The revenue realised by international engineering and consultancy firm Witteveen+Bos N.V. continues to show an upward trend, from nearly EUR 130 million in 2015 to EUR 137 million in 2016. The net result amounted to EUR 15.7 million, demonstrating the company’s financial
Stephan van der Biezen has been nominated by the Board of Directors of Witteveen+Bos as a new director of the engineering and consultancy firm. The announcement was made at a meeting of the entire workforce on 16 February 2017. Van der Biezen will succeed Henk Nieboer who has
In 2012 Lourens Meijer completed a detailed account of the global potential of hydropower during his graduation internship at Witteveen+Bos for his study at TU Delft. The results of the research were published in the scientific journal PLOS One on Wednesday, 8 February 2017.
Witteveen+Bos and Singapore-based design and engineering consultancy Surbana Jurong were recently awarded a contract by Singapore’s Land Transport Authority (LTA) for the planning and design of the cycling network in the city’s Ang Mo Kio district. The project aims to create
The Jaap van der Graaf Award was presented to Heleen de Fooij MSc on 13 January 2017, during the 69th Drinking Water and Waste water Symposium (‘Vakantiecursus’) at Delft University of Technology. This annual prize is given in recognition of the best English-language article
On Friday 25 November a team of water experts from Witteveen+Bos has concluded a first visit to the city of Alappuzha in the Indian state of Kerala. The mission was initiated and supported by the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in India upon a request by the Government
During the Dutch trade mission to Indonesia this week 'Building with Nature' features prominently as a promising sustainable and participatory design approach for water and coastal management in Indonesia. Dutch and Indonesian ministers will visit the large-scale demonstration
The study Witteveen+Bos recently conducted for Royal Port S.A. in order to ascertain the feasibility of a new port on the mouth of the Magdalena River near Barranquilla, Colombia, shows that the port is technically and nautically feasible. Among other things a nautical