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Newsletter construction team | Who's building the Energy Academy Europe?

14 January 2016

The new Energy Academy Europe building is going up at a phenomenal rate. Almost at full height.

But who’s building it?

This newsletter about the construction of Energy Academy Europe, the University’s new teaching and research building, introduces the Friso-Koopmans consortium and Cofely GDF Suez. They are carrying out the construction work and are therefore responsible for the great pace at which the building at the Zernike Campus Groningen is going up.

Gert Kramer (l) and Gerard Elzinga (r)
Gert Kramer (l) and Gerard Elzinga (r)
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Last modified:15 January 2016 2.17 p.m.

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