Green projects for buildings, institutions and business premises

Green projects for buildings, institutions and business premises

Trees for buildings and institutions

Planting on business premises and at buildings and institutions has a positive impact on users. A green environment is more than simply attractive. It benefits health and contributes to people’s mental well-being. In addition, plants provide natural cooling at buildings, on business premises and at institutions. 

A green environment is a pleasant workplace and this is increasingly being used as a differentiating factor when attracting qualified staff. 

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Office environment, care institution or business park?

In the outside space at buildings and institutions, greenery offers users a place to rest and relax in the urban environment. Trees restore human scale and create a natural contrast with high-rises and modern architecture. Greenery in outdoor spaces at buildings and institutions also acts as a connecting zone or alternatively to create a boundary. The planting underlines themes, accentuates special places and makes compositions in greenery and colour. 

Office environment, care institution or business park?

Office environment, care institution or business park?

Ebben Nurseries offers a wide range of tree species for the outdoor space at buildings and institutions.

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Reference projects buildings and institutions

  • Philips Campus, Eindhoven, the Netherlands

  • Avans University of Applied Sciences, Breda, the Netherlands

  • Phillips Business Centre, Eindhoven, the Netherlands

  • Elkerliek Hospital, Helmond, the Netherlands

  • Courthouse, ’s-Hertogenbosch, the Netherlands

  • Heijmans head office, Rosmalen, the Netherlands

  • De Hoop Care Centre, Dordrecht, the Netherlands

  • Maasstaete, Mook, the Netherlands

  • Radboud University, Nijmegen, the Netherlands

  • Catshuis, Official Residence of the Prime Minister of the Netherlands, The Hague, the Netherlands

  • World Trade Center Zuid-As, Amsterdam, the Netherlands

  • IJsseloord business park, Arnhem, the Netherlands

  • Kruisherenklooster Hotel, Maastricht, the Netherlands

  • De Weerde nursing home, Eindhoven, the Netherlands

  • Fortis, Utrecht, the Netherlands

  • Ministry of Defence, The Hague, the Netherlands

  • Lucas Hospital, Apeldoorn, the Netherlands

  • Casino Valkenburg, the Netherlands

  • BASF, Antwerp, Belgium

  • Courthouse, Ghent, Belgium

  • CC Bank, Frauenrath, Germany

  • Stock Exchange, Friedrichshafen, Germany

  • Japanese Embassy, Berlin, Germany

  • Stock Exchange, Stuttgart, Germany

  • Mercedes Benz, Stuttgart, Germany

  • Rheindeich Stadium, Duisburg, Germany

  • Coface Arena, Mainz, Germany

  • Technocentre Renault, Guyancourt, France

  • Parc Hotel Disneyland, Paris, Marne la Vallée, France

  • Hopital Européen, G. Pompidou, Paris, France

  • Hotel du Départment, Colmar, France

  • County hall, Strasbourg, France

  • Parc des expositions, Villepinte, France

  • Centre Commercial, Rennes, France

  • Hilton Hotel, Wembley Stadium, London, England

  • Blythe Valley Business Park, Birmingham, England

  • Hospital, České, Czech Republic

  • Biocamp Novartis head office, Basel, Switzerland

  • Roche Diagnostics International, Rotkreuz, Switzerland

  • Port Łódz, Łódz, Poland

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