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'Hof ter Dampoort',
Dendermondsesteenweg 50,
B-9000 Ghent


t: +32 9 225 54 88

SumBrussels
90, boulevard de Waterloo
B-1000 Brussels

t: +32 2 512 70 11
f: +32 2 512 31 90

  • 2015

    • Centrale Lanen, Brussel, Belgium

      Heraanleg Centrale Lanen - Brussel:   De opdracht voor de heraanleg behelst het ontwerpen van de publieke ruimte van de centrale lanen in Brussel, van gevel tot gevel, en dit vanaf de Sint-Michielsstraat > more
    • Boulevard de la Woluwe, Brussels

      Woluwelaan can, as a future urban avenue, be considered the fusion of an ‘urban boulevard' and a ‘parkway'. The greatest challenge of the project lies in the general revaluation of the public space > more
    • Tramline 9, Brussels

      Design and execution of the new tram line 9, a link in the multi-modal transport network, as well as the ecological corridor.   Tram line 9 will connect the centre of Brussels with the north of the Regio > more
    • Metro De Brouckère, Brussels

      The project's objectives are the following: - create a pleasant atmosphere of comfort, neatness and safety in the varous spaces that are accessible to the public: the mezzanine, the ticket office hall, the pl > more
  • 2012

    • Municipal Mobility Plans, Vlaanderen

      Since Sum was founded, the connection between spatial planning and mobility has always been strong. Traffic studies, mobility plans, are part of Sum's core business. Between 1996 and 2006, no fewer than 53 Flem > more
  • 2010

    • Albert Park and its bridges, Kortrijk

      The area of the Leie in Kortrijk's town centre is the subject of major changes. The water course needed to be adapted to the new European norms for inland waterway traffic and the Leie has therefore been straig > more
  • 2009 & before

    • Competition for four bridges, Albertkanaal

      The increasing traffic on inland waterways makes the adjustment of existing bridges across the Albert Canal inevitable. In collaboration with the engineering company Greisch, a solution to the problems posed wa > more



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