DEMAS dredging consultants bv

, a private limited company, independently owned by its management, has taken over the on-going activities of the foundation "Stichting Dredging, Engineering and Management Studies" in April 1997.

is a fully independent incorporated company of consulting engineers who as such are well placed to continue to offer comprehensive specialist consultancy services in the fields of dredging and coastal protection. The staff and their expertise previously available to Stichting have transferred to the new organisation.

The services provided by developed from the field of technical assistance and management and on-the-job training to pre-feasibility, feasibility studies and work method assessments, planning of projects and preparing budget costs of dredging projects.

Lately strengthened her capability to design and supervise construction of steel structures, like Roller Sluice gates for regulators for irrigation canals and cradles for slipways of small ship yards. With the assistance from external experts and a Computer Aided Engineering program the possibilities become more and more challenging.

DEMAS dredging consultants Hong Kong Ltd

founded a fully registered subsidiary in Hong Kong in 1998 providing the same services as the mother company in the Netherlands.

provided expert advice for the exploitation of the Marine Borrow Areas and dumping grounds for the Chek Lap Kok Airport and for the dredging and reclamation for Penny's Bay theme park development.

provided similar services for clients outside Hong Kong.

DEMAS technical support bv

Originally, since 1998 supplies spare parts and complete dredging and excavation equipment for clients receiving technical assistance of .

In 1998 supplied a small cutter suction dredge for the Sudanese Sugar Company and provided the training for the first months of the deployment of the dredge.

In 2005 supplied Roller Sluice Gates (RSGs) for the rehabilitation of the Gezira Irrigation Scheme in the Sudan. The RSGs were designed by .

Stichting (DEMAS) Dredging, Engineering and Management Studies

started its activities in 1974 providing technical assistance and on-the-job training in Bangladesh. At that time operated as a foundation, known as "Stichting Dredging, Engineering and Management Studies".

In 1989 the focus of changed from technical assistance and training projects in developing countries to dredging project assessments and regular consultancy in the field of dredging.

Stichting Dredging, Engineering and Management Studies () has been undergoing some radical restructuring and refocusing during 1996 caused by the demands of the changing world-wide commercial markets. It has therefore been decided by the Board of Directors that the assets and goodwill of Stichting should be sold to a newly formed company, .