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Chartered Engineers (01-02-2016)

Three of our geotechnical engineers have acquired the internationally recognised Chartered Engineer title. After serious scrutiny of their portfolios and defense before a board of examiners, Richard de Nijs, Siefko Slob and Robin Vervoorn were awarded the recognition this

Public name Wash + Dry App winner of Open Data Battle (10-12-2015)

'Wash + Dry', an app developed by Witteveen+Bos, won the public’s vote as the best application in the final of the Open Data Battle in the Netherlands on Wednesday 9 December 2015. The specialist jury placed 'Wash + Dry' second. The Open Data Battle was organised by the

Two Witteveen+Bos projects win Concrete Award 2015 (19-11-2015)

At a festive dinner held on Wednesday 18 November in Rotterdam, the Verlengde Waalbrug project near Nijmegen won the Concrete Award 2015 in the ‘Bridges & Viaducts’ category. The Concrete Award in the ‘Execution’ category was won by the Willem van Oranje Tunnel and

Polite Laboyrie new president of CEDA (06-11-2015)

On 5 November 2015, Polite Laboyrie officially became CEDA president after his year as CEDA president-elect. CEDA is the world’s largest dredging network organisation for over 35 years.

Witteveen+Bos signs contract to improve oil field access (27-10-2015)

International engineering consultancy firm Witteveen+Bos signed contracts late September to expand its work in the Prorva region of Kazakhstan’s Caspian shore. Teniz Service LLP commissioned Witteveen+Bos to work on the development of a port and adjoining transportation route.

Witteveen+Bos partner 3D printing concrete constructions (27-10-2015)

Eindhoven university of Technolgogy (TU/e) demonstrated their new concrete printer, last Thursday 22 October. This printer will be used for an ambitious research study on the possibilities of printing sustainable concrete constructions. The study attracts national and

Dutch consortium working on master plan for port in Benin (16-10-2015)

In September 2015, the Dutch embassy in Cotonou (Benin) commissioned a Dutch consortium consisting of engineering and consultancy firm Witteveen+Bos and Maritime & Transport Business Solutions B.V. (MTBS) to prepare a strategic master plan for the development of the port of

Witteveen+Bos employee Lonneke Cheung wins ESCL Master Thesis Prize (02-10-2015)

On Friday 2 October 2015, Lonneke Cheung of international engineering and consultancy firm Witteveen+Bos won first place at the Master Thesis Prizes of the European Society of Construction Law (ESCL) in London. In its report, the jury described Cheung’s research on trust

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