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19 March 2008

Construction of the Erick van Egeraat Architects (EEA) designed extension of inholland University Rotterdam, the Netherlands, has reached its highest point. After three weeks of non-stop, 24-hour work, the structural core has reached its final height of just over 62 m.

The extension consists of three rectangular 'volumes' around the concrete core, which are stacked on top of each other. The highest of the three will be raised above the existing building to offer panoramic views of both the harbour and city centre. The 15000 m2 extension is expected be completed in the summer of 2008

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