Calling the new Applied Sciences Faculty building that opened last summer state of the art is no exaggeration. The laboratories there meet extremely high structural and systems-technical requirements with regard to vibration, temperature stability, ventilation and noise. But it not only meets these technical requirements. A building has also been created that invites people to socialize after a busy day and encourages ad hoc cooperation. A building that provides all the preconditions for competing with the very best and perfectly suits the Living Campus.
Senior Project Manager at FMRE, Janneke Kamstra monitors the construction and laboratory finishing at the 30,000 m2 building which 600 staff and 800 students use. She studied Architecture at TU Delft and subsequently worked as a project manager for 12 years both at consultancies and independently. She was recruited for the new construction of the Applied Sciences building some four and a half years ago. Michiel Kreutzer is the departmental director at ChemE. He studied Chemical Technology and has been working at TU Delft for 19 years, starting as a PhD and now working as a professor.