An international consortium has signed a Dutch motorway contract that includes a major bridge over the Pannerdensch Canal as well as dozens of other bridges.
A US$940 million contract has been awarded for the design, construction and maintenance of a stretch of the A9 motorway near Amsterdam.
The design has been completed for a 3D-printed bridge prototype that will be made from a glass-filled thermoplastic PET material combined with continuous glass fibres.
There is still not enough being done in the Netherlands to prevent accidents when remote-controlled bridges are opened, according to a report into injuries suffered by an elderly couple.
Ongoing problems with a new lifting bridge in the Netherlands have required major repair works. Helena Russell reports
Dutch company MX3D's robots have completed the 3D printing of the full span of a stainless steel footbridge.
Port of Rotterdam in the Netherlands has chosen the contracting consortium to build a 4km-long rail viaduct including two arch bridges.
The construction contract has been awarded for a package of six bridges designed by Ney & Partners for a park in the Dutch city of Leiden.
The Dutch government has committed additional funding for renovations of ageing bridges and tunnels.
A new bridge made of biocomposites will be built on the Dutch cycle network in 2018
A contract has been awarded for the renovation of an 80-year-old road bridge in the Dutch city of Nijmegen.
Eindhoven University of Technology has begun ‘printing’ the concrete elements for a 3D-printed cycle bridge that will be built in the Netherlands.
The municipality of Hengelo in the Netherlands has chosen an integral bridge for the replacement of the old Boekelosebrug over the Twente Canal.
A new bicycle bridge will be officially opened this week in the Dutch city of Delft
Watch time-lapse footage of a new bridge being installed over the Amsterdam-Rhine Canal in Utrecht
Weekend operation to demolish old bridge and slide the new one into place.
The official opening takes place today of a new rail station where a major operation took place last year to manoeuvre substantial train deck sections into place.
Shortcomings in preparatory work meant that collapse was inevitable when two barge-mounted cranes attempted to lift a large section of a bridge in the Netherlands last year, an investigation has found.
An 8,400t arch bridge was moved some 400m over the weekend in one of the largest operations of its kind ever seen.
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