Immeuble administratif Arendt 9 à Hamm. Le bâtiment en question comprend +- 7.700 m2 hors sol, et 540 m2 entre-sol et 1.600 m2 d’archives, 38 parkings intérieurs, 6 parkings extérieurs et des locaux techniques. La mission de LUXCONSULT couvre également la mission de space planning.See the project
Cleansing, demolition, foundation and construction works for an administrative building for the Compensation Fund located at the crossroads of the Rue de Hollerich and the Rue du Fort Wedell.
This first phase forms part of the rehabilitation of the Station District and responds to the desire to bring together the various institutions and administrations of the Social Security onto one site.
INTERNATIONAL TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
The project – advisory services – involves the detailed conception of a corridor destined for rapid transit by bus (STRB) to Nairobi (indicative length: between 5 and 15 km). The specific objectives of the project are to evaluate the economic, technical, environmental, legal, institutional and operational feasibility of the rapid transport system via bus corridors for the main lines (+/- 45 km).
Partner : Ingérop as lead - LUXCONSULT Maurice sub-contractor
Construction of a third office tower for the European Court of Justice as prolongation of the two existing towers on the site of the current Rue Hammes and the extension of the existing car parks (210 spaces). These works form part of the new layout of the Kirchberg district and respond to the desire of the European Court of Justice to bring all of its personnel together on one site. The tower will comprise 30 floors plus two basement levels.
Transformation works on the existing building of the European Court of Justice are also scheduled at different stages of the programme.
The Royal-Hamilius is located in Luxembourg City centre. It brings together, into an urban complex retail areas, services, offices and residential units, along with 650 parking spaces. The space in front of the ‘Hôtel des Postes’, the creation of green areas at the level of the future pedestrian zone and on the roofing, combined with the future arrival of the tramway, are all contributing to re-stimulating this part of the heart of Luxembourg.
An administrative building for the Arendt grouping of lawyers of Kirchberg in Luxembourg City, of around 18 000 m² of office space, 3 300 m² of rental space and an underground car park. The building comprises 4 basement levels and 6 upper floors. The building also includes the fit-out of the prestige zones: client rooms, kitchen/ company restaurant, library, auditorium, lounge, art gallery and several rental zones.