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Optimization of the accessibility, security, mobility and the landscapes – EAU D’HEURE LAKES

Sport Interface with JNC International landed a development study in order to optimize the accessibility, security, mobility and the landscapes. The site of the “Lacs de l’Eau d’Heure” is a tourist and leisure area of 1800 hectares joining multiple lakes and different landscapes such as forests and grasslands. Following the recent development of the tourist […]

Upgrading of State’s sports centre – Mons, Auderghem

SPORT INTERFACE advised on sports specific aspects for the feasibility and urban study for the renovation and the upgrading of two state’s sports centres: Centre La Sapinette – Mons and Centre Sportif de la Foret de Soignes – Auderghem, Brussels It is part of a renovation plan of the Sport Minister of the French Community […]

Royal Smashing Tennis Club – Nivelles

SPORT INTERFACE with BAA Consulting contributed to the strategic analysis and the values alignment for the board of a regional tennis club in Belgium. The output was a business plan for the funding of the new developments of the club (new club house building, new activities). Client Royal Smashing Tennis Club – Nivelles – 2011 […]

Leisure park in a former horses race venue – Brussels

Sport Interface contributed to the feasibility study for a major leisure park in the Brussels Region. The investing consortium (VO Communication, JCX Immo, HLK) was among the two finalists of the call of tenders by the Government of the Brussels Capital Region.  The project aims to refit a former horses race venue into a major leisure […]