After working for Delft Hydraulics (1963-75), Kees d’Angremond went to Volker Stevin (1975-1987) and then, after a short break as director of the Port of Amsterdam, to Delft University of Technology (1989-2001), where during his distinguished career as Professor of Coastal Engineering, he served as Head of the Hydraulic & Offshore Engineering Section, Chairman of the Department of Hydraulic & Geotechnical Engineering, and Dean of the Faculty of Civil Engineering. He recently became Professor Emeritus and is presently an independent consultant working as an advisor for, amongst other organisations, the Hanoi Water Resources University. He is also Chairman of the Foundation for the National Dredging Museum in Sliedrecht, The Netherlands.
Articles By Kees d’Angremond
As the demands on global dredging projects have increased, so have the demands on personnel, crew members, engineers and others in the industry. How has this impacted education and the professional requirements of the workforce?
This winter marks the 50th anniversary of the worse storm ever to hit The Netherlands. Research to prevent its recurrence led to the transformation of the dredging industry.