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Parking at P-Sports

Providing central located parking facilities is an essential part of the development of the campus and the makeover of various areas, including the Stevin area.
TU Delft aims to exchange parking spaces scattered throughout the campus for more large-scale, easily accessible parking facilities close to the campus ring. This will create the space needed to develop an attractive campus.

 P-Sports

A demountable car park will be constructed on the site of the present car park. This is necessary as the 400 or so parking spaces in the Stevin area will be replaced for the redevelopment of the area as a whole following the Echo education building that will be realised. The new multi-storey car park and the P-sports area will provide over 825 spaces. The total parking capacity of the area will remain the same. The site is easily accessible from the campus ring road and is within the desired walking distance from the Stevin area, X (formerly Sports & Culture) and EEMCS.

Themes

Green, sustainable and circular

The façades of the multi-storey car park will be fitted with vertical planters containing a mix of plants that will change colour with the seasons. This will give the building a green character whilst retaining the natural ventilation of the open car park. Moreover, the planting will reduce noise nuisance and absorb fine particulate. Nesting boxes for birds, bats and bees will also be incorporated in the façades.

 The car park will be built using a modular system with prefabricated concrete and steel elements. After use the car park can be completely dismantled and re-used elsewhere, making it a perfect example of circular and sustainable construction.

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Facts & figures

  • Demountable building
  • Around 825 parking spaces
  • Includes electric charging stations
  • Energy-efficient LED lighting

Scheduling

  • Ground preparation Q1 2019
  • Building work           Q2 2019
  • In use                        Q4 2019

Themes

  • Sustainable accessibility

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