On Friday, 20 January, the integral management contract Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam was awarded the public and jury prize for the best national partnership project. The Central Government Real Estate Agency, Van Gogh Museum and Strukton Worksphere are proud of this recognition. The presentation took place in the Verbindingstheater during InfraTech 2017 in Ahoy Rotterdam.

The award is an initiative of the Opdrachtgeversforum in de Bouw and resulted from the Leading Principles signed in 2016 by clients and contractors in the construction industry. This initiative, embraced among others by Bouwend Nederland, is aimed at improving cooperation between clients and contractors.

Original pitch and innovative project
Prior to the definitive announcement, the eight nominated parties were each given four minutes to convince the audience and professional jury consisting of Eva Klein Schiphorst (Central Government Real Estate Agency), Henri van der Kamp (KWS Infra), Daan Sperling (TBI), Marc Unger (Schiphol Group) and Floris van Proosdij (Jonge Honden) that their project was a good example of cooperation in construction. Not only the audience but also the professional jury eventually chose the Van Gogh Museum as the winner. ‘A very original pitch and an innovative project due to elements like risk management, contract changes and dedication,’ according to the jury report.

Satisfies extremely high condition demands
Since 1 January 2016, as the proud manager of the Van Gogh Museum, Strukton Worksphere ensures that nearly 5,500 visitors can enjoy the amazing Van Gogh collection every day. This means that we are not only responsible for a comfortable climate for the visitor, but also for a collection that must be in top condition 24/7. Using our latest technology, Strukton PULSE, and risk-driven maintenance, we can satisfy the extremely high condition demands involved.

Management with pleasure and dedication

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