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Erasmus Plaza & car park II in use

Friday, 15 April 2016

Erasmus Plaza and car park have been taken into use as of Friday 15 April. Now Erasmus Plaza has reached her total length and the car park is having two entrances: at Burgemeester Oudlaan and Kralingse Zoom.

Extending the car park provides more than 1,000 parking spaces and eight charging stations for electrical cars. Sustainable materials and technologies have been used, such as LED lighting. 

Campus Woudestein less accessible

Tuesday, 12 April 2016

The municipality Rotterdam, in cooperation with RET, performed necessary maintenance work on Burgemeester Oudlaan and ‘s-Gravenweg since January 2016. As of 11 April the maintenance activities will commence on the Burgemeester Oudlaan. Campus Woudestein is less accessible during this period.

Payment terminal close to car park P5 out of order as of 13 April

Tuesday, 12 April 2016

At the northside of campus Woudestein a green area is being created as of 18 April, Park north. Therefore parking on car park P5 and Sportlaan is no longer possible as of 18 April.

Start demolition activities Library Building

Wednesday, 27 January 2016

The large-scale renovation of the Library Building commenced in November. During the first months the Library Building’s asbestos is being removed and the building is being stripped down to its bare concrete and masonry. Overall demolition will commence during the next weeks; the interior walls will be broken down and the openings for the new voids will be realised. The facade activities will commence around February. 

Realization first void

This week the overall demolition starts in the Library Building. Wednesday 27 January the ground floors at the eastside of the Library Building (side G Building) will be broken down for the realization of a first void. These activities will continue for 1,5 week, until 6 February.

Noise nuisance

Until April overall demolition activities inside the Library Building will take place. This will all be audible around the Library Building and in the lecture- and study rooms in G and Theil Building.

The communication team of Campus under Construction will continue to closely monitor noise levels throughout the construction period and keep in touch with representatives of students and employees.

Drilling piles Sanders Building

Wednesday, 27 January 2016

The drastic Sanders Building operation commenced in October last year. During the first months Sanders Building was being stripped down to the bare concrete and the masonry. Also several roof recesses and voids have been created to bring sufficient light and connection between the different floors into the building. This week the constructor starts with the expansion of the low rise. 

Expansion education services   

The low rise of Sanders Building is being modernized and expanded with ca 180 study spaces and a moot court. For this expansion piles have to be drilled into the ground. This week, Thursday 28 January, the constructor will start with drilling these piles into the ground. These activities will continue for 1,5 week, until 6 February. Drilling these piles will cause hardly any noise on campus.