Ballast Nedam Wins Contract Amsterdam City Centre

Ballast Nedam Wins Contract

Ballast Nedam has been commissioned by the municipality of Amsterdam to build a bicycle parking under the Kleine-Gartmanplantsoen in Amsterdam. After realization, over 2000 visitors can store their bicycle here.

Jeroen van Straten (municipality of Amsterdam) and Thom Hienekamp (Director Ballast Nedam Parking) signed the contract on November 9th, which also includes the design. The work on and under the Kleine-Gartmanplantsoen is part of the renewal of the nearby Leidseplein which will be made car-free. Due to the relocation of the taxi stand to the Leidsebrug and the construction of the large bicycle parking, pedestrians will soon get more space. To reduce the inconvenience to all parties during the realization (for example residents, entrepeneurs and the public transport) the work is carried out in different phases.

Ballast Nedam Parking 

Ballast Nedam Parking is a fully owned operating company of the Dutch Civil Engineering and General Building Contractor Ballast Nedam N.V., a renowned Dutch listed company, offering an extensive package of construction-related products and services. The company, established in 1877, ranks among the top-five Dutch construction groups. Ballast Nedam aims to set itself apart by undertaking high-profile construction projects, based on a high degree of knowledge and expertise. At all levels in the organisation, commitment, quality, expertise, reliability and flexibility vis-a-vis the client are the key.

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