Students of the Avans minor CO2-negative design have designed a biobased / circular porter’s lodge for the Delfland Water Board. This assignment was distributed nationwide with the aim that students from different universities of applied sciences would give shape to this.

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September 2019 to March 2020

The Delfland water board had commissioned the design of a biobased / circular porter’s lodge for the wastewater treatment plant “De Groote Lucht” in Vlaardingen. This assignment was distributed nationwide with the aim that students from various universities of applied sciences would give shape to this. Students of the Avans minor CO2 negative design have made a design for this. Collaboration between the students and the BioBased Building research group has resulted in a further sustainability effort in the design. In addition, together with students from the HZ, a floor has been developed in the application of ecological building materials in contemporary construction. To make the design ready for construction, the research group called in the knowledge of DW-Prefab. DW-Prefab is specialized in building durable HSB prefab elements. This translation completed the design and ready for construction. The final presentation for the Delfland Water Board was on 11 March.

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