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Witteveen+Bos partner in project 3D ‘concrete printing’

In late October, Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) demonstrated its new ‘concrete printer’. The printer will be used in an ambitious study on the possibilities of printing sustainable concrete structures. The study is attracting national and international attention,

Master plan Benin port

In September 2015 the Netherlands Embassy in Benin commissioned a consortium led by Witteveen+Bos to prepare a strategic master plan for the development up to 2040 of the port of Cotonou. The port is essential to Benin’s economy and also plays a vital role for neighbouring

Developing resilient cities

Experts agree that approximately 70 % of the world’s population will live in cities by the year 2050. This ongoing urbanisation is leading to various issues in the areas of liveability, safety, health and accessibility. One additional challenge is that many cities are located

Creating a climate-adaptive Ho Chi Minh City

Ho Chi Minh City is contending with flooding, soil subsidence, rising sea levels, and salinisation. Together with the Vietnamese government, the Vietnamese Climate Adaptation PartnerShip (VCAPS) has developed a climate adaptation strategy as assigned by Netherlands Enterprise

Former shipyard in Dordrecht

Witteveen+Bos is applying the ‘Nature-Based Solutions’ approach to the Stadswerven project in Dordrecht. This former shipyard is located outside the dikes, on a peninsula.

Sustainable project site Katwijk

The Valkenburg project site in Katwijk is being developed into an energy-neutral and sustainable district that combines residential, work and recreational functions.

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

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