First Dutch home powered by hydrogen
The first hydrogen-powered home in the Netherlands is a fact. The existing house in Delft will be connected to a local, underground hydrogen network starting mid-November.
TBM Koot opts for Aalberts integrated piping systems to make the Avérotoren more sustainable
The Avérotoren was built in 1991 and is the second tallest office building in the city of Leeuwarden. The 77-metre-high, 18-storey building will be extensively renovated and made more sustainable. TBM Koot replaced and made the entire climate, electrical, sanitary, fire protection and sprinkler installation more sustainable and opted for the solutions of Aalberts Integrated Piping Systems for the piping of the climate installation.
inspiring future Engineers about the Aalberts way
Last week two Aalberts trainees gave a lunch lecture to approximately 70 mechanical engineering students from study association Isaac Newton.
Technology 2.0 | augmented reality
Achmed Said, production leader at Aalberts integrated piping systems explaines the technology of augmented reality, its practical applications and all the benefits this technology has to offer.
Sydney Metro Project
In recent months Aalberts integrated piping systems has been closely involved in a major construction project in Australia, “Sydney Metro”.
publication Aalberts interim results 2021
Aalberts realises EUR 1.51 billion revenue with an EBITA margin of 14.9%
bringing digital to the next level
After having led several international companies through their digital transformation, Geoffrey is now bringing his experience to Aalberts integrated piping systems.
grand Avenue Project Los Angeles
In recent months we worked together with Pan-Pacific Mechanical, a California based constructor, to install piping systems for The grand, a $1-billion skyscraper complex.
At Aalberts integrated piping systems, we always keep our eyes open for technological opportunities that help us deliver vital innovations.
exchanging knowledge across borders
“It’s clear we have tremendous know-how within the organisation, and being able to tap into the experience of our mission-critical people will help us incorporate new ideas and developments more quickly and effectively.”