Cité de la sécurité sociale

  • project divided into 3 lots
  • 1st lot realised by FDC and subdivided into 2 construction phases: 1st phase has been completed, 2nd phase has been launched
  • 2nd and 3rd lot to be realised by the State
  • centralising all social security institutions on a single site
  • lot 1: 52.000 m2 lettable space
  • lot 2: 9.500 m2 lettable space
  • lot 3: 13.900 m2 lettable space
  • BREEAM Excellent label targeted
  • energy performance class B targeted
  • 2014: launch of the project after concertation with the State and the City of Luxembourg
  • 2015: signing of a deed of assignment between the State and FDC concerning a building land of 76.78 ares necessary for the FDC to carry out the project
  • 2015: launch of the urban planning and architectural competition
  • 2015: appointment of the architect: joint venture Scheuvens + Wachten, Architecture & Environment, BLK 2 Böge Lindner K2 Architekten and Breimann & Bruun GmbH & Co.KG Landschaftsarchitekten
  • 2016: awarding of the project manager, technical engineering, civil engineering and infrastructure contracts to Luxconsult S.A., Jean Schmit Engineering S.à r.l., INCA Ingénieurs Conseils Associés S.à r.l. and Schroeder & Associés S.A. respectively
  • 2017: validation of the final preliminary project and its budget
  • 2017: approval of the special development plan (PAP) by the responsible Minister: the development of the Cité de la sécurité sociale will take place in three lots. During a first construction phase of the first lot, an administrative building will be constructed for the social security institutions currently housed in the Office des assurances sociales. At the end of the second construction phase of the first lot, the Caisse nationale d'assurance pension (CNAP), the FDC and the Caisse pour l’avenir des enfants will join the Cité de la sécurité sociale. Finally, the second and third lots of the project will involve the demolition of the Centre de technologies et d'information de l'Etat, followed by the reconstruction of an administrative, commercial and residential building complex.
  • 2017: completion of preparatory demolition works and earthworks on the existing buildings on the site
  • 2018: signing of a reparcelling agreement and the PAP implementation agreement
  • 2018: start of demolition and earthworks related to the first construction phase of the first lot
  • 2019: completion of general earthworks and start of structural works
  • 2019: completion of basements
  • 2019: awarding of the facade works and start of execution studies
  • 2019: awarding of the technical sanitary, heating, ventilation and air conditioning installation contracts
  • 2019: awarding of the electrical installation contract and start of the related execution studies
  • 2020: start of the technical installations
  • 2020: award of the two main contracts related to the completion and finishing works
  • 2020: start of basement finishing work and installation of the first façade elements
  • 2021: following the Covid-19 crisis, resumption of work related to the first construction phase of the first lot
  • 2021: launch of the studies related to the second construction phase of the first lot
  • 2022: presentation of the preliminary project of the second construction phase
  • 2022: completion of work of the first construction phase of the first lot
  • 2023: move in of the Caisse nationale de santé (CNS), the Contrôle médical de la sécurité sociale (CMSS), the Association d’assurance accident (AAA) as well as the Administration d’évaluation et de contrôle de l’assurance dépendance (AEC) with desks open to the public as of 5 June 2023
  • 2023: preparation of demolition and earthworks related to the second construction phase

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