Total solutions for the industrial market
Ballast Nedam Industriebouw has several disciplines. With the addition of Mechanical and E&I and the existing Civil, it has grown into a renowned multidisciplinary contractor capable of offering total solutions for the industrial market. From small-scale renovations and optimisations to full (large-scale) new construction projects in green and brown fields. The Ballast Nedam IPM department specialises in the construction, renovation and maintenance of filling stations for traditional fuels, LNG, CNG and hydrogen.
How we work with our teams and people who carry out the work distinguishes us in the market. The cohesion of expertise maximises our problem-solving capabilities and guarantees the safe and optimal realisation of each project.
Safety, reliability, speed, flexibility and the delivery of high-quality at low cost are essential values for our company that contribute to the realisation of each project. This, in combination with our many years of experience and knowledge, enables us to bring every project to a successful result.
The character of Ballast Nedam Industriebouw
Industriebouw is a project-driven organisation, meaning that they do more than focus on maintenance contracts. They are fully specialised in realising total projects. This allows them to focus their full attention on total solutions for any desired project. Thanks to their in-house disciplines supplemented with engineering capabilities, they can completely unburden their customers.
Industriebouw attracts people with knowledge and expertise in industrial construction from both Ballast Nedam and beyond. This has allowed the division to develop a specialism within the company. They master all facets of this industry.
A rich history
Ballast Nedam's roots in industrial projects go back to the last century. Important projects from back in the day include the first hydrocracker at ExxonMobil, PER + at SNR (Shell) and PO-11 at Lyondell. Ballast Nedam was already an important partner and contractor in these projects. The basis for the experience and knowledge of our employees, our management and our board was established in those days, and we are convinced that we owe the creation of the current Ballast Nedam Industriebouw B.V. thanks to those projects.
After the acquisition by the Renaissance Group in 2015, it was decided to establish Ballast Nedam Industriebouw as an independent B.V. with its own board of directors. Ballast Nedam Industriebouw has a strong relationship with Renaissance Heavy Industries, the industrial contracting company within the Renaissance Group.
Ballast Nedam Industriebouw has received an Excellent Performance award three times in a row. The award was awarded based on safety, thinking along and unburdening our ExxonMobil maintenance location.
- Nomination steel prize 2020 RET depot Rotterdam
- Nomination architecture prize 2019 RET depot Rotterdam
- Various safety prizes for hours of work without LTI
Also, the Shell location was delivered in Tilburg / Reeshof as one of the most sustainable filling stations in our country.
Ronald Franken has been holding the position of CEO of Ballast Nedam Industriebouw since 2016. He is ultimately responsible for all industrial multidisciplinary projects within Ballast Nedam in Dutch-speaking Europe. In 2016, a close collaboration was established with Renaissance Heavy Industries (part of the Renaissance group) and this has given Ballast Nedam Industriebouw the identity B.V., to operate more decisively together.