Several projects in the Infrastructure market have been completed by Leerkes Engineering for different clients (in no particular order):
Stork Nederland, a subsidiary of Fluor, is a leading global technical service provider offering a diverse range of mechanical and electrical services. With a workforce of approximately 75,000 individuals across more than 100 countries, they engage in a wide array of projects every day. These range from renovating gas production sites, conducting maintenance checks on petrochemical plants, constructing electrical installations and automating tank parks, repairing gearboxes, to performing maintenance work on offshore platforms.
To learn more about Stork Nederland, visit their website at https://www.stork.com/nl/nederland/
Leerkes Engineering recently participated in a tender for the Province of Fryslân, involving the renovation of three bridges in Leeuwarden, specifically in the electric and control technical area. The firm took on the significant task of hardware engineering, which involved translating the current plans into practical and effective electrical schematics that comply with the specific standards of the Fryslân Province, all within a tight deadline.
Despite the challenges posed by this project, much of the work was completed remotely, with multiple interactions between Leerkes Engineering and the employees of both Stork and the Province of Fryslân.
Strukton Systems is a comprehensive international installation company with a primary focus on maintenance and management, utilizing high-quality technology, domain knowledge, and craftsmanship. With over 6.500 employees across multiple countries, they boast a sales volume of 1.916 billion euros. The company operates within three distinct markets: Rail systems, Civil infrastructure, and Technology and buildings.
To learn more about Strukton Systems, visit their website at https://strukton.com/nl
Leerkes Engineering recently participated in a tender for the Province of Noord Brabant, in which a bridge in the Dinteloord vicinity underwent electrical, control, and hydraulic renovations. The firm took on the significant task of hardware engineering, which involved various calculations such as integral cable, selectivity, 3-phase short-circuit, cabinet cooling, basement heating, UPS, and EMC management plans.
Despite the challenges posed by this project, much of the work was completed remotely, with frequent interactions between Leerkes Engineering and the employees of Strukton Systems, the Province of North Brabant, and the engineering firm Witteveen & Bos. For more information on this project, visit the Strukton Systems website and read the article: Technical bridge systems renovated