Egied van Broeckhoven
‘Delivering innovative, new and renovated schools to transform the learning experience of students in Flanders, Belgium’
School infrastructure in Flanders (northern region of Belgium) has suffered from decades of structural underinvestment resulting in old and outdated school infrastructure. A new programme by the Flemish Government will see 42 schools built or renovated under a DBFM program to expand capacity for additional places and to guarantee the multifunctionality of new school buildings for the public, no longer meeting current standards.
The Egied Van Broeckhoven School is the first of the schools to be delivered under the new programme. The brand-new school will offer a range of opportunities within two domains, STEM and Welfare and Society, and will be situated in the multicultural district around the West station in Sint-Jans-Molenbeek, Brussels, in the buildings of the former Vandenheuvel brewery.
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