Integrated collaboration on improved sustainability and innovation

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Strukton Worksphere
Published on
30 April 2019
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news

In 2025, the High Tech Campus wants to be the most sustainable and innovative campus in Europe. As a strategic partner, Strukton Worksphere presents the roadmap to achieve this ambition.

In 2025, the High Tech Campus wants to be the most sustainable and innovative campus in Europe. As a strategic partner, Strukton Worksphere presents the roadmap to achieve this ambition.

The High Tech Campus Eindhoven is known as the smartest square kilometre in Europe. However, its ambitions go further: in 2025, the Campus wants to be the most sustainable and innovative campus in Europe. In an integrated collaboration, eight strategic partners are working with Campus Site Management to achieve the facilities component of this ambition. Strukton Worksphere is one of these partners and is responsible for the management and maintenance of the technical installations and various business cases for sustainability and smarter maintenance.

Roadmap for sustainability
Strukton Worksphere delivered a roadmap to improve sustainability over the coming 15 to 20 years. This roadmap describes the timing of sustainability actions and shows why we are doing it. For example, we now know that certain integrated sustainability solutions can achieve a 97 percent reduction in gas consumption in the multi tenant buildings within 10 years.

Read more about making the High Tech Campus more sustainable in this paper (only in Dutch).

Whitepaper & cases

This paper is the next in a series in which we provide insight into the solutions with which Strukton Worksphere shapes the sustainability ambitions of our customers. Want to know more about sustainability?

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