Royal Haskoning’s experience and expertise in marine and maritime civil engineering is world renowned.
Specialising in docks and shipyards, ports and terminals, road networks, tunnels and bridges, we work closely with our clients to design, plan and build safe, sustainable and environmentally sound maritime constructions in the United Kingdom and around the globe.
With a company history that spans over 125 years, we have worked with a prestigious client base which includes the Ministry of Defence, British Waterways and the London Dockland Development Corporation, making us literally, the first port of call for specialist marine and maritime projects. Royal Haskoning is currently undertaking two of the world’s largest shipyard schemes in Mumbai, India and Duqm in Oman.
Bridges play a vital role in transport infrastructure by providing road, rail and pedestrian links across transport arteries and rivers, saving time, fuel and reducing congestion.
The ground represents the greatest uncertainty and hence the greatest risk for most construction projects. Early identification of potential ground related problems allows these risks to be managed effectively so as to avoid costly and time consuming delays during the construction process.
Permits and Licensing
Ports are subject to a wide range of environmental legislation. This legislation puts pressure on ports to act more responsibly so there is little wonder that improved environmental management is fast becoming a key requirement for port developers and operators.
Ports and terminals
As one of the most experienced and respected designers of maritime facilities in the UK and across the globe, our civil engineers are responsible for some of world’s busiest ports, harbours, marinas and waterside developments.
Shipyards and Docks
Royal Haskoning is synonymous with shipyard and drydock engineering, responsible for the design of drydocks and related infrastructure of all types and size throughout the world for over 30 years.