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06 September 2019

Fully in business in calendar week 36!

The holiday recess is over and that certainly applies to us too! At various projects in the Benelux, it is all one thing and another. For example, we are busy at Gabel BVBA and Beyens BVBA in Belgium.

Also close to home we are active again in Berkel and Rodenrijs (Montreahof II) and Waddinxveen (Royal Peppers).

A short overview of what we were all busy with last week.

Royal Peppers, Waddinxveen

This week, the Royal Peppers phase 3 project started. Here we will realize 6 hectares of new construction. The expansion and pressing of the posts is in full swing and the visibility work will start in a few weeks. Glazing will then start at the end of next month, followed by placing the facades.

For more information about this project, click HERE.

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The first site is in place and the greenhouse has been setted.

Gabel BVBA, Roeselare (Belgium)

The construction of a more than 10.5-hectare tomato greenhouse for Gabel BVBA is continuing at a rapid pace. Here the planning is slightly ahead of that of Royal Peppers and the posts are already in the ground. Currently the men from Voorwinden are busy with the concrete work and the construction of the greenhouse.

For more information about this project, click HERE.

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The men of Voorwinden are busy with the steelwork.

Beyens BVBA, Weelde (Belgium)

At Beyens BVBA, the roof of the almost 8-hectare greenhouse for growing tomatoes is almost completely closed. The last windows will be placed here next week. A week later the assembly of the air mechanism will also be finished and at the same time a start will be made on setting up the facades.

For more information about this project, click HERE.

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An impressive drone-shot of project Beyens BVBA. On the upper right the new greenhouse is nicely visible.

Montreahof, Berkel en Rodenrijs

Even closer to home, a state-of-the-art greenhouse for the cultivation of peppers is being built, an extension of the existing cultivation facility by more than 1 hectare. The photo below of earlier this week shows that the men from Voorwinden are fully engaged in raising the steelwork, so that the contours of the new greenhouse are clearly visible.

For more information about this project, click HERE.

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The contours of the new Montreahof cultivation facility is becoming more and more visible. 


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