Sustainable partnership with Eindhoven Airport
07 December 2020
Strukton Worksphere is proud to announce that it will start working together with Eindhoven Airport. Effective 1 February 2021, Strukton Worksphere will be maintaining the electrical and mechanical systems at the airport.
Our company will be responsible for the preventive and corrective maintenance of these systems. To achieve an effective transition, Strukton Worksphere employees will be shadowing the technical and other employees and the current suppliers to Eindhoven Airport for several months. This way they will become thoroughly familiar with the airport’s technical systems and procedures. Following the familiarisation period, Eindhoven Airport and Strukton Worksphere will work together with their regional partners to guarantee a comfortable and undisturbed experience for passengers and airport employees.
Quality and sustainabilityQuality is a key focus of Eindhoven Airport’s strategy. Sustainability is an important spearhead. The airport’s goal is to reduce the emission of CO₂, nitrogen and particulate matter to zero in the years leading up to 2050. The airport has already installed hundreds of solar panels to supply their buildings with electricity. Effective from 1 February 2021, Strukton Worksphere will assist the airport in achieving its sustainability goals, for example by submitting energy efficiency and CO₂ reduction proposals and by applying the latest smart technologies.
Contract signing, from left to right: Alex van der Veen (Strukton Worksphere), Leon van Treijen (Regional Director Strukton Worksphere) and Mirjam van den Bogaard (COO Eindhoven Airport), Ton Verblackt (Eindhoven Airport)
About Eindhoven AirportEindhoven Airport is the second largest airport in the Netherlands. With 6.7 million passengers in 2019, Eindhoven Airport is the gateway to the Brainport Eindhoven top technology region where numerous companies, organisations, governments and knowledge institutes share knowledge and work together on innovations relating to technology and design.
Eindhoven Airport forms part of the Royal Schiphol Group which is working on developing the most sustainable and high quality airports/hubs in the world. The objective: to further enhance service quality, the network and the living environment. To achieve these objectives, the airports in the Schiphol Group fully invest in innovation. To this effect, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, Eindhoven Airport, Lelystad Airport and Rotterdam The Hague Airport work together and with external partners, such as aviation companies, start-ups and universities, on innovations for the multimodal hubs of the future.
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