Large and well-known structures that DCS has worked on include:
- the Erasmusbrug on Kop van Zuid in Rotterdam
- the Netkous, the light rail flyover along Prinses Beatrixlaan in The Hague
- the floodgates at Krimpen aan den IJssel
In addition to these large projects, DCS also happily takes on small assignments from the local steel manufacturer.
An extraordinary project in The Hague city centre. The light rail flyover on Beatrixlaan is commonly known as the ‘Netkous’ (fishnet stocking), an understandable name given the shape of the construction.
The pillars of DCS
DCS takes on both small and large assignments and has a preference for inventive projects that demand new solutions and an innovative approach. These projects exemplify our roots in the offshore industry. After all, protecting offshore production platforms that are the size of a small city from salty seawater, which accelerates corrosion rates tremendously, is still one of the pillars of DCS.
Do you want to know which innovative solutions we have for your industry? Contact us on +31 (0)168-412750 or use the contact form.
The offshore industry is one of the pillars of DCS
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Floodgates at Krimpen aan den IJssel
DCS contributed towards the renovation of the oldest part of the Delta Works.
Due to its unique shape, the Erasmusbrug is nicknamed ‘The Swan’ and links the Kop van Zuid district to Rotterdam city centre. It is probably the most famous bridge in the Netherlands.