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General Management

Rudi Roijakkers started at ABT in 1999 and is the Technical Director since 2017.

In 2018 ABT transformed into an integrated project organisation. Rudi: 'The fact that we adapt our entire organisation to the ability to manage and realise integrated projects is, in my view, nothing more than a logical development. We make optimum use of specific technical knowledge and our clients will benefit from this.’

‘This change also enables us to attract the best professionals. At ABT, we offer employees a place where you can acquire and bring in knowledge. By working together in different knowledge groups, ABT employees make the connections for integrated projects. Integral projects have become an important part of our turnover; the connection of knowledge between these projects is the challenge we face. With the ultimate goal: to create maximum value for our clients.

Making the built environment more sustainable

‘ABT wants to use innovative thinking to make the built world better and more sustainable with smarter techniques and processes', says Rudi. We offer the best working environment for people who share our passion. Together, we offer our customers unparalleled added value.’

About Rudi Roijakkers

Rudi Roijakkers started his career in 1996 as a Structural Engineer at the Corsmit engineering firm. But he already moved to ABT in 1999, where he first worked in the Delft office and later as Head of the Office and Senior Advisor in the Belgian office in Antwerp. In 2014, Rudi switched his field of work to seismic advice in Groningen. He worked closely with the Wassenaar engineering firm, which is now also part of the Oosterhoff Group (as abtWassenaar). Since July 2017, he is the Technical Director of ABT.

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