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Passport to join Gateway at Brussels airport

Left side : Gateway building for Deloitte , right side : Passport building for KPMG  / Image: Jaspers-Eyers & Partners
Left side : Gateway building for Deloitte , right side : Passport building for KPMG / Image: Jaspers-Eyers & Partners

A second major building is set to be constructed at Brussels Airport, overlooking the tarmac. Named ‘Passport’ this 28,000 m² building is a development by Codic, in partnership with Brussels Airport and KPMG. The consultancy firm is set to take almost half of the space (13,000 m²) marking the second large-scale deal in this precise area by one of the big 4 consultants. Neighbouring Gateway, which like Passport is a Jaspers-Eyers project, is to be occupied by Deloitte.

Patrick Simons, senior Partner at KPMG Belgium, refers to the advantages of this building: “KPMG does everything it can to provide a stimulating working environment. Passport offers unique accessibility for our staff and clients, connections with the rest of the world, an ultra-modern concept and a particularly limited environmental footprint”.

The ground-breaking is scheduled for next month, and the building is set to be delivered in two years, at the end of 2017.
Tim Harrup
19-08-2015


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