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New ArcelorMittal European Headquarter

Building owner

ArcelorMittal Kirchberg Real Estate Sàrl



The new headquarters of ArcelorMittal is an administrative building hosting office areas to be used by the client for: offices, ArcelorMittal university campus, or a business centre for example. There is enough room for one or several other tenants, as well as shared spaces consisting of: auditorium for 200, meeting rooms, company restaurant, thematic restaurant, fitness centre, etc…

The construction program prioritizes flexibility, and is there to set out and plan the construction of 63.500m2 GFA. The future building is foreseen to be of long-term use and sustainable: the respect of the environment and biodiversity, including urban areas, both the comfort of the end users and the future generations is a major value. Aside from the “cradle to cradle“ concept, this building will meet the requirements of BREEAM outstanding, DGNB Gold, BBCA and Gold Level “Well”.

Due to the sheer scale of the project an indoor landscaped relaxation area will be included, and accessible to the tenants. This building space will consist of an atrium which will be sheltered and tempered. Finally the project plans to incorporate 346 parking spaces.

Key figures

Gross surface

63.500 m2

Project duration

2019 - on going

Our missions

Missions de base :

  • Economiste de la construction
  • Assistance technique pour le suivi des études
  • Assistance en phase Appel d‘Offre (AO)
  • Gestion de la plateforme documentaire GED/BIM
  • Assistance aux démarches administratives



      • Assistance pour le choix de la plateforme BIM pour un BIM as-built et BIM exploitation
      • Elaboration du BIM Execution Plan
      • Supervision des prestations BIM de la MOE
      • Assistance à la définition des besoins en Smart building
      • Assistance au déploiement du Smart building

Design team


Wilmotte & Associés Architectes

Civil Engineer

Cabinet Jaillet-Rouby

Technical Engineer

TPF Ingénierie.

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