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Domestic: AED

The Marineterrein now has 3 AED’s*. Locations:

  1. Pension Homeland
  2. Building 027E (lobby)
  3. Building 024 (lobby)

How to use an AED

*An Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) is a portable device that can restore the heart rhythm in the event of a cardiac arrest. This is done by giving an electric shock.

 

Mariniersbrug under construction

The Mariniersbrug (the bridge that connects the Kattenburgerstraat to the Piet Heinkade) will be under construction between 18 March and 17 May.  The road stays accessible, but traffic will be slowed down most of the time. Read more here.

Walk-in Oosterdokseiland 25 March

Walk-in evening about lot 5b / 6 Oosterdokseiland, 5 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Monday, March 25: walk-in evening about lot 5b / 6 on Oosterdokseiland. This takes place at the ODE Project Office on the construction site.

Program: discussion about the state of affairs of the construction work, the adjustments to the approach route of the parking garage and the first designs for the public space.

Tip: ‘Open Codes’ in Karlsruhe

This exhibition is highly recommended by our good friend Charles Landry:  The ‘Open Codes’ project in Karlsruhe, Germany.

The exhibition, that started in October 2017, has recently entered its second round, which will last until June 2.

While the first phase ‘Open Codes. Living in Digital Worlds’ presented many varied examples of codes, from Morse code to genetic code, the second phase ‘Open Codes. The World as a Field of Data’ focuses on a world that is increasingly driven by data.  This second edition of Open Codes will show you this new world of fields of data in an abundance of examples. It opens to us a new horizon for humankind: transhumanism built on artificial intelligence. Go check it out!

 

 

Training: BHV

What to do in case of burns or accidents? This spring, Bureau Marineterrein will take on a ‘Bedrijfshulpverlening’ (BHV) course at the Marineterrein and invites community members to join in. Costs will be around 140 € per person. If you are interested to participate, please let us know before 31 March, via aanmelden@marineterrein.nl, and don’t forget to mention ‘BHV’.

Calendar: timeline of happenings in 2019

On the Marineterrein, summer breaks loose with a huge amount of activities, openings, lots of new students and visitors, and a lot of attention from the outside world.

Here’s a list of events that are coming up.

Domestic: Take proper care of your waste

We need you to take proper care of separating your waste, not only for the sake of the environment but also because of the fact that Renewi will not empty the bins if they contain the wrong kind of waste.  It is quite simple: paper bins should solely contain paper. Glass bins only glass. Plastic bins only plastic. So, for instance, take out paper, glass and batteries from the plastic bags that carry those items.

Waste bins

  1. Paper bin: no plastic garbage bags, just paper and cardboard, please flatten all boxes
  2. Glass bin: no plastic garbage bags, just glass
  3. Plastic bin: all plastic waste and plastic bags, nothing else
  4. Other waste
  5. Bin Polo: batteries and toners

Locations waste bins (1-4)

  • 003 A (a plastic bin is ordered)
  • 002
  • 024/025 (a plastic bin is ordered)
  • 027 E
  • 039 (a glass bin is ordered)

Domestic: Door tags

From now on requests for new tags are handled on Wednesdays.  Reason: tags have to be activated at the location, this can not be done in between tasks.

In your request for a new door tag to beheer@marineterrein.nl, please specify:

  1. Name company
  2. Name employee
  3. Building number/ door letter

Domestic: Technical issues

To improve our service level in repairing technical issues, the Maintenance team is going to use a new ticketing platform. This allows community-members to see the status and planning of the maintenance work in the various buildings. To report technical faults or issues, please use from now on: support@bureaumarineterrein.zohodesk.eu.

For any other correspondence with the team, such as the requests for door tags, the community can still use beheer@marineterrein.nl

Invitation: Drinks & Bites & News 28 March

** INVITATION **

Thursday, 28 March 2019, 16.00 – 19.30 
design of 027 grounds – new community members – opening art exhibition
Community Drinks & Bites
Location: Building 001 (Commandantswoning)Very exciting interventions are going to happen to the grounds around Building 027 the coming months: there will be less room for cars, and more room for bikes, plants and outdoor seating. Above all, there will be lots of possibilities for experimental projects and test runs. During the next Community Drinks & Bites at Building 001 (the Commandantswoning), you will find out more about this project. Furthermore, there is news* to share about the Marineterrein community and its members.
After this, the opening of the new art exhibition at the Commandantswoning ‘Ingenieurskunst’ by Cityscapes Foundation is taking place, so don’t miss it!

*  Note: if you have news to share too, let us know or feel free to jump up front.

Program Thursday 28 March
16.00 hours: walk-in
16.30 hours: design of 027 grounds, the introduction of new community members, other news
17.00 hours: drinks & bites
18.00 hours: opening art exhibition
19.30 hours: end

Location: Building 001 (Commandantswoning)

RSVP before 25 March

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