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Divertions Oude Boteringestraat: 21 and 22 March crane construction for renovation Faculty of Law

11 March 2022

For the renovation of Oude Boteringestraat 18, the future building of the Faculty of Law, the contractors will install a tower crane. To construct it, all traffic must be diverted for a maximum of two days, from 6 am to 6 pm. On 21 and 22 March 2022 traffic controllers will take care of the routes and traffic flow. Houses and stores remain accessible and also the Poststraat and Broerstraat remain open.

Closures 20 and 21 March for tower crane installation | Green: accessible zones
Closures 20 and 21 March for tower crane installation | Green: accessible zones

In addition to this crane installation, scaffolding of about two meters wide will be placed around the building from mid-March, for which no closures will be necessary. Demolition work inside the building will also continue: a demolition robot will soon be demolishing part of the roof floor for the new patio in the middle of the building.

For more information about the project, please check rug.nl/groundbreakingwork.

Tower crane and scaffolding:

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