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Jan De Nul Group

Heleen Schellinck

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34-36, Parc d' Activities Capellen
8308 Capellen
352-398-911

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Description: People & Vessels. These are the driving forces behind Jan De Nul Group. Thanks to its skilled employees and ultramodern fleet, Jan De Nul Group ranks at the top of the international dredging industry as well as being one of the largest civil engineering and environmental contractors. Jan De Nul Group executes dredging and reclamation projects from start to finish: capital dredging and maintenance works in ports, deepening of channels, rock or sand bank dredging in open sea, specialized dredging services for the offshore industry, beach replenishment, rock revetment, etc. Thanks to a resolute investment policy in its own equipment, the dredging vessels of Jan De Nul Group are the world’s most modern and diverse fleet. Civil works are also an important part of the Group activities. All key activities, from design to execution, are carried out by its own engineers and equipment, whether it concerns buildings, wastewater treatment plants, sewerage or pipe works, quay walls, tunnels, bridges, roads, locks or gravity based foundations for offshore wind turbines. Through its environmental subsidiary Envisan, the Group is experienced in all fields of environmental technology: soil and groundwater rehabilitation, remediation of polluted soils and environmental dredging, processing of waste and alternative raw materials. The supporting services of the dredging, civil and environmental division enable Jan De Nul Group to perform large-scale projects to its clients’ satisfaction, whether this concerns a Palm Island in Dubai, an oil sludge treatment plant in Romania or the construction of the new locks for the Panama Canal.

Dredges: Trailing Suction Hopper Dredgers: Cristóbal Colón, H, 46,000 m3, 41,500 kW, U, 2009, La Naval de Sestao, Spain; Leive Eiriksson, H, 46,000 m3, 41,500 kW, 2010, La Naval de Sestao, Spain; Vasco da Gama, H, 33,000 m3, 37,060 kW, 2000, Thyssen Nordseewerke, Germany; Charles Darwin, H, 30,500m3, 23,600kW, La Naval de Sesstao, Spain; Gerardus Mercator, H, 18,000 m3, 21,990 kW, 1997, IHC Holland, The Netherlands; Juan Sebastian de Elcano, H, 16,500 m3, 17,880 kW, 2002, Izar Astillero, Sestao, Spain; Pedro Alvares Cabral, H, 14,000 m3, 15,960 kW, under construction 2012, Uljanik Brodogradiliste d.d., Croatia; Bartolomeu Dias, H, 14,000 m3, 15,960 kW, 2013, Uljanik Brodogradiliste d.d., Croatia; James Cook, H, 11,750 m3, 14,180 kW, 1992, Scheepswerf De Merwede, The Netherlands; Filippo Brunelleschi, H, 11,300 m3, 13,110 kW, 2003, Izar Astillero, Sestao, Spain; Francis Beaufort, H, 11,300 m3, 13,110 kW, 2003, Izar Astillero, Sestao, Spain; Alexander von Humboldt, H, 9000m3, 13,980kW, 1998, Krupp Fordertechnik GmbH; Al-Idrisi, H, 7500 m3, 8975 kW, under construction 2012, STX Offshore & Shipbuilding Co. Ltd., Korea; Vitus Bering, H, 7500 m3, 8975 kW, under construction 2012, STX Offshore & Shipbuilding Co. Ltd., Korea; Capitan Nuňez, H, 6000 m3, 10,230 kW, 1977/1998, Astilleros Allianza SA, Argentina; Sanderus, H, 5,300 m3, 6,780 kW, 1967, Scheepsbouwwerf De Klop, The Netherlands; Francesco di Giorgio, H, 4400 m3, 6,330 kW, 2003, Astillero Izar, Spain; Taccola, H, 4400 m3, 6,330 kW, 2003, Asillero Izar, Spain; Manzanillo II, H, 4,000 m3, 12,140 kW, 1988, Chantiers de l'Atlantique, France; De Bougainville, H, 3700 m3, 7130 kW, 2005, Tianjin Xinhe Shipyard Co Ltd, China; De Laperouse, H, 3700 m3, 6360 kW, 2010 (under construction), Tianjin Xinhe Shipyard Co. Ltd, China; Alvar Nuňez Cabeça de Vaca, H, 3400 m3, 4100 kW, Tianjin Xinhe Shipyard Co., Ltd., China; Sebastiano Caboto, H, 3400 m3, 4100 kW, Tianjin Xinhe Shipyard Co., Ltd., China; De Lapérouse, H, 3,700 m3, 6,360 kW, Under construction 2010, Tianjin Xinhe Shipyard Co Ltd, China; James Ensor, H, 3,600 m3, 7,350 kW, 1980, Scheepswerf St. Pieter, Belgium; Amerigo Vespucci, H, 3,500 m3, 5,190 kW, 1985, Scheepswerven Van Langerbrugge, Belgium; Nina, H, 3400 m3, 5530 kW, 1997, Scheepswerven van Rupelmonde, Belgium; Pinta, H, 3400 m3, 5530 kW, 1997, Scheepswerven van Rupelmonde, Belgium; Galilei 2000, H, 2,320 m3, 3380 kW, 1979, Sing Koon Seng, Singapore; Cutter Suction Dredgers: JFJ De Nul, CH, 1,000 mm, 27,240 kW, 2003, IHC Holland, The Netherlands; Ibn Battuta, CH, 900 mm, 23,520 kW, 2010, Uljanik Brodogradiliste d.d., Croatia; Zheng He, CH, 900 mm, 23,520 kW, 2010, Uljanik Brodogradiliste d.d., Croatia; Fernão de Magalhães, CH, 900 mm, 23,520 kW, 2011, Uljanik Brodogradiliste d.d., Croatia; Niccolo Machiavelli, CH, 900 mm, 23,520 kW, 2011, Uljanik Brodogradiliste d.d., Croatia; Leonardo da Vinci, CH, 900 mm, 20,260 kW, 1985, IHC Holland, The Netherlands; Marco Polo, CH, 900 mm, 16,116 kW, 1979, IHC Holland, The Netherlands; Hondius, CH, 900 mm, 8,330 kW, 2007, Tianjin Xinhe Shipyard Co Ltd, China; Kaerius, CH, 900 mm, 8330 kW, 2007, Tianjin Xinhe Shipyard Co., Ltd., China; Vesalius, CH, 850 mm, 9260 kW, 1980, Scheepswerf Van Rees, The Netherlands; Ortelius, CH, 800 mm, 5140 kW, 1965/1978, IHC Holland, The Netherlands; Dirk Martens, CH, 750 mm, 2,370 kW, 1972, IHC - De Klop, The Netherlands; Petrus Plancius, CH, 550mm, 1300 kW, 2008, IHC Merwede, The Netherlands; Hendrik Geeraert, CH, 300 mm, 350 kW, 2006, Machinefabriek De Hollandse Yssel NV, The Netherlands; Backhoe Dredgers: Mimar Sinan, BH, 40 m3, 3,700 kW, 2008, De Donge, The Netherlands; Postnik Yakolev, BH, 40 m3, 3,700 kW, Tianjin Xinhe Shipyard Co., Ltd., China; Vitruvius, BH, 40 m3, 3,700 kW, De Donge, The Netherlands; Il Principe, BH, 19.5 m3, 1,800 kW, 2005, De Donge, The Netherlands; Jerommeke, BH, 11 m3, 1,063 kW, 1994, Scheepswerven van Rupelmonde, Belgium; JDN, BH, 19.5 m3, 2,150 kW, BB; Subsea Rock Installation Vessles: Simon Stevin (dynamic positioned mining/fall pipe vessel), 32,500 t, 24,350 kW, La Naval de Sestao, Spain; Joseph Plateau (dynamic positioned mining/fall pipe vessel), 36,000 t, 24,350 kW, under construction 2012, La Naval de Sestao, Spain; Willem de Vlamingh (dynamic positioned mining/fall pipe vessel), 6500 t, 8975 kW, STX Offshore & Shipbuilding Co. Ltd., Korea; Pompei (dynamic positioned side stone dumping vessel), 1,850 t, 2,350 kW, 1988, Scheepswerven van Langerbrugge; Split Hopper Barges: L'Etoile (split hopper barge), 3700 m3, 2x 1,850 kW, 2006, Tianjin Xinhe Shipyard Co., Ltd., China; Le Guerrier (split hopper barge), 3,700 m3, 2x 1850 kW, 2007, Tianjin Xinhe Shipyard Co., Ltd., China; Astrolobe (split hopper barge), 3,700 m3, 2 x 1850 kW, 2010, Tianjin Xinhe Shipyard Co Ltd, China; Boussole (split hopper barge), 3,700 m3, 2 x 1850 kW, 2011, Tianjin Xinhe Shipyard Co Ltd, China; Leeuw (split hopper barge), 3,700 m3, 2 x 1850 kW, 2012, Tianjin Xinhe Shipyard Co., Ltd., China; Marquis de Prie (split hopper barge), 3700 m3, 2 x 1850 kW, Under construction 2012, Tianjin Xinhe Shipyard Co., Ltd., China; Tiger (split hopper barge), 3700 m3, 2 x 1850 kW, Under construction 2012, Tianjin Xinhe Shipyard Co., Ltd., China; La Boudeuse (split hopper barge), 3700 m3, 2x 1,850 kW, 2005, Tianjin Xinhe Shipyard Co., Ltd., China; Le Sphinx (split hopper barge), 3700 m3, 2 x 1,850 kW, 2007, Tianjin Xinhe Shipyard Co Ltd, China; L'Aigle (split hopper barge), , 3,700 m3, 2x 1,850 kW, 2005, Tianjin Xinhe Shipyard Co Ltd, China; Magellano (split hopper barge), 2000 m3, 2 x 675 kW, 1979, Sing Koon Seng, Singapore; Verrazzano (split hopper barge), 2000 m3, 2 x 675 kW, 1979, Sing Koon Seng, Singapore; Concepción (split hopper barge), 1800 m3, 2 x 785 kW, Tianjin Xinhe Shipyard Co Ltd, China; Santiago (split hopper barge), 1800 m3, 2 x 785 kW, Tianjin Xinhe Shipyard Co Ltd, China; Victoria (split hopper barge), 1800 m3, 2 x 785 kW, Tianjin Xinhe Shipyard Co Ltd, China; Trinidad (split hopper barge), 1800 m3, 2 x 785 kW, Tianjin Xinhe Shipyard Co Ltd, China; Geelvinck (split hopper barge), 1800 m3, 2 x 470 kW, 1974, SCAR Forges de Strasbourg, France; Nijptangh (split hopper barge), 1800 m3, 2 x 470 kW, 1974, SCAR Forges de Strasbourg, France; Weseltje (split hopper barge), 1800 m3, 2 x 470 kW, 1974, Krupp Ruhrorter Schiffswerft, Germany

Other Equipment: Auxiliary floating equipment: 1 landing craft Beachlander; 3 bunker barges DN 36, DN 14 (under construction), DN 142 (under construction); 2 bunker/A-frame pontoons DN 27, DN 35; 5 container pontoons DN 4, DN 9, DN 14, DN 19, DN 122; 2 crane pontoons DN 39, DN 40; 9 crew launches(DN 67, DN 69, DN 70, DN 77 , DN 78, DN 80, DN 83 (under constr.), DN 84 (under constr.), Surubi; 7 elevator barges DN 100, DN 101, DN 102, DN 103, DN 104 DN 169, DN 170; 18 multi-pontoons DN 23, DN 26, DN 28, DN 29, DN 30, DN 34, DN 38, DN 43, DN 46, DN 49, DN 200, DN 201, DN 202, DN 203, DN 204, DN 205, DN 206, DN 207; 35 pontoons DN 3, DN 18, DN 21, DN 22, DN 24, DN 25, DN 105, DN 106, DN 107, DN 108, DN 109, DN 110, DN 111, DN 113, DN 114, DN 115, DN 116, DN 119, DN 120, DN 123, DN 124, DN 128, Dn 129, DN 130, DN 134, DN 137, DN 139, DN 140, DN 141, DN 143, DN 144, DN 145, DN 146, DN 148, DN 149, DN 151, DN 171; 3 positioning pontoons DN 112, DN 121, DN 125; 16 side wire pontoons DN 8, DN 12, DN 13, DN 37, DN 41, DN 42, DN 152, DN 153, DN 154, DN 155, DN 156, DN 157, DN 158, DN 159, DN 172, DN 173; 4 spider pontoons DN 10, DN 20, DN 21, DN 133, TI; 1 grab dredge DN17; 1 oil recovery vessel Pieter Coecke; 25 tug boats(DN 51, DN 52, DN 53, DN 54, DN 55, DN 58, DN 59, DN 60, DN 61, DN 62, DN 63, DN 72, DN 73, DN 76, DN 79, DN 82, DN 85, DN 87, DN 88, DN 91, DN 92, DN 93, DN 94, DN 95; 8 winch pontoons DN 1, DN2, DN5, DN6, DN15, DN16, DN32, DN 33; 2 heavy lift vessels Norma, Rambiz; 1 dynamic positioned side stone dumping vessel Pompei; 1 floating booster stations: Bertius

Website: http://www.jandenul.com/en