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Information meeting on expansion of Aletta Jacobshal on 3 October

10 September 2018
Invitation information meeting on expansion of Aletta Jacobshal

The Aletta Jacobshal will be substantially expanded to include more digital exam spaces and larger lecture halls. We will present the final result and the planning of the construction phase at a meeting for lecturers, invigilators and administrators on Wednesday 3 October 2018 (from 1.30 to 2.30 p.m.). Students, staff and other interested parties are also most welcome.

Wouter Stoer of Groningen-based architectural firm Onix NL will present the design in the Aletta Jacobshal, and Bart Perton of contractor BAM Bouw en Techniek will elaborate on the construction work. The UG has chosen this contractor, among other reasons, due to their smart solutions for limiting construction-related nuisance. Project leader Ben Molema of the UG will introduce the entire project.

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