Nov 22, 2018 | 1.5 min read
An exciting and wonderful project is at its inception stage in the Netherlands!
A completely new village is currently being built between the cities of Vianen and Hagestein in the Netherlands, named Hoef and Haag.
Hoef and Haag will be one completely new village consisting of 1,800 homes, with three different spheres and districts: Het Dorpshart, De Erven and Het Lint.
Each will have its own identity:
For this project Pipelife Netherlands supplies the materials for the sewer system via wholesaler Joosten Kunststoffen to the contractor Gebr. Van der Lee. This involves approximately 6,000 meters of PVC drainage pipes, 2,000 meters of PE pipe, 2,300 fittings and 100 Renoflow chambers.
The first phase, where contractor Gebr. Van der Lee moved around 75,000 m³ of soil and realized 8 km of Pipelife sewerage, has been completed. We are currently in phase 2, in which wholesaler Joosten Kunststoffen again supplies Pipelife Renoflow wells, pipes and fittings.
"Price, quality ratio are especially important for a contractor" says Ad van Rhenen from the contractor Gebr. Van der Lee.
"Thanks to this collaboration the entire project has been optimized" says Ralph Hoogerwerf from the wholesaler Joosten Kunststoffen. "[Pipelife] is a reliable partner. Quality is of paramount importance at Gebr. Van der Lee. And Pipelife can definitely meet our quality demands."
"In projects like these the power of Pipelife comes into its own" says Frank Terpstra, Key Account Manager at Pipelife Netherlands. "We supply the entire sewer system from start to finish. We have a role as producer and supplier to Joosten Kunststoffen and we partnered up with Joosten for the Gebr. Van der Lee. We notice great benefits when we work together with contractors such as Gebr. Van der Lee. Working together gives us great benefits. Together we achieve results that are not only more convenient, but also faster for the contractors."