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Pond around Aletta Jacobshal is being excavated again

28 May 2020

The temporary construction site around the Aletta Jacobshal on the Zernike Campus Groningen will be excavated again in the coming period. The pond is expected to be repaired at the beginning of July 2020.

The Aletta Jacobshal was completed by BAM Bouw en Techniek at the beginning of May 2020. In the coming months, the building will be equipped and made suitable for education and examination starting in the coming academic year.

The soil along the facade will be excavated, so that the pond returns
The soil along the facade will be excavated, so that the pond returns
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