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Restoration of fish channels

The region of Atyrau in Kazakhstan is an important breeding ground for sturgeon and a key area for associated commercial fishing activities. Following a period of retreating water levels in the Caspian Sea in the mid-twentieth century, fish channels were constructed as a

Good results in 2015

Witteveen+Bos can look back on a successful year. In 2015 we worked on interesting projects of all sizes throughout the world. Our revenue increased from 119 million euros in 2014 to 130 million euros in 2015. The workforce also grew: the company welcomed its one thousandth

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

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