Project Description


The extension of the European Court in Luxembourg

The fourth building extension and partial renovation of the premises of the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg was undertaken between 2003 and 2010 for approx. EUR 350 million.

The aim, among other things, was to bring together the staff of 2,000 of the Court in the new buildings.

The construction works included a two-storey ring of offices supported on 14 metre high supports surrounding the new Palace of Justice.

The President of the ECJ, the judges and the chancelleries are accommodated here on 17,000 m². The Palace of Justice forms the centre of the complex with approx. 15,000 m². Two towers of 100 metres in height provide 34,000 m2 of office space for translators, interpreters and language lawyers.

VIB supported the Luxembourger project manager and site manager GEPROLUX in particular in the execution and progress control for all the buildings as well as for the outdoor facilities.

The progress control was of particular significance because all the works were individually commissioned on the basis of Europe-wide tendering.

The VIB services rendered:

  • Project management with the focus on flow and progress control

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