On Tuesday April 6th, the Geodan Case study will take place. Geodan is a company that uses the binding power of location intelligence. Questions will be asked like “what is the best place to build a noise barrier, a windmill or a distribution centre?” or “how will this area look after 20 years if we change its course”. These topics will be experienced first-hand with a case study. Geodan has projects throughout the country and together we will take a closer look.
The case study will start at 13:30 and will last approximately 2 hours. It will take place on MS Teams. Subscribe on the website or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. A Teams link will be provided on the day itself.
Tim van der Wurf
h.t. Assessor Primus of the Utrecht Earth Science Association