Easily accessible, sustainable and transparent
The building at the historic Kapel ter Bede site where Delaware kicked off the new year, was constructed by Koramic in 1968. In the 1990s, it housed the offices of both Koramic and Wienerberger. Koramic moved to a new building in 2006. Wienerberger has been working in new offices, in the reconverted drying sheds, since 2011. The facility’s exceptional accessibility, close to the E17 motorway, the green setting and the use of sustainable materials quickly won Delaware over. Moreover, thanks to its glass structure, the building breathes transparency, thereby echoing the philosophy of Delaware Consulting. The interior has been revamped to meet Delaware’s needs and the building has been equipped with state-of-the-art technology. The IT experts installed a biometrical identification system and replaced all telephones by Microsoft Lync 2010 - an online service for instant messaging, video chats, online meetings and presentations.