The new VTI campus along Vaartdijkstraat in Bruges (at the location of train and tram builder Bombardier) replaces the current buildings along Boeveriestraat. The VTI in Bruges is a technical school with 800 students aged 12 to 19 years. The school building contains studios, classrooms, a refectory and a sports hall. Part of the building is boarding school. There is also an extensive sports infrastructure and adult education is offered. The 17,500 m² building has four floors, a column structure and no load-bearing walls. The technical school is equipped with fully equipped workshops for the technical departments of car mechanics, stage techniques, electricity, mechanics, electromechanics and industrial sciences. The VTI is the third largest school building in Flanders.
Due to uncertainties about possible growth in the future and changes in the programme, the campus has been conceived as an adaptive building, a building that can adapt itself in function of demand and need. This was done, among other things, by designing the entire building from a functional three-dimensional module (column grid 7.2×7.2m for the education zone and 7.2×10.8m for the boarding school zone), designing the technical rooms as double height and taking expansion options into account.