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Circular contribution to new business premises in Borne

Bosch Beton contributed to a circular project at Dusseldorp Infra, Sloop en Milieutechniek in Borne. We placed retaining walls with an ‘imperfection’ for the new office and car park.

Circular construction

The new ‘de Boerderij’ business premises where TWW, Negam and the Dusseldorp Infra, Sloop en Milieutechniek residual materials centre are located, is of circular construction. 80% of the construction materials are from residual flows from their own projects. The construction of ‘de Boerderij’ comprised ‘old’ construction materials including from Rabobank in Zeist, Koopmansplein in Assen and Erasmus MC in Rotterdam. This means that each component has its own story. Bosch Beton also contributed to the circular construction with the delivery of LA300G retaining walls that have an ‘imperfection’, so that these retaining walls have also been repurposed. This is also a great match for our sustainability concept.

Storage and ramp

We created a solid partition by placing retaining walls between the raw materials storage area and the machinery storage area. A ramp was created to reach the level where the new office and car park are located. Here the retaining walls serve as an earth retention system.

Further information

If you would like to know more about this project or our customised retaining wall solutions for storage or terrain fencing, please feel free to contact our consultants.

Het verhaal van circulair bouwen in Borne (bron: ReintenInfra B.V.)