THE TOWER OF ANNEESSENS BRUSSELS

LOCATION

Brussels, Belgium

WHEN

December 2019

COMMISSIONED BY

Stad Brussel

SERVICE

CATEGORY

PURPOSE

stability study and damage assessment

A remnant of the first city walls of Brussels. The Anneessens tower was constructed in the 13th century and served as a watch tower. It is characterised by the octagonal staircase and has two floors. Since 1992, it has been a protected monument, although it is not open to the public.
In order to achieve an optimal result, we have combined various measuring techniques. At the customer’s request, a drawing file with a high level of detail was provided in order to clearly map out the damage picture.

THE RESULTS