9 March 2018 | News
ANWB Wegenwacht, the Dutch roadside assistance organisation, will soon begin construction of a new facility at Business Park Amsterdam Osdorp. ANWB will be starting work on its new business premises on one of the last available parcels, completion of which is projected for the third quarter of 2018. The new, sustainable building has been designed by Onno de Vries Architecten and will be built on a parcel of around 5,900 m2.
This summer, ANWB will be leaving its current premises in Badhoevedorp to make way for the new Quatrebras residential area. From its new location, ANWB’s roadside assistance teams will serve the Amsterdam region, and thanks to the excellent accessibility (near the A9, A10, A5 and S106 roads) and the urban location in Amsterdam, it will be able to quickly assist customers wherever needed.
Achmed Baâdoud, chairperson of the Amsterdam city district of Nieuw-West, is really proud that almost all the parcels have been issued in 12 years, something that is good for increasing employment in the area.
Luc van der Meulen, Team Manager for the Northwest Wegenwacht Region is also pleased: “Our new location will facilitate providing optimal support for our assistance to roadside assistance members in and around Amsterdam.
In addition to the excellent accessibility of this location on the outskirts of the city and good connections to public transport, the location is also designed to accommodate loading possibilities for visitors with electric cars and bicycles. In short, we’re ready for the future!”
Arnoud van der Wijk, Project Manager at SADC: “We are happy with the arrival of ANWB Wegenwacht at Business Park Amsterdam Osdorp. The building is a good match for our goals to design the business park in the most sustainable manner possible. It is also a clear confirmation of the business park’s good accessibility.”