The Netherlands

Royal HaskoningDHV is headquartered in the Netherlands. Our experience, commitment to innovation, and involvement in key infrastructure projects has led to close relationships with governments, corporate clients and knowledge centres. Next to our business in the Global Leading Markets (GLMs), which also service clients in the Netherlands, we operate in market segments such as buildings (like hospitals, offices) and public transport, especially rail. We are involved in major future developments. This expertise developed here supports our work globally. At the same time best practices in our GLMs reinforce our position in the Netherlands. This strong position and our broad service portfolio enable us to also offer integrated solutions to address complex transformations that we see with two growth themes: ‘Netherlands in transition’ and ‘Energy transition’. These themes tackle large transformations like integrated area development and energy transition by bringing together all required knowledge domains to come to the best solution with commitment from all stakeholders. Read more on our website.

Efficient and future-proof new hospital building for Tergooi MC 
We have been working with Tergooi Medical Centre to realise their ambitions for a modern, efficient, future-proof hospital that brings together all areas of care. The integrated design we produced draws on our expertise in hospital buildings and areas such as installation, acoustics and fire safety. It also benefits from a decades-long partnership with our client. The single location brings together various outdated facilities. It offers patients connected care and access to the latest medical technology in a building which has 25% less floorspace than all the former locations combined, while servicing a growing number of patients. 

Tergooi Buildings: © William Moore

The smaller floorspace requires less resources and is more efficient to operate. Structures are designed so they can be easily adapted to future needs. A mixture of elements such as solar panels and thermal storage are providing a very good energy performance. Read more on our website.

“After years in the design process, procurement support and construction supervision support, it’s very nice to see this beautiful result. The hospital was officially opened by His Majesty King Willem-Alexander on 26 September 2023.”

Theo Simmerman, Project Leader