The tram network operated by the Flemish public transport company De Lijn needed to be modernised and improved to allow for more and different types of vehicles in the future.
The Ghent tram network (35 km double track) was not fit to deploy the new Hermelijn tramcars.
For this project of the Flemish public transport company De Lijn, we will carry out the studies and produce the specifications required to draw up a DBFM contract for three...read more
At the end of the eastern breakwater, a new radar tower is being built to provide a better service to shipping.
In order to allow the safe nautical access of new generation of container vessels to the ECT terminal along the left bank of the Amazonehaven in the Port of Rotterdam...read more
With the Strategic Harbour Infrastructure Project (SHIP) the Flemish government wants to improve the accessibility of the Port of Zeebrugge and in the meanwhile develop new designated areas for harbour...read more
The lack of storage capacity in Belgium, the saturation of the existing LNG jetty and the changes going on on the LNG market made Fluxys decide to build a second...read more
The renovation of the quay wall CHZ (Container Handling Zeebrugge).
The project is part of the conversion of the port area between the Voorhaven and the Zeewezendok into the so-called 'Renewable Energy Base Ostend' (REBO).
The new lock at Ivoz Ramet on the Meuse River near Liege is part of the project to develop a network of trans-European inland waterways.
In 2001, Bruxelles Mobilité assigned the consortium made up of Tractebel (Tractebel Engineering) and Espaces-Mobilités the task of performing an ambitious prospective and multidisciplinary study into the theme of...read more
It was in the late 1990s when Tractebel drafted the first mobility plan for the city of Ghent. The key principles set out in it related to public transport, parking...read more
The purpose of the project which involves resizing the River Lys crossing through the city of Courtrai (Belgium) (“Leiewerken – Doortocht Kortrijk”) is to expand and deepen the Lys, and...read more
Zoutleeuw (Belgium) town council commissioned Tractebel with planning and renovating various cycle paths.
The city of Hasselt (Belgium)decided not only to construct a new sewer system in Luikersteenweg, but also to tackle the traffic situation on it.
The aim of the European Seine-Scheldt project is to create a trans-European network for water transport. This also includes redeveloping the River Lys crossing. The Lys needs to be widened...read more
Tractebel was commissioned by AWV Antwerpen to carry out a study on the infrastructure of the R1 Ring road as part of structural maintenance. This massive renovation project entailed numerous...read more
The new train connection between Paris and Strasbourg covers a journey of 405 km and is part of Europe’s high-speed rail network. This project deploys state-of-the-art technologies for the tracks...read more
port of Piraeus, the biggest in Athens, underwent renovation and expansion. This involved building two fully automated container terminals for Super-Post Panamax ships.
As part of developing the future city of Lusail in Qatar, some materials were initially supplied via a temporary landing stage in the southern corner of the project area.
CIVITAS ELAN belongs to the third generation of CIVITAS projects, called CIVITAS +. Various consortia have been formed within CIVITAS +. Each consortium comprises a group of cities which are...read more
When moving to its new offices Electrabel GDF Suez seized the opportunity to launch a more sustainable travel policy for its employees. In actually fact, the new site is right...read more
As a result of the Decree adopted by the Flanders Government on 3 July 2009, it is now compulsory in Flanders, in the case of plans or projects with a...read more
GEN (Brussels Regional Express Network) services will be running around Brussels, thereby significantly improving public transport between the capital and its suburbs.