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Centre Point of Indonesia, Makassar

Centre Point of Indonesia is an iconic 157-hectare land reclamation project for both the Makassar area and eastern Indonesia. It will be the first waterfront development in eastern Indonesia. The reclaimed land will be in the shape of the Garuda Bird, the national emblem of

Consultancy contract for Fehmarn Belt Fixed Link

The client consultancy contract for the Fehmarn Belt Fixed Link project has been awarded to Ramboll, Arup and TEC. This project involves the construction of a combined road and rail tunnel between Germany and Denmark. At 18 kilometres, it will be the longest sunken tunnel in the

3D printing in Dubai

Witteveen+Bos is investing in the development and application of 3D printing techniques in the construction industry, and wants to gain insight into innovative production methods and put them to use in our projects. In mid-2015, we therefore decided to take part in a large-scale

Extra treatment phase to remove drugs from wastewater

Domestic wastewater often contains traces of the medications that people take. In January 2017, Witteveen+Bos, Delft University of Technology, Nijhuis Water Technology, STOWA and Waternet launched a laboratoryscale research project to test an innovative new method of removing

Plant 3D software for piping engineers

An Autodesk software package called Plant 3D was recently installed at the Witteveen+Bos office in Atyrau, Kazakhstan. The software enables piping engineers to improve the quality of their piping and plant designs in less time. Besides piping and equipment, Plant 3D is also

Good company results in 2016

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, the new director of Witteveen+Bos

The nomination of Stephan van der Biezen (born 1970) as director of Witteveen+Bos N.V. was confirmed by the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders. He therefore joins Managing Director Karin Sluis to form the Board of Directors with effect from 5 April 2017. Stephan succeeds

Planning and design of cycling infrastructure in Singapore

Witteveen+Bos and Singapore-based design and engineering consultancy Surbana Jurong are planning and designing the cycling network in the city’s Ang Mo Kio district for Singapore’s Land Transport Authority (LTA). The project aims to create a cycling network that will enable

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