Project References - Floating Islands & Villas Delft Floating Villas Fibreglass reinforced Composite Cellars. Easily relocated. Integrated under floor heating & cooling system. Based on a Bartels & Vedder BV invention (patent no. 1037887) which is a revolutionary new technique of building floating cellars on (glass fiber reinforced) composite cellars. Published in international papers. Water villa’s based on a Bartels & Vedder BV invention (patent no. 1037887) which is based on revolutionary new technique of building floating cellars on (fibreglass reinforced) composite cellars. All in development. Project is being engineered by Bartels & Vedder.

IJburg Floating Villas

 

  • Reappointment and rebalancing of several floating villas in Ijurg by Bartels & Vedder BV.

Floating Chinese Restaurant, Amsterdam

 

  • Reappointment, rebalancing and creation of additional buoyancy pockets by Bartels & Vedder BV.

Floating Greenhouse Island

 

  • Total floating body surface 2,160m2.
  • Includes Parking, Offices and a Congress Centre.
  • Client - Governmental Ministry of Economic affairs of the Netherlands.
  • Project completely engineered by Bartels & Vedder BV.
  • Designed with connectible concrete cellars developed by Bartels & Vedder BV.

Modular Building System - ‘Villa Flora’ in Venlo

 

  • Combination of a greenhouse/expocentre and office building.
  • Currently considered to be the greenest office building in the Netherlands.
  • Has an office space of 11,765m2.
  • Designed by ‘C2C’ architect Jon Kristinsson. Based on the innovative concrete skeleton system invented and patented by Chiel Bartels of Bartels & Vedder BV.

Modular Building System - Ministry of social affairs & employment in Groningen

 

  • Realised in 2013.
  • Floor space of 17,000m2.
  • Our system allows unique facades.
  • Contracted by BAM Group and engineered by Chiel Bartels of Bartels & Vedder BV.
  • Contract sum of 30,000,000 Euros.
Project References - Floating Islands & Villas Delft Floating Villas Fibreglass reinforced Composite Cellars. Easily relocated. Integrated under floor heating & cooling system. Based on a Bartels & Vedder BV invention (patent no. 1037887) which is a revolutionary new technique of building floating cellars on (glass fiber reinforced) composite cellars. Published in international papers. Water villa’s based on a Bartels & Vedder BV invention (patent no. 1037887) which is based on revolutionary new technique of building floating cellars on (fibreglass reinforced) composite cellars. All in development. Project is being engineered by Bartels & Vedder.