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Ney & Partners wins prestigious 2018 Tanaka Award, Tokyo (JP)
(June 12, 2018)

Yutaka Tanaka is a Japanese bridge designer and engineer known because of some of his iconic bridges crossing the Sumido River in Tokyo. He led the Imperial capital reconstruction works after the great Kanto earthquake in 1923. The prize, started in 1966 and honors his pioneering role and is until today the most prestigious prize […]

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Laurent Ney lectures at the « Erstes deutsch-französisches Symposium Brückenbau », Esch-sur-Alzette (LUX)
(June 5, 2018)

The Symposium on ‘Bridge Construction and engineering’ is organized by the german Verlagsgruppe Wiederspahn and takes place at the university of Luxemburg, Belvar campus. The title of Laurent Ney’s presentation is “Bridge stories from here and there”. Four recent projects of Ney & Partners are highlighted in his presentation. Tintagel castle footbridge, Cornwall (UK), Dejima, […]

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Ney & Partners designs cruise terminal to the Scheldt quays, Antwerp (BE)
(June 1, 2018)

From 2020 onwards, Antwerp will welcome sea and river cruises on a new pontoon along the Scheldt quays. The new structure, measuring 350m by 9m, consists of 3 parts and is connected to the mainland via two walkways. Ney & Partners designs the two steel walkways, a glass pavilion, and the 350 m long canopy. […]

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Innovation and Bookelosebridge, Hengelo (NL)
(May 4, 2018)

Boekelosebrug

Last week the pouring of concrete abutment started. Several innovations are being applied to this project, including Engineer and Build in Mixed Reality (EBMR). This new technique, developed by Dura Vermeer and Recreate, makes it possible to project the 3D model of the bridge with the aid of a ‘Hololens’ in the “real world”. https://www.duravermeer.nl/video/promotiefilm-boekelosebrug?utm_campaign=5a2aed923622f14b5c0117ec&utm_content=5ae81c7cea1aac571600a7dc&utm_medium=smarpshare&utm_source=linkedin See also: […]

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