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Witteveen+Bos partner 3D printing concrete constructions (27-10-2015)

Eindhoven university of Technolgogy (TU/e) demonstrated their new concrete printer, last Thursday 22 October. This printer will be used for an ambitious research study on the possibilities of printing sustainable concrete constructions. The study attracts national and

Dutch consortium working on master plan for port in Benin (16-10-2015)

In September 2015, the Dutch embassy in Cotonou (Benin) commissioned a Dutch consortium consisting of engineering and consultancy firm Witteveen+Bos and Maritime & Transport Business Solutions B.V. (MTBS) to prepare a strategic master plan for the development of the port of

Building Underground course, Singapore (15-10-2015)

Urbanisation comes with several challenges for society and specifically for engineers all over the world. On 30 November and 1 December, Professor Theo Salet shares his knowledge on creating new urban spaces by building underground, in a two-day course in Singapore.

Witteveen+Bos employee Lonneke Cheung wins ESCL Master Thesis Prize (02-10-2015)

On Friday 2 October 2015, Lonneke Cheung of international engineering and consultancy firm Witteveen+Bos won first place at the Master Thesis Prizes of the European Society of Construction Law (ESCL) in London. In its report, the jury described Cheung’s research on trust

Jaap van der Graaf Award on best article on the urban water system (29-09-2015)

On 8 January 2016 the Jaap van der Graaf Award will be awarded for the seventh time. This prize will be awarded to the student or researcher who wrote the best article in English in 2015 about the urban water system. The prize, which is awarded annually, consists of a cheque of

Renzo Martens wins Art+Technology Award 2015 (31-08-2015)

Renzo Martens is the fourteenth winner of the Witteveen+Bos Art+Technology Award. Martens (1973) is a Dutch artist and documentary maker who was nominated by the jury because his art highlights the social, political and economic impact of technology on society. The award will be

Witteveen+Bos to open regional office in United Kingdom (01-07-2015)

Engineering and consultancy firm Witteveen+Bos is establishing a new regional office in London, United Kingdom. The main focus will initially be on resilient infrastructures: the new office will harness British and Dutch planning, design and engineering expertise to tailor

Witteveen+Bos and Grontmij helping to create a safe human environment in Myanmar (30-06-2015)

The South-East Asian nation of Myanmar (formerly known as Burma) is situated in a river delta. Every year, the country is confronted with droughts, flooding and other water-related problems. In order to tackle these issues and strengthen the position of the Dutch private sector

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