PingProperties and BAM Bouw en Techniek conclude management and maintenance agreement for Dutch Tech Campus in Zoetermeer
PingProperties has contracted BAM Bouw en Techniek for the integrated management and maintenance of Dutch Tech Campus in Zoetermeer. The Dutch Tech Campus brings together a wide range of national and international businesses in the field of mobility, ICT and e-health & care at a single, central site. The businesses are all directly or indirectly connected with technology. The Dutch Tech Campus has almost 42,000 m² of office space together with high-quality business and production space on a 13-hectare site and has many business-critical systems that need to be operational around the clock.
The intention of both parties is for the management of the campus to continue in this manner until 2025 and be evaluated each year.
BAM Bouw en Techniek – Southwest Region will not only maintain and manage the buildings, systems and the Dutch Tech Campus site, but will also work closely with PingProperties to improve the quality of the service for the campus. Through their collaboration they also aim to share their knowledge and experience of the benefits to the buildings (more comfort, greater ease of use, a more pleasant environment, fewer breakdowns, less nuisance, faster adjustments) as well as developments and sustainability improvements, and by doing so to increase efficiency and reduce costs.
Hans van Hoven, Management and Maintenance Manager:
‘BAM is honoured to be awarded this contract for the integrated management of the Dutch Tech Campus. It will enable us to build further on our many years of cooperation with PingProperties, but also to deliver our added value in the operational phase.’
About Dutch Tech Campus
The Dutch Tech Campus is a campus in Zoetermeer that brings together a wide range of national and international businesses at a single, central site. The businesses are all directly or indirectly connected with technology. The campus facilitates the sharing of knowledge and amenities, stimulates interaction and forges links between the businesses and the neighbouring educational institutions of The Hague University of Applied Sciences and MBO Rijnland (with more than 800 IT students). These connections, synergetic effects and like-mindedness generate innovations and new collaborative ventures.
About BAM Bouw en Techniek
BAM Bouw en Techniek is thoroughly familiar with the world of its clients and the wishes of its users. Integrated thinking and doing is fundamental to the way we work. Professional, and with maximum focus on the world of the users of our buildings. We develop accommodation solutions that are flexible in function, space and use, so that the building and its systems are ready for the changing function and technology of the future. Clients ask us not only to deliver a building or system, but also to take care of the entire process. As part of the Royal BAM Group, we offer a total package, from planning and construction to long-term operation and maintenance: we are a partner for the entire life cycle of a building. www.bambouwentechniek.nlGo back
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