Knowledge event environmental and stakeholder management

On November 29, the now seventh knowledge session took place. This time about environmental and stakeholder management, an important subject for many projects. During this session various presentations were given by two different organizations. Both appealed to the imagination. The subject and the speakers on this afternoon also provided a diverse group of clients, contractors, installation / technology companies and consultancy and engineering firms. Attendees heard a story about a project in which flood risk management is the starting point for the measures taken, from the engineering firm Lievense. Followed by an impressive project in Rotterdam, on the banks of the Maas; Feyenoord City. The project agency has a big challenge that lies ahead. The speakers were not the only ones to speak. Before, during and after the presentations, many took the time to dive into the subject. The afternoon ended with a snack and some drinks accompanied by the attendees who stayed for an enthousiastic chat.


Environmental Management at Lievense

Lievense is a consultancy and engineering firm active in construction, infrastructure, environment and water. Since 2012, Lievense has used Relatics for environmental management within multiple projects such as the maintenance…

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