RDB – Haren Prison Complex Development – Bruxelles-Capitale - Project Profile
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Regie des Batiments (RDB) is undertaking the development of a prison complex in Haren, Belgium.
The project involves the construction of a new prison complex on a 15ha site area. It will include the construction of three prisons for men with a capacity of 530 persons, two prisons for women with a capacity of 160 persons, one prison for juvenile with a capacity of 30 persons, a forensic medical center with a capacity of 144 places, administrative buildings, new access roads, parking spaces, sports facilities and the installation of security systems and other related infrastructure facilities.
The project will be developed in PPP model. In 2012 four DBFM consortiums were shortlisted for the project: Cafasso Consortium, SPC Brussels Prison, Spv Libra and Strabag Real Estate Gmbh-Sodexo Belgium.
On May 28, 2013, Cafasso Consortium led by Denys NV selected as a preferred bidder for the project.
In September 2013, Cafasso Consortium Denys NV was awarded design build finance and maintenance (DBFM) contract for the project for 25 years.
In June 2014, Consortium submitted required documents for construction approvals.
In December 2015, Le Collège de l’environnement de la Région de Bruxelles-Capitale rejected the environmental approvals.
In April 2016, ten local organizations were opposed the project due to environmental issues.
In March 2017, The Brussels government granted the necessary environmental permit for the mega-prison project.
Planning activities are underway.
The project involves the construction of a new prison complex on a 15ha site area in Haren, Belgium.
The US$436 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of three prisons for men with a capacity of 530 places
2. Construction of two prisons for women with a capacity of 160 places
3. Construction of one prison for juvenile with a capacity of 30 places
4. Construction of a forensic medical center with a capacity of 160 places