Terre Bonne Park offers your employees all the best facilities. Our vision is that great service leads to great companies. We hope you will enjoy the facilicities at TBP.
The restaurant in Terre-Bonne Park
The restaurant, located in the Z1 building, offers a selection of hot meals, plats du jour, all-inclusive menus as well as a wide variety of sandwiches and take-aways, in a warm and friendly atmosphere. All products are delivered daily and fresh to the team, bought from local providers and producers. All meals are prepared and cooked on site, and our desserts are also homemade. The Kitchen offers as well tailored catering solution. Open from 07h00 to 16h00, our team is here for you, with a morning or afternoon proposal. WIFI service is freely available, leaving you connected.
Crèche pop e poppa
More than a childcare service
To help you balance work and family, Nemaco together with pop e poppa have developed a crèche at the Terre-Bonne Park to welcome your little ones. Located in the Pavillon building and surrounded by a private garden, it enables children to play, move, observe and experiment in complete safety and serenity. Part of the nationwide pop e poppa network, this crèche provides a high-quality, flexible and accessible childcare solution for the Business Park’s employees. It also benefits from a public/private partnership with the Nyon network whose inhabitants are entitled to a certain number of places.
Regus Business Center
Located in the A1 building, Regus offers ready-to-go, fully equipped, customisable workspace with the latest technologies, and a wide range of complementary support services available on demand. From office spaces to meeting rooms and video conferencing suites, Regus provides flexible business solutions for short or extended terms for as long as you need.
The Terre-Bonne Park is part of a movement of strong economic growth in the canton de Vaud. Eventually, some 2000 employees will work on the site, a beneficial development that will lead to problems related to mobility. Lack of parking due to tight regulations, congestion, stress and air pollution must be avoided. To minimize these inconveniences, the companies established in the Park have embarked on a mobility management process. It includes measures in the field of public transport (enhanced service), individual motorized (carpooling, car sharing) and non-motorized transportation (improved infrastructure for pedestrians and cyclists).
The Nyon train station is ideally located on the Geneva – Lausanne route, with a train every 5 to 20 minutes from 06h00 until midnight from Nyon to Geneva or Lausanne.
A third of the car journeys in Switzerland are lower than 3 kilometres: an ideal distance for cycling! The Park benefits from one of the many Publibike stations in the Léman Arc. Easy to use, this service is available 24/7.
Rather than driving alone, carpooling is a great way to reduce fuel costs and parking problem. To find rides to match your journey and requirement, please visit http://www.greenmonkeys.ch
For business trips, Mobility Car Sharing is another clever way to be mobile. Whenever you want – without the commitments that owning your proper car entails, Mobility has 2'600 vehicles waiting for you at 1'340 stations throughout Switzerland, including one just next to the Terre-Bonne Park.
The park is served by a regular bus service, working from 6am to midnight with a frequency of one bus every 30 minutes. It takes only 10 minutes to reach Nyon train station. More information on timetable, plans and price available at https://www.bustpn.ch/fr/horaires-reseau
The medical imaging facility, located in the Z2 Building, benefits from the latest technologies in terms of CT scans, X-rays, MRI and mammographies. The team, led by Dr Mourad Amirat (former head of the Radiology department of Nyon hospital), is welcoming you from Monday to Friday 7.30am to 6pm and on Saturday from 8am to 12pm.
For more information, or to book an appointment, please call +41 22 544 42 00 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The Terre-Bonne Park benefits from the fibre optic. Amongst its many advantages, the fibre optic system provides a higher carrying capacity, a lower signal degradation, environmental protection and is less expensive than conventional electrical systems.