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Redevelopment of Dublin Port

As an island nation, the Republic of Ireland depends largely on Dublin Port for the import and export of goods. The seaport is Ireland’s largest and most important, and is about to undergo a massive overhaul aimed at making it ‘future-proof’.

Rehabilitation and extension

A consortium consisting of MTBS, Witteveen+Bos and Gibb Seychelles conducted studies and assessments to advise on the port facilities required to accommodate cargo and cruise passenger flows and traffic up to 2040. Seychelles Ports Authority (SPA) is the beneficiary of this

Expansion of Albanian Port

Romano Port is located 6.5 kilometres north of Dürres, Albania. Witteveen+Bos developed a master plan and a breakwater rehabilitation design for the port, which is to be expanded into a multi-purpose facility. The master plan is currently awaiting approval from the Albanian

Working with impact

This year is a special year for our company; it was founded 70 years ago by mr. Witteveen and mr. Bos. As leading theme for all the activities that we organise this year we have chosen: ‘working with impact’. It may seem obvious for the general public that, when working for

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Viking Link interconnector

Witteveen+Bos has been asked by its Danish SEEN partner NIRAS and multinational consulting firm Intertek to provide support in the licensing and Environmental Impact Assessment procedure for a new subsea electricity cable link that will connect Revsingin in Denmark to Bicker Fen

Cycling as export product for a more sustainable world

As a company with Dutch roots, Witteveen+Bos is involved in cycling projects throughout the world. Bicycles fulfil an important role in various infrastructure projects to which Witteveen+Bos contributes. Nearly all of our road designers and structural engineers are active

Selected cycling projects

With our cycling expertise becoming more of an export product, we have selected a few examples of projects and prospects Witteveen+Bos has been working on.

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