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The London Boulevard

The Witteveen+Bos office in London has worked with teams in the Netherlands to produce Dutch-style cycling infrastructure designs to support London Cycling Campaign’s London Boulevard initiative. We developed these designs into a 3D model and produced a Virtual Reality (VR)

Floris Kaayk wins Art+Technology Award 2017

Dutch digital artist Floris Kaayk (1982) is the winner of this year’s Witteveen+Bos Art+Technology Award. Floris Kaayk (born in 1982 in Tiel, The Netherlands) is receiving the prize for his entire oeuvre. He graduated cum laude from the animation department of AKV | St. Joost

Sports park on Heizel Plateau in Brussels

Together with Zwarts & Jansma Architects and the landscape architects of OMGEVING and ARA, Witteveen+Bos has won the design competition for a new sports park on the Heizel Plateau in Brussels. The project brief calls for the restructuring of existing sports facilities and the

Solutions for traffic jams in Belgium

The Flemish Roads and Traffic Agency has commissioned Witteveen+Bos to help improve traffic throughflow at a number of junctions in and around the city of Kortrijk. The contract was awarded to Witteveen+Bos and local partner TML (Transport & Mobility Leuven) on account of the

Improving water quality in Pandan Reservoir, Singapore

Singapore’s population, which stands at 5.5 million today, is expected to grow to 6.9 million by 2030. This growth is putting pressure on the country’s resources, such as the available land and the water supply. As the demand for water continues to increase, it is important

Smart Integrated Construction System

Witteveen+Bos is collaborating with Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University (NTU) on the development of a Smart Integrated Construction System (SICS) for the Singapore Housing & Development Board (HDB). Among other things, the SICS system comprises an automated tower

Songwe River Basin management

In September 2017, Witteveen+Bos started an integrated water and natural resources management project for the African Development Bank. The project focuses on the Songwe River Basin in Malawi and Tanzania.

Reducing conflict by increasing access to water

Witteveen+Bos is one of the partners in the Water4Virunga project. The project area is the Virunga volcano landscape in Congo, Rwanda and Uganda.

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