in each direction
To achieve concrete of such high quality, each formwork component could only be used once. Mixing and casting also had to be carried out extremely carefully – a laborious and costly process, but one that delivered an attractive and durable result. The finished structure was so impressive that the client also arranged for other contractors to come and take a look at our concrete.
During the work the canal remained open to shipping traffic at all times. The nearby industrial estate, railway line and railway bridge also remained in use. Particular attention had to be paid to the railway bridge, as even minimal subsidence could have had major consequences for rail traffic. Vibrations were also monitored in accordance with strict standards. The end result was a process that ran extremely smoothly.
Ronald grew up in an international environment, which also shaped his career in integrated projects. From his design and engineering background, he grew into the project management of large complex projects. He now gratefully uses and masters this experience, in his current role as Managing Director of Ballast Nedam Infra Projects, where a customer-oriented focus is used and employed in tender and project selection.