Haitsma Beton

75,000 m² of TT slabs for hospital in Belgium

AZ Delta, one of the largest hospitals in the Belgian region of Flanders, is being built with TT slabs manufactured in the Netherlands. The general hospital near Roeselare with 1,213 beds will get comprehensive technical equipment which can be installed in the most efficient way when using TT slabs.

For the construction of Belgian hospitals, architects‘ offices usually give preference to TT slabs instead of the flat floor elements popular in the Netherlands. TT slabs allow construction without beams and enable large spans to be realized at relatively low costs. According to the Niklas van...

Related articles:

Issue 2018-01 Elbe Decken

Opportunities for precast prestressed concrete floor slabs in building projects

In many European countries, like Belgium or the Netherlands, up to 70 % of all building projects are implemented by means of precast prestressed concrete floor slabs in the meantime. Despite their...

more
Issue 2017-10 Kaiser

Installation parts manufacturer acquires Attema

Kaiser GmbH & Co. KG, headquartered in Schalksmühle, Germany, is strengthening its presence in the Netherlands and Belgium. Effective retroactively from 1 January 2017, Kaiser acquired all shares in...

more
Issue 2014-07 Haitsma Beton

Super long concrete beams installed with success

Quite recently, the Dutch company Haitsma Beton B.V has successfully installed several 68 m long box beams with a weight of 240 tons. They are used for spanning the main span of the new bridge near...

more
Issue 2018-03 Haitsma

Demountable solution for flexible parking situation

Chip machine manufacturer ASML based in the Dutch town of Veldhoven is expanding at a rapid pace. To create additional, much-needed parking spots, the company commissioned the construction of a new...

more
Issue 2022-06 Progress Group

G&J Industries installs Extruder X-Liner to boost production capacity for 60 cm wide hollow-core slabs

G&J Industries, a future-driven Belgian family business producing prestressed concrete elements, decided to boost its production capacity by adding an Extruder X-Liner from Echo Precast Engineering....

more