NEW, ROTTERDAM, HIGH-RISE, OFFICES
OVG Projectontwikkeling b.v.
The construction of the 165 m tall Maastoren in Rotterdam (highest building to date) began in 2007 in what is called "Kop van Zuid", in the Maas river. The Maastower has two underground parking layers. The main entrance, the entrances to the parking garages, the logistics, a grand cafe, meeting rooms and a restaurant are all located on the ground and first floor. A ramp, which runs through the restaurant area and the entrance hall, allows access to the 10 parking layers for public parking above ground level. From the 12th floor, the office area starts, where the 12th floor acts as an archive and fitness area.
Sinds 2004 up until 2019, Zonneveld ingenieurs has been involved as main structural engineer with the development of the Zalmhaven project. A new project with 475 residences divided over three towers to be built between Gedemte Zalmhaven and Houtlaan in what is called "Scheepvaartkwartier" (Shipping quater) in Rotterdam.
The Zalmhaven project consists of two parts: high-rise (designed by DAM & Partners Architecten in Amsterdam) and low-rise (designed by KAAN Architecten in Rotterdam).
The high-rise consists of a residential tower (approx. 220 meter tall, making it the tallest residential building in the Netherlands!) with some 260 apartments. The low-rise consists of 35 houses in front of a parking garage with 53 parking spaces and a superstructure (two residential towers) of approx. 70 meter tall each with approx 180 apartments.
During construction, Zonneveld has been commissioned by the client (AM/Amvest) to supervise. The shop drawings will be made by BAM Advies&Engineering.
The project was designed in BIM.
NEW, ROTTERDAM, HIGH-RISE, RESIDENCES, CC3