The former Sugar Silos on the location of CSM in Halfweg are converted into office buildings. The shut down of the sugar refinery at Halfweg has resulted in the release of approximately 100.000m2 surface areas for re-zoning. The two 50 m tall concrete sugar silos form from afar the logo of the former sugar refinery. The buildings are no monuments, but are inextricably tied in with the industrial heritage of the estate. Structurally, the silos are built as two concrete concentric cylinders that are supported by a heavy concrete ring with feet. The design of Soeters Van Eldonk Architects is to reuse the silos as premises containing trade and industry. The silos will be essentially restored by demolishing the existing connecting bridge, small installation buildings and transport tower. Both silos now contain floors and a core with all facilities, elevators and staircases and get a new exterior makeover.