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Annual Report 2015

The Witteveen+Bos Annual Report for 2015 was published recently.

Mapping our CO2 footprint

Reducing the environmental impact of our operations is a Key Performance Indicator for Witteveen+Bos, in addition to delivering social value and developing top talent.

Level 5 certification CO2 Performance Ladder

In November 2015, Witteveen+Bos once again achieved Level 5 on the so-called CO2 Performance Ladder of the Dutch Foundation for Climate-Friendly Procurement and Business (SKAO), including BTR certification specifically for railway infrastructure.

Work on ‘bird paradise’ Marker Wadden has begun

Witteveen+Bos experts in ecology and hydraulic engineering are contributing to the realisation of the Marker Wadden project, commissioned by the Dutch Society for Nature Conservation (Natuurmonumenten) and the Directorate-General for Public Works and Water Management

Award for innovative engineering solution

The mangrove project, located northeast of Semarang, Java, was recently recognised with a Dutch annual award for innovative engineering solutions (‘Vernufteling’). Originally there was a mangrove greenbelt along the coast that served as a coastal defence, since the roots of

Modernisation of mooring buoys and hawser posts

The Port of Rotterdam Authority has commissioned Witteveen+Bos to provide contract management services for the modernisation of mooring buoys and hawser posts in the Waalhaven and Botlek port areas. The modernisation is part of a larger Rotterdam Port Authority project aimed at

Design cycling infrastructure

The Highland Council wants to turn Inverness into the green capital of Scotland. Witteveen+Bos UK has been commissioned to help the Council win GBP 7 million funding to deliver active travel infrastructures and supporting educational and informational measures to encourage more

Inland waterway shipping project

A consortium consisting of Maritime & Transport Business Solutions (MTBS), PT BITA Enarcon Engineering, and lead contractor Witteveen+Bos Indonesia was commissioned to study the feasibility of an inland shipping route between the industrial area in the Cikarang/Bekasi region and

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