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Heijmans acquires two new contracts valued at over € 34 million

Heijmans' subsidiary Burgers Ergon was contracted by BAM Non-residential Building to install the electrical engineering, mechanical engineering and sprinkler systems in support of the redevelopment of the Roeterseiland educational complex in Buildings A and B/C of the University of Amsterdam. The total contract is valued at over € 21 million. Burgers Ergon will assume responsibility for the supply and assembly of the systems, as well as their delivery in an operational state. The project is divided into phases. The first phase is scheduled for completion in November 2013, the second in 2015.

 

In addition, Heijmans will undertake the modernization of the Village of Bilthoven's railway station area under contract to ProRail. The contract for this project is valued at € 13 million. Construction will start in mid-2012, and comprises a railway underpass for vehicular traffic, and an underpass for cyclists and pedestrians. This brings the removal of the railway crossing on the Soestdijkseweg and a new look for Bilthoven's railway station and its surroundings a step closer. Inconvenience during construction will be curtailed to the maximum possible extent: Bilthoven's station and its centre will remain accessible during construction.


About Heijmans
Heijmans is a listed company combining activities related to property development, residential building, non-residential building, technical services, road building and civil engineering. Heijmans operates in the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany. We create added value for our customers by focusing on quality improvement, integrated projects, sustainability and profitability. Heijmans realizes projects for home buyers and tenants, companies and government entities. With approximately 8,100 employees and € 2.7 billion in revenues in 2010, we are building the spatial skylines of tomorrow. For more information, visit www.heijmans.nl.

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