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Fred de Bruijn: connecting international opportunities

Witteveen+Bos is experiencing a period of strong international growth these past few years. This kind of development puts considerable pressure on an organisation. Our organisational structure was therefore adjusted last year to stay tuned with the company’s international

Climate change adaptation for Bangladeshi city Barisal

Barisal is a city of approx. 350,000 residents in southern Bangladesh. The city is also known as the ‘Venice of the East’. It is an important regional centre and has one of the biggest river ports in Bangladesh. Barisal is located at the transition between tidal and riverine

Sustainable cities for Colombia

A consortium consisting of Urbanos, Berenschot, Witteveen+Bos, Delft University of Technology, RVDB and Findeter (financial institution for development) held presentations and workshops in the Colombian cities of Bucaramanga, Manizales and Armenia in the first week of May.

Residential area in East Java

The Java Integrated Industrial Port and Estate in Gresik (East Java, Indonesia) consists of 1,700 hectares of industrial development. Adjacent to this area, a new residential district will be developed to accommodate workers, executives and other residents of the growing

Emissions model for Port of Hamburg

Ship emissions have a major impact on air quality in Europe. Hamburg is Germany’s largest port and the air quality in the city and the surrounding region is influenced significantly by ship emissions. To gain a more accurate insight into these emissions, Witteveen+Bos will

King Abdullah Port

King Abdullah Port is Saudi Arabia’s newest seaport and will be the largest in the region. The target annual container capacity is 20 million TEU, and the port will be equipped to receive the largest vessels in the world. King Abdullah Port is located on the kingdom’s Red

Renewable energy in Japan

On 11 March 2011, Japan was struck by a massive undersea earthquake that resulted in a tsunami which destroyed large parts of the eastern coast. Following the earthquake, a special programme was set up in the affected region of Tohoku. The aim was to investigate the impact of

Improvement of water supply in Jordan

Jordan is one of the world’s most arid countries. The population is growing fast, not least due to the more than 800,000 refugees from Syria and Iraq. The originally temporary refugee camps are slowly turning into permanent settlements. The available fresh water is limited,

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