It’s winter, but work continues on the Fehmarnbelt tunnel.
Ramboll, Royal HaskoningDHV and Witteveen+Bos establish a co-operation agreement
Ramboll, Royal HaskoningDHV and Witteveen+Bos establish a co-operation agreement – signing co-operation agreement (Credits: Royal HaskoningDHV)
The three companies are joining forces to develop state of the art tunnel solutions enabling safe, reliable, and enduring mobility infrastructure underground.
This agreement combines the advanced capabilities within planning and design of tunnels and underground structures. Royal HaskoningDHV, Witteveen+Bos, and Ramboll are global market leaders and tier one providers of design services and consultancy within tunnel projects, and they will be able to provide world class multidisciplinary consultancy and technical advisory for the whole asset lifecycle for tunnels – from early planning and feasibility, through to the final design, asset management and decommissioning planning and provisions.
“I’m extremely pleased that our three companies have signed up to even closer collaboration. It means that clients will benefit from a comprehensive, state-of-the-art service offering, access to the most qualified tunnel specialists, and an unrivalled global track record spanning over three decades,” says Niek Joustra from Royal HaskoningDHV
Innovative and sustainable approach
The new agreement will open up future project possibilities worldwide and builds on the successful partnering and collaboration, working together on the world’s longest immersed tunnel, The Fehmarnbelt connecting Denmark with Germany.
“Innovation is the cornerstone of our collaboration. As with our work on Fehmarnbelt, we will push current engineering standards to overcome complex technical challenges, unlock new opportunities, and create the best solutions in partnership with our clients,” says Rinze Herrema from Witteveen+Bos.
The co-operation agreement took effect from 1 January 2024 and it brings together a combined work force of more than 25,000 highly capable engineers.
Lead best practice in sustainability and resilience
“Ramboll, Royal HaskoningDHV and Witteveen+Bos will also look to lead best practice in sustainability and resilience in tunnel engineering and design, including a committed emphasis on regenerative design principles to reduce the environmental impact and increase the life span of existing and new tunnels, as well as the use of eco-friendly and recyclable materials, and a focus on preserving biodiversity," explains Asger KnudsenExecutive Director Transport at Ramboll.
Source: Royal HaskoningDHV
The number of women working in trade positions in Queensland’s resources sector jumped by almost 40 per cent in the last financial year, now accounting for a record 13 per cent of all trade roles, the Queensland Resources Council (QRC) said today.
South Harz Potash Limited (ASX:SHP) (South Harz or the Company) advises that existing non-executive director, Mr Len Jubber, has been appointed to the role of Non-Executive Chairman, effective from 1 February 2024.
- The facility in the west-central Mexican state Aguascalientes will increase regional manufacturing capacities, generating in its first stage 200 new jobs
- Philip Nelles, Member of Continental’s Executive Board for the Group Sector ContiTech: “Strengthening our industry business in the Americas region is a focus for us. It underlines our strategic approach to become the innovation leader and full range supplier for hydraulic hoses”
- The construction of the plant is planned to begin in the second half of 2024
The German technology company Continental has announced, together with the governor of Aguascalientes, the construction of its new hydraulic hose plant for industrial purposes. The planned investment is of around 90 million dollars and is one of the biggest investments for Continental’s Group Sector ContiTech in 2024.
From first Ideas to Implementation – Satisfaction is guaranteed when we are enthusiastic about what we construct!
Enthusiasm about what we do when we build something is an important key to job satisfaction; communicating this to others, valuing people we deal with, and attracting skilled personnel in future gen...
As a result of demographic trends and the huge challenge that climate change has brought to society many of the companies involved in the geotechnical engineering, tunnel construction and mineral ex...
In the Brenner Base Tunnel, the innovative DT923i tunnel drill rig from In the Brenner Base Tunnel, the innovative DT923i tunnel drill rig from Sandvik is in use for the first time in Central Europe...
World’s longest Railway Tunnel Project – supported by innovative Conveyor Digitalisation and reliable Engineering
17. October 2022 (2413 Clicks)
The consortium BTC Brennero Tunnel Construction and the Hosch Group jointly delivered on a world-class tunnelling project by combining excellent engineering with the innovative remote monitoring system Hoschiris Discover.
22. June 2022 (16615 Clicks)
Die Aufgabe der Buchreihe „Dokumentation der technischen Entwicklung bei der RAG“ ist es, das in den vergangenen 50 Jahren im deutschen Steinkohlenbergbau erlangte Fachwissen zu sichern, zu verbreiten und künftigen technischen Entwicklungen Impulse zu geben. Über das Sammeln von Daten und Fakten hinaus stellt die auf insgesamt acht Bücher angelegte Reihe wichtiges Fach- und Lehrmaterial für Betrieb, Praxis und Studium dar.
13.02.2024 (1932 Clicks)
11.02.2024 (381 Clicks)
05.02.2024 (156 Clicks)
15.02.2024 (133 Clicks)