Over the years, road, rail and hydraulic engineering have created national and international infrastructures characterised by their large scale on the one hand and their sophistication on the other. At numerous levels Witteveen+Bos has contributed to this development.
In contrast with huge projects like the North-South metro line in Amsterdam, the Fehmarn Belt crossing between Denmark and Germany and the enhancement of the infrastructure around Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, there are numerous smaller ones that tend to be invisible to the user. But what large and small have in common is the combining of existing and new technologies under highly differing local conditions.
For Witteveen+Bos success stems equally from developing scenarios for orchestrating alteration of the Eindhoven ring road as from building the western orbital motorway around Amsterdam or using relatively simple means to build a tram line in Bucharest.