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Mohamed, Zakaria (author)
Within the field of construction management & engineering are upcoming cities investigated on how they achieved economic development and how they increased the quality of life by using the phenomena of city branding as development tool. By doing so (city branding), cities hope to get a better position on the global market to attract...
master thesis 2018
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van Veenen, Anna (author)
The last couple of years the concept of the Circular Economy (CE) has been gaining more and more attention. The Netherlands want to become a CE as well and the government presented a national policy programme including goals to reach a CE in 2050. One of those goals is that Dutch public authorities should procure all their projects 100%...
master thesis 2018
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Quezada Moreno, Alejandra (author)
At the border between Haiti and the Dominican Republic, weekly bi-national markets exemplify (within a tense social context) the economic relevance of the goods and people metabolism along with emerging bi-national social relations. For this border territory, a temporal perspective is productive to develop a comprehensive grasp of the area; the...
master thesis 2018
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Ren, Peiwen (author)
Water has played a vital role in Dutch life. Nearly one-third of the country lies below mean sea level and more than half of territory would be submerged if the delta worksdon’t exist.The mainland also contains abundant resource of water: 17% of territory is water area. You may thinkthe watershortage is a joke for a country like Netherlands....
master thesis 2018
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Andersson, Helena (author)
'Intensely Infrastructural' seeks to question the self-reinforcing 'pan-humanist' logic behind a contemporary spatiotemporal condition I decide to name the Seamless Paradigm – an urban, capitalist economy founded on the ethos of smooth, transnational circulation of bodies, goods and ideals. Despite being a modus facilitated by and generative of...
master thesis 2018
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Nash, Michael (author)
The rapid growth of the PV industry has meant that prices have been falling steeply, making them more accessible for a wider range of applications. The combined use of noise barriers as energy generating facilities, usually coined as PVNBs has been occurring since the late 80’s. It has not realised wide spread implementation, remaining mostly in...
master thesis 2018
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Lam, Man Hin (author)
Nowadays, cities are quickly growing and therefore infrastructure is a very
important element in the urban environment. Large scale infrastructure like highways
and railways connect the cities from distant places to each other in an efficient manner.
The hard and dominant structure only provides for connection on top of it, but
master thesis 2018
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ter Berg, Coen (author)
The municipality of Amsterdam is facing the challenge to deal with uncertainties accompanied with the maintenance planning of maintenance activities on bridges. Long term asset planning (LTAP) has the goal to show the proposed expenditures, capital and operational expenditures (CAPEX and OPEX), for the long term to be able to build up a monetary...
master thesis 2018
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Brignardelli, Santiago (author)
The river Leie is a commercial waterway that flows from Pas-de-Calais to Gent. Between the cities of Armentieres and Mennen, it defines the Belgium-French border. Seven islands along this 20 km-long section are the product of canalization, introduced in the 17th century. Over the following years, this waterway developed into an infrastructural...
master thesis 2018
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Tan, Jiayan (author)
In the face of rising waters and increased stormrelated flooding, communities will have to decide what to do with their flood-prone areas. Continually repairing storm damages and providing services to these vulnerable neighborhoods demands significant government resources. For these areas, cities have three major options to consider: keep water...
master thesis 2018
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Stap, Merijn (author)
Bridges are a crucial part of the dense Dutch highway network. Almost 50% of the current bridges are built between 1960 and 1980 for an intended service life of 50 years and thus they might reach the end of their lifetime in the near future. This strongly indicates that a large challenge can be expected regarding infrastructural replacement.
master thesis 2017
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Stoel, Marijke (author)
master thesis 2017
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Kröse, Maarten (author)
Despite continuous efforts to improve, the construction industry is prone to failure of large infrastructure projects in terms of time and cost overruns. It is believed good interface management is contributing to the success of infrastructure projects. The research has been executed at Heijmans, a major contractor in the Netherlands. The...
master thesis 2017
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Hoogendoorn, Tony (author)
Cycling is one of the main transport modes in the Netherlands and the total number of bicycles and the total cycling distances are still rising. Although this seems a positive development, the number of seriously injured cyclists due to bicycle crashes without motor vehicles increased rapidly in recent years. Within these crashes the...
master thesis 2017
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Klamer, Anna (author)
Maintaining infrastructure asset systems can be challenging for public authorities since we are living in a time where there is an increasing rate of deterioration of infrastructure assets such as tunnels, bridges and streets. This is due to the ageing and the increased use of these assets. As a result, some assets need additional maintenance...
master thesis 2017
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van Berckel, Joost (author), van Gent, Carlijn (author), Scherpbier, Edzard (author), de Wit, Sietze (author)

student report 2017
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Xie, Yue (author)
master thesis 2017
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Verberk, J.H. (author)
Proposal for revitalizing western Chicago suburbia.
master thesis 2016
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Van Schouten, C.J. (author)
An exploration into the suburbian wastelands of Chicago and how these can be given a new boost by increasing connectivity.
master thesis 2016
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De Veen, J.J. (author)
Our research group aimed to map and understand some of the major issues Jakarata is facing. From a larger scale towards the smallest scale, many problems seem to be interlinked. We have tried to display and explain these issues in our research book. Understanding the city to be a Kota- Kampung symbiosis leads to a research into the mechanisms of...
master thesis 2014
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