Foto van het Bètabuilding gebouw


This newly built office building contains a total of 6,000 sq. metres of office space divided over 4 floors. The floors are almost identical and are each divided into two office wings and a transparent central hall with elevator and main staircase.

The large office wing (street side) is called wing A (approx. 950 sq. metres per floor).
The smaller office wing (garden side) is called wing B (approx. 570 sq. metres per floor).

The office building was developed and commissioned by the current owner,
Ontwikkelingscombinatie Bta Building v.o.f.,
a subsidiary of Vastgoed van Wettum, Daedalus Vastgoed and Monteflore Vastgoed, and designed by Hans van Heeswijk Architects (the architect of the Hermitage in Amsterdam, the extension of the Maurits Huis Museum in The Hague and several office buildings at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport).

BTA BUILDING has been awarded with an energy level A label, meaning that insulation and energy conservation is at very a high level in comparison with other office buildings.