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Written on September 11.2020

Project update week 37: To be continued...!


We are now in late summer. The days are getting shorter, the cobwebs reappear.
There is no web to be seen on our projects. Construction is going way too fast for that! Watch and read along where we are.

Also keep an eye on our Social Media channels for interim updates, status photos and beautiful drone videos. To be continued!

JEM Farms

Plenty of activity in both the greenhouse and warehouse at JEM Farms. The concrete worker will start preparations for the floors in both the corridor and the warehouse in the course of next week. The greenhouse is moving fast with the introduction of screening, heating and irrigation. With regard to the screening, the technical installations of both the top and bottom screens are ready. Voorwinden is expected to start pulling the crop wires and the cultivation gutter cables in the course of next week.

As far as the heating is concerned, all the pipes hang from the gable piping. In addition, a start has already been made with running in, welding and painting the rail pipes. Finally the irrigation. In terms of digging, it is expected to be completely ready in the greenhouse early in week 38. The excavation work in the warehouse has already started, which should also be completed in the course of next week. Finally, the irrigation tanks will be built in the warehouse. Once the concrete floors have hardened, the irrigation units will be installed.

Twin Creeks

In the finishing phase of project Twin Creeks. Voorwinden is busy with the last details. In the greenhouse, the crop wires hang in place in both phase 3 and 4. The ground cover is in phase 3; in phase 4 this will start in the course of next week. Finally, the screening for both phases has also been completed.


At Redsun, work in the greenhouse is also steadily continuing. This week, Westland started assembling the screening in block 1. JV Energy is busy with the heating and the same goes for Tebarex, which provides the irrigation.


At Proplant the first part of the project, the warehouse, is almost done. As one of the last activities the doors of the warehouse were installed this week. Regarding the new phase, the greenhouse, the cistern will be poured off by Tradewind in the coming weeks and Voorwinden will finish the foot. The planned steel construction is planned for week 45.

European works


Our first European project, in our home country, is in its final phase. At Overgaag, the final finishing touches include the mounting of the doors. The 4.5 hectare greenhouse for the cultivation of bell peppers will be completed in the coming weeks.

Serres d'Isigny

It is also almost delivery time in Insigny-de-Buat, France. Here, too, the mounting of the doors is one of Voorwinden's last activities. A wonderful project is almost coming to an end for us. In the foreseeable future, the tomato plants will be brought into the almost 8.5 hectare greenhouse.

Grootscholte/4 Evergreen

It will be almost monotonous, but this will also be the last update for the Grootscholte / 4 Evergreen project in Westdorpe in Zeeland. Apart from some gable work, we have also finished construction work there.

Baanheidehof 2

How fast a project can go: the first delivery has already taken place this week in Beerse, Belgium.

Cambidge HOK - Beeswax

The steel construction is finished and the glass is also on the deck of the Beeswax project of Cambridge HOK in England. Voorwinden is now busy with glazing the gables.

Kwekerij de 3-Hoek

Another project in the final phase in Hook of Holland. With regard to the latest construction work, the gables of the warehouse are sandwiched.

Gebr. van Duijn

The glazing is almost complete at van Duijn. Voorwinden is currently busy with the dilation.

Olbrechts BVBA

An update about our project in Onze-Lieve-Vrouw-Waver, Belgium. Construction is going very fast there. The greenhouse is already in its entirety and that is why the construction will start one of these days. Finally, the glazing of the greenhouse is also well underway. These activities must be completed by mid-next month.

Dick van der Gaag

To conclude this series we take a look at the status of project van der Gaag. The preparatory work has been completed, so the way is clear for the construction of Dick van der Gaag's new tomato greenhouse of more than 3 hectares. Very soon we will start in Luttelgeest (NL)!

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