Dynniq is responsible for integrating the tunnel’s technical and traffic installations and implementation in the traffic control centre of Rijkswaterstaat (the executive branch of the Dutch Ministry for Infrastructure and the Environment). The project has been in the public spotlight since its inception because of the high risk and high value. Dynniq is very aware of the importance of getting things right, on time and within budget.
The method of construction, in an open dig, necessitates an adjacent temporary road with four lanes, including three temporary bridges for pedestrians and cyclists, complete with temporary traffic systems. And, as completion nears, pressure on Dynniq increases. For the tunnel to actually open, the proven reliability of Dynniq designed, engineered and installed traffic systems is vital.
Dynniq works closely with the builders, Strukton and Ballast Nedam, with subcontractors and public authorities to deliver reliable systems on time, on target.