9-10 November 2017, Rotterdam, the Netherlands
On Wednesday 8 November a technical visit will be organised to the largest monumental inland waterway lock in the Netherlands, the Princess Beatrix Lock, which is to be expanded after 77 years. Due to the increasing number of large ships passing through this lock, a third chamber will be constructed and the Lek Canal will be widened in the vicinity of Nieuwegein.
The site visit will be hosted Jan De Nul, member of the Project company Sas van Vreeswijk (SPC), which is responsible for the design, realization, financing and the maintenance of the Beatrix Lock for a period of 27 years. Read more...
There will be a small extra charge for this optional technical visit (€ 50 excl. VAT).
Last update: 7 June 2017