WITTEVEEN+BOS RAADGEVENDE INGENIEURS B.V.
Địa chỉ: 91 Nguyen Huu Canh Street, Binh Thanh District, Ho Chi Minh City - Quy mô:
1.000-4.999 nhân viên
History and Area of Expertises Witteveen+Bos is Dutch consultancy and engineering firm established in 1946 in Deventer and has its presence in Southeast Asia region for 40 years. MISSION, VISION AND STRATEGY The world faces many challenges such as flood risks, ongoing urbanisation and the depletion of natural resources. As an engineering consultancy, we are keen to make a contribution to resolving these issues by placing our expertise at the service of society and to contribute to the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations. Mission We have a clear mission statement: ‘Witteveen+Bos offers its clients value-added consultancy and top-quality designs for water, infrastructure, environment and construction projects. We use our high-end expertise to resolve complex issues and are a committed partner for our clients. We attach great importance to our independence and to our corporate culture, which allows all our employees to excel, utilise their talents to the full, and maximise value for clients.’ Vision Witteveen+Bos is an engineering consultancy that seeks to offer the very highest level of quality, because we believe that a commitment to excellence is key to developing sustainable solutions for today’s challenges. We aim to be very good at what we do. Our staff are experts in their respective disciplines and pursue ongoing innovation. We work with expert partners and maintain a culture of entrepreneurship and trust in order to foster talent development and growth. Clients Both public- and private-sector clients call on us to help resolve the challenges they face. We provide advice to contractors, engineering and architectural firms, energy and water companies, railway and port authorities, and industry. In the public sector, we work for national governments, water boards, and provincial and local authorities. Our activities cover the entire chain, from policy-making and design to contracting and supervising the performance of work. We aim to establish long-term relationships with our clients that enable us to meet their needs and expectations as effectively as possible while delivering maximum added value. Organisational structure Witteveen+Bos has almost 1100 employees, based in six cities in the Netherlands and more than ten international offices in other countries. All are close to our clients, projects, partners and the employment market. Over 30 small organisational units – the Product-Market Combinations or PMCs – are responsible for contract management and acquisition. These PMCs are clustered into four business lines: Built Environment; Deltas, Coasts and Rivers; Energy, Water and Environment; and Infrastructure and Mobility. Staff from various disciplines and different countries work closely alongside each other, thus ensuring that our knowledge and experience are readily available worldwide. Knowledge and innovation Leading expertise is essential in order to devise sustainable solutions to complex challenges in the field of water, infrastructure, the environment and construction. Witteveen+Bos maintains excellent contacts with educational and knowledge institutions. We also organise various meetings and symposia to encourage the development of new knowledge and to promote innovation. In our projects, we consciously address the impact of our decisions on people and society. Witteveen+Bos has developed six sustainable design principles. These principles are applied to the greatest possible extent in our projects to ensure that our designs are climate-proof and nature-based, that we take the entire chain into consideration, and that we involve all stakeholders and end-users. Collaboration The issues we tackle are becoming increasingly complex. To devise sustainable solutions to these challenges, our staff work in multidisciplinary project teams alongside colleagues from various backgrounds. Good cooperation is essential, both within the company and with external partners. In many cases, cooperation has been formalised in strategic alliances or joint ventures with other leading consultancies and complementary organisations. Examples include Tunnel Engineering Consultants, Railinfra Solutions, and the Strategic European Expertise Network (SEEN). Witteveen+Bos is also an active member of EcoShape and Duurzaam GWW, two consortiums of government authorities, private-sector organisations and research institutes working on sustainable solutions in the fields of hydraulic engineering and road and railway construction.