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Update photo album Feringa Building

01 July 2020

Work on the Feringa Building has been going on for about a year now. The outlines of the building are becoming increasingly visible. Do you want to know what it looks like? Take a look at the photo album.

After completion of the foundation piles in January 2020, the last few months have seen a lot of hard work on the entrance to the bicycle cellar, the large lecture hall, the floors (including the clean rooms) and the creation of various seismic poles and walls.

Photo album

Pictures of the construction site are regularly taken. These can be viewed in the photo album.


In addition, you can always follow the progress on the construction site live via this webcam.

Last modified:03 July 2020 12.01 p.m.
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