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Innovative entrepreneurship

In order to promote entrepreneurship, Witteveen+Bos has defined ‘innovation’ as a spearhead. In 2017, we set up the Plus+ innovation programme to develop new and relevant ideas, convert them quickly into market-ready products, and help our employees apply them.

Fire Safety Engineering in Virtual Reality

As part of the Witteveen+Bos Plus+ innovation programme, the concept of presenting the results of fire safety engineering calculations in a Virtual Reality environment has been developed into a concrete, innovative product. The resulting tool is called ‘Fire Safety Engineering

Offshore Centre in Port of Rotterdam

The Port of Rotterdam Authority is developing a new area of the Princess Alexia Port (part of the Maasvlakte II land reclamation project) into a large Offshore Centre that will be the first facility of its size in Europe. The site will accommodate suppliers and construction

Pellet softening

Over the past few years, Witteveen+Bos and the Danish firm NIRAS Consulting Engineers have joined forces to contribute to a variety of successful water treatment projects. The latest collaborative projects are focused on the application of pellet softening technology in water

EFquanet efficient drinking water distribution

In Western Europe, people take it for granted that hardly any water leaks out of the drinking water supply system. However, this is not the case in many other regions of the world. In Africa, Asia, Latin America and Eastern Europe as well as in the UK and the US, large

Framework agreement

In October 2017, Kadam Environmental Consultants (KEC) and Witteveen+Bos signed a framework agreement for environmental projects in India. KEC focuses on environmental engineering services and has an extensive network of industrial and publicsector clients in India.

Bridge competition in Estonia

An international consortium consisting of Plein06, Witteveen+Bos and Novarc Group has won the international design competition for an iconic openable pedestrian bridge in the centre of Tallinn’s old harbour. The design contest was held to mark the centenary of Estonia’s 1918

Human Cities Coalition towards liveable megacities

At the Amsterdam International Water Week in October 2017, Witteveen+Bos and a number of other leading players in the Dutch water infrastructure sector signed a Memorandum of Understanding. The signatories committed to making megacities all over the world more liveable, with

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