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Feringa Building

In the next few years a lot will be changing at Nijenborgh 4.
The current Nijenborgh 4 complex is no longer sufficient and will be replaced by a new building, called Feringa Building. Construction work on the long-term project at the Zernike Campus Groningen will begin at the beginning of 2017. After the Bernoulliborg and Linnaeusborg buildings, the Feringa Building will be the third new building for the Faculty of Science and Engineering.

The new building will be one of the largest construction projects in the Netherlands and will house some 1400 students and 850 staff members. Alongside offices and teaching rooms, the building will also house a wide range of specialized laboratories, including physics, chemistry and low-vibration labs.
> Take a look a the Final Design

Final Design

New name: Feringa Building
During the Faculty’s Nobel Prize reception on Friday 18 November 2016, the Faculty Board was happy to announce that the new building, so far known as Zernikeborg, will be renamed Feringa Building.

Take a look at the 3D impression below:

Final Design Feringa Building
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