The dredging fleet of the Belgian construction conglomerate Jan de Nul sails under the flag of Luxembourg, thanks to a Belgian law from the 1990s. For this reason, Dredging and Maritime Management S.A., which is responsible for the dredging fleet, has realized a head office in Luxembourg.
The building, designed by Tetra Architectes Paul Kayser & Associés, consists of almost 8,000 m² offices, archives and technical spaces. It is foreseen that a dredging simulator will be installed to train future workforce.
The building, which is designed to reflect the image of the company, has façades of dark brick and glass, made using different Reynaers systems: the high-insulated façade system CW 50-HI as well as the window and door systems CS 86-HI and CS 77-FP. The DMM building is constructed with a double façade for optimal thermal and ventilation comfort.