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Wood makes civil engineering more sustainable

From lock doors to handrails and from guardrails to decking. At Boogaerdt Hout, which is part of the Royal Boogaerdt group, they don't shy away from it. “Because of the strength and durability of the material, wood can be used in many sectors,” says Lars Bastiaansen, who has been working at Boogaerdt Hout for eleven years and specializes in the application and processing of wood in wet construction. “You see that wood is being used more and more often in civil engineering. Traditionally mainly in hydraulic engineering, at lock gates, barrier works, bridges, jetties and railings...

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