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Combating air pollution

The environmental and health risks posed by Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) - substances that are highly toxic, persistent and subject to transboundary movement - remain high in the Philippines. The POPs originate from various sources across the country. A consortium

Study into completion of Antwerp’s ring road

Since June 2015, Witteveen+Bos and Grontmij have been conducting additional studies for planned works on the left bank of the Scheldt river in Antwerp, Belgium. The studies are part of the Oosterweel Link project and were commissioned by Beheersmaatschappij Antwerpen Mobiel (BAM

Sustainable buildings Chagala group

Witteveen+Bos is elaborating an energy strategy for the Kazakhstan-based Chagala Group, including recommendations for the sustainability certification of buildings. The Group’s complex in Atyrau, Kazakhstan covers approx. 6 hectares and includes offices, hotels, restaurants

Two projects win Concrete Award 2015

Half November in Rotterdam, the Verlengde Waalbrug project near Nijmegen won the Concrete Award 2015 in the ‘Bridges & Viaducts’ category. The Concrete Award in the ‘Execution’ category was won by the Willem van Oranje Tunnel/railway station project in Delft.

Deformation of quay wall in St. Petersburg

During the construction of a new quay wall for a container terminal in St. Petersburg, the building contractor noticed a number of structural deformations. In collaboration with our Russian partner TPI, a study was performed to discover the cause of these unforeseen

Backwater analysis for Singapore canal

The Singapore Police Force is planning to install security cages at the outlet of the Pandan Loop canal. It is unclear what impact the installation of the proposed cages will have on the water profile in the canal.

Brainstorm week: new port concept for Jakarta

Three artificial islands are planned in the Bay of Jakarta to accommodate the rapid industrial and logistical development of the region. The islands will also serve Indonesia’s main port of Tanjung Priok. During his visit to the Port of Rotterdam, Jakarta’s governor Basuki

Improved access oil field Tengiz

Witteveen+Bos signed contracts late September 2015 to expand its work in the Prorva region of Kazakhstan’s Caspian shore. Witteveen+Bos was commissioned by Teniz Service LLP to work on the development of a more than 160 kilometres long Cargo transport Route, existing of a 70

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