A-Lanes A15 Maasvlakte – Vaanplein
A-Lanes A15 B.V. provides infrastructures construction services. The Company constructs bridges, highways, and commercial industries. A-Lanes A15 serves clients in the Netherlands.
The A15 highway that connects Maasvlakte to Vaanplein intersection has been expanded between 2011-2015. The project consisted expanding the capacity of 37 kilometer highway, realisation and renovation of several tunnels and bridges including the new Botlekbridge. The A-Lanes A15 consortium (Ballast Nedam, John Laing, Strabag and Strukton) is responsible for designing, constructing, financing and maintaining the project for a period of 20 years. Aiber has fulfilled multiple roles in SPC, EPC and Maintenance Company.
Commissioned by Rijkswaterstaat, the SAAone consortium is realizing the A1 / A6 Diemen – Almere project Havendreef. The project is part of the Schiphol – Amsterdam – Almere road extension. The start of realization is planned for 2014.
The road extension of the A1 / A6 takes place over a distance of 20 kilometers. So get the A1 and the A6 between junction Diemen and the Hollandse Brug both 2×5 lanes. The A6 gets from the Hollandse Brug up to and including the Hoge Ring near Almere 4×2 lanes. There will be one on the entire route A1 / A6two lane changeover lane. In addition, there will be an aqueduct below the Vecht near Muiden and Muiderberg junction will be adjusted.
Schiphol-Amsterdam-Almere Rijkswaterstaat will broaden the (busy) highways on the Schiphol route in the coming year. This keeps the region accessible. Rijkswaterstaat is also improving the quality of life along the highways. The work will last until 2020. More information about the project A1 / A6 Diemen – Almere Havendreef can be found on the Rijkswaterstaat website.
Baak Blankenburg-Verbinding BV
BAAK Blankenburg-Verbinding B.V. provides infrastructure construction services. The Company constructs bridges, highways, and commercial industries. A-Lanes A15 serves clients in the Netherlands
With the Blankenburg Connection the Rotterdam region will get a third crucial connection between North and South. This will link the A20 at Vlaardingen to the A15 in the port area, giving rise to a number of significant positive impacts on the accessibility and economic situation of the entire region. Rijkswaterstaat has commissioned consortium Ballast Nedam DEME and Macquarie Capital, to create this new and impressive connection. It will feature two intersections, a land tunnel and a tunnel beneath the River Scheur.
During the PFI award show in London BAAK-Blankenburg-Verbinding B.V. won in the category ‘Europe Transport Deal of the Year’. At this annual awards show, prizes are awarded for worldwide projects that have been distinctive in the field of project financing.
WaakSaam manages and maintains waterways, roads, bridges, greenery, buildings and sites in the Kop van Noord-Holland until June 2025 on behalf of the province of Noord-Holland. In addition, They provide tailor-made advice to improve the functioning and performance of the area, so that it increasingly meets the wishes and needs. WaakSaam is also responsible for the management and maintenance of the provincial waterways. The activities range from dredging to the maintenance of locks and bank structures.
De Groene Boog
To improve access to and quality of life in the Rotterdam region, Rijkswaterstaat (RWS) has decided to construct a new motorway: the A16, along the northeast periphery of Rotterdam.
A combination of BESIX, Dura Vermeer, Van Oord, John Laing, Rebel and TBI, named ‘De Groene Boog’ is responsible for designing, building and pre-financing the project as well as managing a twenty-year maintenance period. By the end of 2024, the A16 will reopen to traffic.
Coentunnel Company BV constructs and expands roadways to ease traffic flow. The Company builds tunnels and limits the type of hazardous materials that can be transported through its facilities. Coentunnel Company also constructs connection roads between its tunnels.Coentunnel Company consists of seven partners – seven parties that proved a perfect match in terms of knowledge, quality and reliability. Together, they determine the course of the professional and decisive team, which has enough power to successfully manage a major project such as this, both in financial and technical terms – and from design to delivery. Now and also in 2037.
Noaber18 builds and maintains the Nieuwe Twenteroute (N18) between Groenlo and Enschede on behalf of Rijkswaterstaat. Noaber18 is a contraction of “noaber” and N18. Noaberschap (Achterhoeks and Twents) is the totality of the joint noabers (neighbors) in a small social community. The obligatory obligation applies within the naming profession. This implies the obligation to assist noabers in advice and action if necessary. Noabership is about living together, working together and being ready for each other based on trust.
Noaber18 is a combination of VolkerInfra PPP and DIF. VolkerInfra was founded by four VolkerWessels companies: KWS, Van Hattum and Blankevoort, Vialis and VolkerRail. DIF is an independent Dutch investor in infrastructure projects at home and abroad.
Parkway 6 is a combination that broadens the A6 in Almere on behalf of Rijkswaterstaat. The A6 will be widened from 2 x 2 lanes to 4 x 2 lanes. 8 new viaducts are being built and 5 existing viaducts will be widened. The underlying road network is also being adjusted, particularly in the Weerwater area. A complete picture of the future situation can be seen via the 3D visualisations on their own website. The main aim of the company and project is the widening of the A6 between Almere Havendreef and Almere Buiten-Oost.
IXAS Gaasperdammerweg B.V.
IXAS Gaasperdammerweg B.V. is a construction company based out of Muntbergweg 22, AMSTERDAM, Netherlands. IXAS is carrying out the A9 Gaasperdammerweg project for Rijkswaterstaat. IXAS is a joint venture between Ballast Nedam, Fluor, Heijmans and 3i, established for the A9 Gaasperdammerweg project. This is a DBFM contract. After the road extension has been realized, the consortium is responsible for management and maintenance for 20 years. Immediately after completion, the park will be transferred to the municipality of Amsterdam.
Rijkswaterstaat, part of the Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment of the Government of the Netherlands has announced VEENIX consortium as the winner for the concession of A9 road. The A9 BaHo project is the final stage in the overarching Schiphol-Amsterdam-Almere (SAA) corridor, designed to improve connections between Schiphol airport, the city of Amsterdam and the city of Almere, a major residential area for commuters working in Amsterdam, and it is also part of the core TEN-T network on the North Sea – Baltic corridor.
The A9 BaHo project consists of the widening from 2×3-lane to 2×4-lane of 10.5km of the existing A9 motorway section between the recently reconfigured Badhoevedorp interchange and Holendrecht interchange (A2), in a heavily built-up and congested area near Amsterdam.
Ballast Nedam is a development and construction company and projects are our core business. Ballast Nedam strives to be the most competitive construction company. Through a direct and open dialogue with our customers and partners, we develop future-proof buildings and infrastructure: from dream to realisation. This is linked to our smart view of cost efficiency, technology and global expertise as well as our focus on operational excellence. This is how we come up with ground-breaking solutions.
The projects on which we focus include a major part of our built environment and ensure diversification within the group. Projects in which we, as Ballast Nedam make a difference for our clients through specialist knowledge and expertise. We industrialise the construction process by using innovative modular concepts and standardising our approach.
Ballast Nedam is part of the Renaissance Group.
Strukton is a construction and rail company with more than 6,200 employees and a turnover of € 1.6 billion in 2013. Strukton is involved in the design, financing, construction, management and maintenance of infrastructure and accommodation. It is part of Oranjewoud N.V., the listed holding company of which Antea Group is also a part.
The Combinatie Rotterdamsebaan has devoted a great deal of attention in its design to the various sustainability aspects, such as design and integration into the landscape, air quality and energy consumption. This all comes together in the Rotterdamsebaan project .Commissioned by the municipality of The Hague, They are building this new road with the most sustainable tunnel in the Netherlands.
The accessibility of The Hague is largely dependent on the Utrechtsebaan (A12). Now 40% of the traffic that enters and exits the city daily through this road. As a result, traffic jams on the Utrechtsebaan every day. Residential areas in The Hague, Rijswijk and Leidschendam-Voorburg will then also be full of shortage traffic. The Rotterdamsebaan will change that. The Rotterdamsebaan makes The Hague and the region more accessible by connecting the motorways (A4 / A13) and the center ring of The Hague. The traffic to and from the motorways can thus be better distributed and the pressure on the Utrechtsebaan will be reduced.
VolkerWessels Infra Competence Center
At VolkerWessels Infra Competence Center all expertise of the VolkerWessels Infrastructure companies comes together to unambiguously realize large infrastructure projects. The projects, where rail (VolkerRail), road (KWS), civil (Van Hattum and Blankevoort) and technical installations (Vialis) come together (multidisciplinary), require an integrated approach in the field of project management, design management, process management, asset management, digitization and computerization. VolkerWessels Infra Competence Center; Connect, Renew, Craftsmanship.
Dura Vermeer is active company in construction, infrastructure, engineering and services. They develop at own risk, realise and operate projects commissioned by third parties. Dura Vermeer stands out and has an innovative method of working. Together with their partners they offer industry-leading, integrated and sustainable solutions for a wide range of building projects. This makes us them a sound partner for business relations, with a focus on continuity and sustainability.
Dura Vermeer keeps applying and expanding its 160 years of knowledge and experience and uses its professional expertise to contribute optimally to its clients’ ambitions in the future too.