A screen is included as part of the Administration and Service Center and is instrumental in separating the service center on the east side from the arrival and parking areas on the west side. The forecourt is centrally located and lies like a carpet stretched between two large parking areas (for 400 cars). The forecourt is to be carried out as a slightly raised surface of in situ concrete. Between the separate parking sections, groups of pine and oaks will be planted in beds of grass. Together, the groups of trees will become a parking grove where the trees break up the rigid geometry created by the parking stalls, and break down the large scale of the lot. The forecourt and parking areas also include lighting integrated into a brownish-red piping which refers to the refinery’s many vertical and horizontal pipes. The landscape is shaped so that the transition between the building and the more open landscape is settled by a subtle modeling of the terrain. The listed burial mound, Rykkerhøj, will not be touched, and will persist as an important ‘point de vue’ in the landscape. To the north, a new lake is established for collecting and delaying rainwater. This will help to cleanse the surface water from the open areas. In the lake, a minor plantation of reed is established. In time it will grow and act as a breeding place for grebes, coots, etc. In the lake, a circle of alder trees is planted to act as a counterpart to the burial mound.