Entries by ipvDelftcom

meet us in Australia!

Our very own Adriaan Kok will be a speaker at the 8th Australian Small Bridges Conference in November! Check out the accepted abstracts for this interesting conference. Perhaps we will meet you there…

two projects on shortlist Footbridge Awards!

Two of our projects have been shortlisted for the Footbridge Awards 2017: Waalhaven footbridge and the movable bridge we designed for Rijswijk. The winner will be announced on the first day of the Footbridge 2017 conference in Berlin at the beginning of September.

ipv Delft at Velo-city 2017 – June 13-16

For those interested in bicycle infrastructure and bicycle related policy and design, the international Velo-city conference is a must. Next week, the Dutch cities of Arnhem and Nijmegen are hosting Velo-city 2017. Of course, ipv Delft is there! We are hosting a CROW-session called Meet the makers, focusing on the Hovenring design and the Brief Dutch Design […]

Zwolle public transport bridge

We are proud to announce that our design for the public transport bridge across the railway tracks near Zwolle central station has been chosen as the overall winner in a design & build competition. Dutch building firm BAM Infra Regio Civiel will be the main contractor for this large-scale project.

bright red footbridge

Crossing a marshalling yard on the edge of the Port of Rotterdam, this new pedestrian bridge is a long and much needed recreational connection between city and port. Its structure is slender and efficient, and refers to the typical container cranes of the nearby port.

Taichung bicycle bridge

Our design for a bicycle and pedestrian bridge in the Taiwanese city of Taichung is set to be built by the end of 2017. The Construction Bureau of Taichung city, Taiwan is planning to create a 20 kilometre long leisure path crossing the towns eastern side. America based landscape design office American G&D Group was […]

Hovenring in Wired magazine

The Hovenring has earned the Dutch city of Eindhoven 4th place in Wired magazine’s list of 8 cities that show you what the future will look like. Of course, we couldn’t agree more… Check out the article.