Development

Growth ambitions

To achieve Dutch Tech Campus’s growth ambitions, investment will focus on the buildings, the redesign of the inner courtyard and the development of new, high-quality commercial space. These structural development plans will take place in several phases:

Phases of the development process

Phase A: Sustainable future for existing buildings and grounds

  1. For Siemens Mobility and Yunex Traffic, approx. 6,000 m² of office space has been renovated and sustainability improvements made to achieve energy label A+. The systems technology has been almost entirely renewed with Siemens components and the building has been equipped with heat pumps and solar panels. Completed in September 2021.
  2. Redesign of the inner courtyard to create a connecting green courtyard garden.
  3. Further renovation of the existing buildings to follow.

 

Phase B: New development for Topcon

A bespoke and exceptionally sustainable, gas-free building of approx. 4,900 m² has been developed for Topcon Europe Positioning. Completed in November 2021. This development has enabled Topcon to bring its business operations to a higher level and to run its business processes much more efficiently. In addition, the new development takes account of Topcon’s growth and makes space available for the future.

 

Phase C: New development for Lamboo Medical & Siemens

A new development of approx. 21,000 m² will be added to Dutch Tech Campus for Lamboo Medical (approx. 15,500 m²) and Siemens (approx. 5,500 m²). This new commercial space is expected to be completed in the fourth quarter of 2022.

 

Dutch Tech Campus is undergoing exponential growth with this development process, from 42,412 m² to approx. 70,000 m² of commercial space across 11 buildings.

From Siemens site to Dutch Tech Campus

In 2015 PingProperties began the process of repositioning the former Siemens site as a lively campus. The name, brand and signing of Dutch Tech Campus were launched, the facilities at the site were expanded with a central reception facility, meeting rooms, a brasserie with bar, improved green areas, extra parking facilities etc. Tenants that suit the DTC concept have moved into the campus, joined by more than 800 ICT students.

 

Dutch Tech Campus has now developed into a high-quality, sustainable and mature campus. By creating an inspiring work environment with shared facilities and mutual synergy effects, the campus has become an attractive community for national and international IT enterprises in e-health & care, ICT and mobility. It is the home base for renowned technology companies such as Siemens, Yunex Traffic, Topcon Europe Positioning, Reconext, Lamboo Medical, Atos Medical, CAE and WS Audiology.

Latest news

PingProperties redeveloping courtyard garden at Dutch Tech Campus as a climate-adaptive meeting place

PingProperties has embarked on phase D of the development plans at Dutch Tech Campus in Zoetermeer. In this phase, the plan is being implemented to fully redevelop the courtyard garden as a natural, sustainable and safe garden in which a balanced symbiosis exists between people and nature. It will be a place where people can wind down and get together. At the same time the garden will support the biodiversity of the wider environment.

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