Entries by ipvDelftcom

German engineering award

On September 24th all partners involved in the Zwolle public transport bridge project were awarded the Thüringer Staatpreis für Ingenieurleistungen 2019. The biannual German engineering award consists of 15000 euro. We designed the S-shaped bridge for Zwolle city council and Dutch railway infrastructure organisation ProRail. The awarded parties are Koninklijke BAM, Setzpfandt, ProRail, Zwolle and […]

contemporary movable bridge completed

The Emmeloord movable bridge has recently been completed. We are very proud of the fact that it has turned out exactly the way we intended it to: contemporary and clean. All machinery and technical installations are fully integrated, allowing the bridge to have a clear and clean appearance. The bridge design is an architectural take […]

Landezine Award for depoldering Noordwaard project

The Depoldering Noordwaard project has been awarded with the Landezine International Landscape Award in the Infrastructure category! In collaboration with West8 architects we designed all 30+ bridges for this interesting project, as well as 10+ pumping stations. The award ceremony will be on September 20th in Geneva.

ipv Delft on Forbes.com

US based media company Forbes has picked up on our publication about the Zwolle public transport bridge. Transport and infrastructure journalist Carlton Reid wrote an interesting article on both the Zwolle bridge and various other ipv Delft projects. Outstanding free publicity for us! And a good read for anyone interested in infrastructure and bridge design.

feasibility study Causeway Bridge, Perth

The Western Australia Department of Transport has recently appointed us designated architect for the feasibility study of a new bicycle and pedestrian bridge across the Swan River in Perth. The existing Causeway Bridge will in future altered to allow more traffic as well as public transport, leaving no room for cyclists and pedestrians. Cyclists and […]

Neckarbrücke Heidelberg

For a competition in Heidelberg we designed a bicycle connection spanning the river Neckar and two adjoining roads. The design comprises a continuous hovering ribbon over 500 meters in length. It features three arches that gently mirror the Odenwald mountains and form a gateway to the city of Heidelberg. With separate lanes for cyclists and […]

Canada and US tour

Adriaan Kok has recently been on a tour in the US and Canada, promoting our expertise and sharing insights and advice on bicycle infrastructure. Among the cities visited were Indianapolis, Saint Louis, Boston, Toronto and Richmond to name a few. Field trips such as these were also part of the programme. Want to know more […]

the story behind the Nigtevecht bridge

As much as pictures can tell a story, there is more to say about the Nigtevecht bicycle bridge project than pictures and basic data can show. That’s why we have asked Diane Daniel to interview senior designer Ivo Mulders on how the project came about. You can read the interview on the project page.

landmark bicycle bridge completed

The N274 bicycle bridge near the village of Schinveld in the Netherlands has officially been opened. The result of a collaboration with renowned Dutch artist Marijke de Goey marks the northern entrance to the Parkstad area in the southern province of Limburg. The entire structure is in cast-in-situ concrete.

designer tells all… interview with Johan Büdgen

American journalist Diane Daniels has interviewed some of our senior designers about the iconic bridges they have recently designed and seen completed. The first of those interviews has now been published right here on our website. It’s focus is on the Rijswijk swing bridge and you can find it on the project page.