Coudenbergh - Brussels

Description 

Renovation of the existing office complexe, restoration of the classified zones. Extension of the underground musea and newly-built offices, following the existing offices.
The functions of the building are quite extended:
The underground basements, vaults and ancient foundations of the Palace of Brussels are being used as musea.
The aboveground levels are being transformed into ultramodern offices with cabinet for the ministers included.
Some annexes are publically accessible . A restaurant and a parish hall were accommodated in these annexes.

An important part of the confirmation was the restoration and renovation of the façades and roofs, which had to be rebuilt following the old (12th century) construction methods.
 

 

Willemen Construct came into being on 1 July 2018 as a result of the merger between Willemen General Contractor and the construction department of Kumpen.

 
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Project Details

Contractor
Koningsplein 10, Brussel, Brussels, Belgium
Client 
Ministerie van het Brussels Hoofdstedelijk Gewest - Grondregie-Directie Gebouwen
Price 
€21.900.000
Architects 
AAA
Bontinck Architecture and Engineering
Baworowski
Temporary partnership 
Willemen General Contractor, Verstraete Vanhecke
Construction period
2 years 10 months
Start work
06-2005
End of work
04-2008