Ten Post temporary housing
In just four months, Jan Snel delivered 30 houses in Ten Post, Groningen, for people vacating their homes due to earthquake damage. The project consisted of 6 single-storey family residences and 24 multiple-storey roofed houses.
The houses are part of a housing programme developed by Jan Snel and commissioned by the National Coordinating Body for Groningen (Nationaal Coördinator Groningen, NCG). They are intended to provide temporary housing for residents from this earthquake-prone area whose homes are being made earthquake-proof or demolished and rebuilt. Jan Snel was able to build 30 temporary residences in only four weeks. The houses are fully furnished and delivered with floor coverings and curtains, a built-in kitchen and a bathroom.
The construction elements were produced at the nearby Jan Snel production site in Eemshaven and subsequently assembled on site. These residences are in no way inferior to permanent construction in terms of quality. Not only are these houses beautifully finished, but their façades are also highly innovative. The houses are taken for 7½ years but are constructed in accordance with the regulations that apply to permanent residences. This is unique in the Netherlands.
The houses are easy to dismantle and therefore reusable. They are equipped with modern and sustainable technology, such as infrared panels and a solar-powered boiler.
National Coordinating Body for Groningen
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568 m2 of hospitality space built at a spectacular height and specially designed for the visitors of the De Kuip football stadium’s Section KK.
There is ample space to accommodate the more than 400 primarily corporate visitors of Section KK, including sanitary facilities and a bar.
The flexible building has been leased to Feyenoord for 5 years. As the building is fully reusable, it can be deployed as a school or a hospital after this period.
568 m2 hospitality ruimte op hoogte. Speciaal aangelegd voor de bezoekers van vak KK in stadion De Kuip