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Disaster-proofing Barisal

Barisal is a city of approx. 350,000 residents in southern Bangladesh. Because of its many canals, it is also known as the ‘Venice of the East’. Barisal is prone to flooding due to high river discharges, tidal movements, cyclones and extremely heavy rainfall.

Hybrid heating and cooling

Witteveen+Bos, the Deventer Energy Cooperation and Saxion University of Applied Sciences are investigating the options for realising a joint hybrid heating and cooling system. The system will be located between Witteveen+Bos’ head office on Leeuwenbrug and the Saxion building

Lorong Halus landfill

Singapore’s Land Transport Authority (LTA) has awarded contractor HWA Seng Builder Pte Ltd (HSB) a contract for the expansion of the KPE/TPE Interchange, including the link road to Punggol Central in Singapore.

Art+Technology Award 2015

The Witteveen+Bos Art+Technology award was presented to Dutch artist Renzo Martens (1973) on 5 November 2015. He is the fourteenth recipient of the award, and was nominated by the jury because his work focuses on the societal, political and economic impact of technology on

Sluiskil Tunnel opened

On Tuesday 19 May, His Majesty King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands officially opened the Sluiskil Tunnel, a bored tunnel where the N61 trunk road crosses the Ghent-Terneuzen Canal. On the following Wednesday, interested members of the public were given an opportunity to

Drinking water supply Congo

The city of Inkisi in the Democratic Republic of Congo is home to about 180,000 people who lack a reliable and sufficient supply of drinking water. They also need sanitation facilities, especially at markets and other busy public places. The present water supply system was built

New shipyard in Kazakhstan

Witteveen+Bos and Royal HaskoningDHV are designing a new shipyard at Kuryk in Kazakhstan. The new facility on the Caspian Sea will be used to build, repair and maintain the ships necessary for the growing oil and gas exploration and production in the region. The contract was

Earthquake-resistant airport design Mexico City

As a member of the Tunnel Engineering Consultants (TEC) consortium, Witteveen+Bos is helping to develop an earthquake-resistant design for Mexico City’s new international airport. A Dutch-Mexican joint venture led by NACO (part of Royal HaskoningDHV) was awarded the contract

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