the new office. The circulate concrete originates from the demolition of the old Frankemaheerd complex and has been partly reused, without loss of quality and used for the new built. The technology in the building ensures smart and sustainable (energy) use and contributes to the creation of healthy workplaces. The project received the highest feasible design certificate for sustainability at the beginning of this year: BREEAM-NL New construction 'Outstanding'.

Involved parties

The design of the new ING head office is from Benthem & Crouwel Architects. Commissioned by the OVG Real Estate and G&S Vastgoed, the construction is carried out by construction company G&S Bouw. LCN Capital Partners owns the building.