After obtaining his Hydraulic Engineering degree from Delft University of Technology, Roeland Lievens worked at Royal Boskalis Westminster as a Marine Morphological and Environmental discipline engineer. Roeland was involved with the Marker Wadden as a Project Engineer since the start of construction. Specifically, Roeland was responsible for setting up and executing the monitoring and analysis of the hydraulic fill behaviour, increasing the understanding of building with soft mud and fine silt.
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In collaboration with the Natuurmonumenten (the Dutch Society for the Preservation of Nature), Boskalis constructed the Marker Wadden. The archipelago situated within the Markermeer enables processes which revitalise the natural ecology.