Connecting is in our DNA!


A rapidly expanding population, urbanisation and industrialisation ensure an ever-increasing demand on our infrastructure. In today’s society where everything evolves at a rapid pace, you can’t afford to stand still if that actually means moving two paces back.


Visser & Smit Hanab is ready with solutions to the challenges that modern society brings. Visser & Smit Hanab routinely carries out connections at the infrastructural level, always guided by our strong ethic of sustainability, high-quality and safety.


When it comes to constructing of pipelines, Visser Smit & Hanab has all the right credentials. Backed by its broad range of expertise, Visser & Smit Hanab creates infrastructure connections...

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Drinking water

People often don’t realise it, but when drinking water comes out of the tap, it’s actually the end of a long journey. The water was extracted and treated somewhere, later to be...

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Waste water

It’s not a fact you can get around: there is no new water. The water we consume today is the same water as yesterday and for tomorrow, and the day after tomorrow. How we manage our water...

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District heating

There are so many factors to consider when it comes to modern district heating: reusing industrial residual heat, storage of heat and cold, transportation over kilometres and integration within the...

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In today’s society, the electricity grid really represents the bottom line. Electricity has become so taken for granted that in the event of a blackout nearly everything grinds to a...

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Swimming pools

The traditional 25 m pool for swimming laps just doesn’t cut the mustard anymore. Today’s public swimming pool serves as an all-purpose sports and recreation pool, that pampers its...

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Trenchless technology

During ‘rush hour’ underground or above, the idea of drilling cables and pipes without a technique that removes the need for open excavation is unthinkable. When it comes to this kind...

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