Dutch digital artist Floris Kaayk is the winner of this year’s Witteveen+Bos Art+Technology Award. Kaayk is a master in creating futuristic fairy tales and nightmares, which often engage a wide audience thanks to his inventive use of various digital platforms. Through his
Witteveen+Bos UK is delighted to announce that its client, The Highland Council (Unitary Authority Scotland), has been successful in its funding bid to deliver large parts of its Inverness City Active Travel Network over the coming years.
Witteveen+Bos is working as key-collaborator on the development of a Smart Integrated Construction System (SICS) for the Housing & Development Board in Singapore, as part of the Nanyang Technological University. The system contains, among other things, an automated tower crane.
Producing high quality drinking water is a challenge, transporting and distributing the water to the final user even more so. How to transport and distribute drinking water while maintaining quality and reducing losses due to leakage?
The bridge design named ’New Balance 100’ is to mark the occasion of Estonia’s centenary next year.
Arno Kops, area manager South-East Asia and Australia at Witteveen+Bos, was appointed as chairman of the Singapore Netherlands Water House (SNWH).