EU – Jean-Monnet II EU New Headquarters Building – Luxembourg - Project Profile
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European Union (EU) is planning to construct Jean-Monnet II EU New Headquarters Building in Luxembourg City, in Luxembourg.
The project involves the construction of a new office building on an area of 120,000 m2 area. It includes the construction of the construction of parking facilities, construction of cafeteria and installation of fire fighting systems.
The project features construction of a 22-story office building with 3,000 workstations. It includes construction of a library, a conference center and a restaurant.
The project will be developed in two phases.
Commencement of the work being expected for 2018. The first phase of construction will be delivered by 2019 and the delivery of the second phase is planned around 2020.
The Land permit has been provided by the government.
Planning activities are underway.
Planning Authority: Government of Luxembourg
FEED Contract: JSDW & Chaix & Morel Architects
Associated Architect: Architecture + Aménagement SA
Study contract: TRIBU Développement Durable
PMC Contract: ZWP Ingenieur-AG
Structural Engineer: Professor Pfeifer und Partner
Facade Contract: Werner Sobek
Civil Contract: IDK Kleinjohann GMBH
The European Union New Headquarters Building project involves the construction of a headquarters building in Luxembourg.
The US$470 million project includes the following:
1. Demolition of existing building
2. Construction of an office building on a 290,000m2 area
3. Construction of parking facilities
4. Installation of fire fighting system
5. Construction of access routes
6. Construction of leisure facilities
7. Installation of security facilities
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