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ABN AMRO RC-account : NL69 ABNA 0598.0744.49
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Flowerbed Engineering is located at Kenaupark 31 and is beautiful centrally located in the city of Haarlem, within walking distance of CS Haarlem. We would be happy to welcome you in our office. There are sufficient options for parking your car, both on site, as well as through our Parkline subscription.
Because of COVID-19, there is limited staffing in the office, but therefore enough space to still have a good conversation at a safe distance from each other.
All our colleagues are easily accessible by telephone, e-mail, Microsoft Teams, as well as through our support desk and are able to speak to you directly. Do you have a question that you want to ask us by phone, Julia de Wit is happy to speak to you on our general telephone number 023 – 512 5310.
Navigation ‘Tuinstraat haarlem’
Follow the right-hand lane at the Halfweg Rottepolderplein junction to follow the signs A200 towards Halfweg / Amsterdam / Haarlem.
At the roundabout, take the exit to A200 in the direction of Haarlem. Continue to Amsterdamsevaart until the t-junction, then right, first left, right over the bridge, continue along the water, turn left at Parklaan (2nd street on the left).
You will then arrive on Parklaan towards your final destination Kenaupark 31. Just before arrival you can turn right into Tuinstraat, then at the second white building on the left (with attached conservatory) you can park on the right in the parking lot.
If you come by train, leave Haarlem Central Station towards the center. Then you are on a large square where all buses arrive and depart from. After leaving the CS, continue your route to the right towards Hotel Lion d’Or.
Continue past the hotel and take the first street on the right (Kenaustraat). The 2nd street is the Kenaupark. Turn left towards number 31.
*) The Kenaupark is a park in the center of Haarlem. It is part of the stronghold in the defenses around the old town. The park was designed in 1865 by Jan David Zocher. It is named after Kenau Simonsdochter Hasselaer, who played a significant role in the siege of Haarlem.
In 1867 the Nederlandsche Maatschappij voor Grondcrediet from Amsterdam built the monumental series of nine mansions on the east side and the two villas on the side houses. In the early days, considerable Haarlem families such as Pahud de Mortanges, Burgemeester Van Lennep and Rasch resided in these mansions. Now there are mainly offices, including that of Flowerbed.