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Case Study l PPP and sustainable accommodation for the Ghent VAC

The Ghent VAC came into being via a Public Private Partnership according to the DBFM formula, with Eurostation, Kairos and the Flemish Agency for Facilities Management, (from the Flemish authorities) as partners. Thanks to an architectural concept emphasising a hermetic construction and maximum insulation, the Ghent VAC is not only the largest – with a surface area of 40,000 m² – but also the least energy consuming of the five VAC, with an effective score of E50. Since June, the building has been home to some 1,300 civil servants. But that is not the end of the matter, because the capacity of the building is 1,548 work stations. It is therefore scheduled that in 2015 the East Flanders fiscal public service will move in to this Ghent site.



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 | 21/11/2014


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