Ronald Stive graduated in 1980 from the Faculty of Civil Engineering of Technical University Delft. After 12 years as a Project Engineer/ Project Manager for Delft Hydraulics, in 1993 he joined De Weger Architects and Consulting Engineers, later incorporated in Royal Haskoning. For some 20 years, Mr. Stive has been responsible for the hydraulic, nautical and civil design of numerous (international) coastal and maritime engineering projects, regarding environmental and hydraulic design conditions, ports and related infrastructure, breakwaters, estuaries and seas, polders and land reclamation.
Articles By Ronald Stive
Overtopping and stability were the two main challenges to designing the crescent shaped breakwater protecting the man-made Palm Island.