Projects with a CO₂-related award advantage

A16 Motorway De Groene Boog (The Netherlands)

In Rotterdam-North, as part of the De Groene Boog consortium, BESIX is participating in the construction of the A16, a new motorway with a 100% energy-neutral tunnel. This sustainable and innovative motorway fits perfectly into its surroundings and will significantly improve access to Rotterdam.

Implementation period: 2019 - 2024 (maintenance until 2044)
Client: Rijkswaterstaat

Consult here the detailed CO2 project plan.

Suurhoff Bridge (The Netherlands)

The Suurhoff Bridge on the A15 connects the banks of the Hartel Canal in Rotterdam and is an indispensable link for the Maasvlakte and Europoort. Since its opening in 1973, the bridge's load of car traffic has increased due to the growth of freight traffic. It must therefore be replaced in the near future.

The Suurhoffbrug project consists of renovating the existing bridge for car traffic and installing a temporary new bridge to relieve the existing bridge, so that it can last for the next 10 years. The new bridge also includes a two-way cycle path.

The joint venture 'Stipt' consists of the companies Dura Vermeer, Mobilis, BESIX and Hollandia. Stipt is renovating the existing bridge, building the abutments for the bridge, placing the girders and ensuring that the roads and cycle paths connect properly to the bridges.

Client: Rijkswaterstaat

Consult here the detailed CO2 project plan.

Bediencentrale Den Haag (The Netherlands)

The project, located in Scheveningen, covers the design, construction and maintenance for 15 years of the control centre in the Hague. The Hague Control Centre is the control room for the operations of the Hubertustunnel, the Koningstunnel, the Victory Boogie Woogie tunnel, three movable bridges and for the guidance of maritime traffic. The project will be carried out by the BESIX-Vialis joint venture.

Client: City of The Hague

Consult here the detailed CO2 project plan

Beatrix Lock (The Netherlands)

The project covers the design and construction of a third chamber at the existing Princess Beatrix Lock, including widening of the Lek Canal in Nieuwegein. The Sas van Vreeswijk consortium is also responsible for the maintenance of the entire lock complex for a period of 27 years.

Implementation period: 2016 - 2019 (maintenance until 2046)
Client: Rijkswaterstaat

Consult here the detailed CO2 project plan.

RWZI Tiel (The Netherlands)

Renovation of an existing sewage treatment plant in Tiel.

Implementation period: 2018-2019
Client: Rivierenland Water Board

Consult here the detailed CO2 project plan.