For several years Witteveen+Bos has been supporting a gelatine-producing company in India in treating its wastewater. Several production processes cause two wastewater flows that require treatment. The first flow is treated separately because of its very high salinity and to
Witteveen+Bos has achieved good results in 2014, realising both financial and personnel growth. All over the world we contributed to projects that help to tackle major challenges relating to liveability, health, safety and accessibility.
Witteveen+Bos welcomed its 1000th employee in the third week of May. Since our establishment in 1946, our workforce expanded mainly through organic growth.
In March 2015 the Dutch and Indonesian governments launched a public-private partnership aimed at strengthening Java’s north coast by combating the rapid erosion that affects the area. This coastal restoration project is one of the leading initiatives in the ‘Building with
Frank Kaalberg was named ‘Structural Design Engineer of the Year’ at the Structural Engineering Conference held in the Dutch town Soesterberg on 1 June 2015. The jury praised him for his expert contribution to projects like the North/South Metro Line in Amsterdam, the
Bijela Shipyard is one of the largest shipyards on the Adriatic Sea. Over the years, the ship maintenance work has resulted in soil contamination and large quantities of contaminated waste materials.
How to design a state-of-the-art Water Treatment Recovery Plant enabling maximised reuse of produced water at minimum costs? Witteveen+Bos took this challenge by signing a contract for the Front End Engineering Design (FEED) with NCOC from Kazakhstan in April 2015.
On Friday 24 April, the new fully automated terminal of APM Terminals (APMT) in the Maasvlakte 2 industrial zone was officially opened by His Majesty King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands. The King kicked off the opening show by giving an instruction by walkie-talkie.