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Croatia and Bulgaria reorganise their water sectors (06-05-2013)

Compliance with European legislation is one of the reasons why Croatia and Bulgaria need to invest heavily in their water sectors in the coming years. The governments of the two countries asked Witteveen+Bos to answer some questions to put them on the right track: what is the

Start of Living Lab Logistics between Indonesia and the Netherlands (23-04-2013)

Universities, companies and the government from the Netherlands and Indonesia have officially opened a bilateral initiative called Living Lab Logistics during a seminar at the Erasmus Huis in Jakarta. This initiative is driven by higher education and connects companies and

Karin Sluis named Managing Director (11-04-2013)

The General Meeting of Shareholders of Witteveen+Bos was held on 10 April 2013. The annual results published on 7 March were adopted, and Ms C.M. (Karin) Sluis was named Managing Director, succeeding Harry Webers.

Witteveen+Bos posts good 2012 results (07-03-2013)

Dutch consultancy and engineering firm Witteveen+Bos achieved remarkably good results in the 2012 reporting year, despite the difficult market conditions in the engineering sector. Compared with 2011 the firm’s turnover grew slightly, while the operating result decreased. The

Karin Sluis named as successor to Harry Webers (31-01-2013)

The board of Dutch engineering and consultancy firm Witteveen+Bos announced on 30 January 2013 that it had named Ms. C.M. (Karin) Sluis (1965) as the firm’s new managing director. On 10 April 2013 she will succeed Harry Webers, who has been managing director since 9 April

Tackling contaminated transformer oil in Vietnam (21-01-2013)

Witteveen+Bos has been commissioned to identify all contaminated transformers and capacitors at Vietnam’s electricity stations as part of the Vietnamese government’s PCB Management Project. Management plans will subsequently be drawn up for locations where the oil-containing

Protecting subsiding Jakarta against floods (17-01-2013)

A consortium headed by Witteveen+Bos (main contractor) and Grontmij is developing a master plan to protect the Indonesian capital of Jakarta against major floods from the sea. The master plan is due to be ready two years from now and will put forward solutions for the short,

Master plan for port town Beira, Mozambique (21-12-2012)

The Dutch research institute Deltares and engineering firm Witteveen+Bos join forces in developing the ‘2035 Master Plan’ for the city of Beira, a large Mozambican port town. Beira has a population of 400,000 and faces numerous challenges in the years to come, such as

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