Last week, the final design for the new NHTV Campus was approved by the Executive Board. In the run-up to the Road Shows, in which we will present the design to students and employees, here is a first reaction by Nico van Os, vice-president of the EB and also chairman of the NHTV Campus project steering group.
We are very pleased to announce that the final design of the new campus has been approved by NHTV’s Executive Board. The NHTV Campus project team is very glad with the commitment shown by the management, students, employees and the InboCuld design team.
On the Open Day of 12 March, prospective students were offered a sneak peek of the future NHTV Campus. Due for completion by the end of March, the final design of the new campus could not be shown just yet. However, the scale model of the preliminary design gives a good idea and the students-to-be were very enthusiastic about it.
In October last year, the sisters of the Congregation Everything for Everyone visited NHTV. Last week the convent’s employees came over, because they are also curious about what we are going to do with the monumental building, which will be exactly 65 years old next year.
The campus, we all agree, has to be a green campus. But what kind of green? Natural and robust, park-like, or more like a real garden? During the Education Day, you had the opportunity to make your preference known to us. Thanks for your stickering!
During lunch time on the Education Day the NHTV Campus project team will be present to show you some visuals of the future campus grounds. Please join us for a while and let us know what you think about our ideas.
The first three months of the new year are dominated by the completion of the final design of the NHTV Campus. In April, tenders will be invited for the renovations of the convent. Keep yourself updated in 2016.
The year 2014 was mainly taken up by making plans for the new NHTV Campus. In 2015 we set to work on the design. What will be situated where and what will the new campus look like? Are you curious about everything that we have done so far? Our campus website features ten highlights which are definitely worthwhile watching!
In the context of the campus development, students from the comprehensive NHTV minor in Change Management have developed plans for making these changes successful.
The development of the new campus is captured on screen from beginning to end in a series of short videos. On 24 November the first shots were made by IMEM graduate Willem Bartelings during the working group session on the interior of the NHTV Library.