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Update Da Vinci College

The new Da Vinci College in Roosendaal, a school for 750 VMBO and 250 VTC students, will be build at the site of the former Jan Tinbergen College. Due to the excellent supporting structure of the building we could chose for the option of reuse. A large part will be renewed and topped up. Currently, the ground floor of the new building is poured, while the contractor is busy with adjustments to the existing school. This building is stripped where required and structural modifications are made for the benefit of an extra floor and connection to the new building. When finished the existing building will be fully integrated with the new part so you experience no difference, an explicit desire of the school.
Construction, carried out by contractor BVR, is on schedule and can be followed through the website www.nieuwedavinci.nl. Before the summer the highest point will be reached.

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