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About us

The Dutch National Bridge Exchange contributes to a climate-neutral, circular future through the re-use of bridges and bridge components. It was set up by the Dutch government to serve the Dutch government. But who is behind it?

Who runs the Dutch National Bridge Exchange?

The Exchange was established in 2021 by AMROR and the Dutch Bridge Foundation. AMROR is a collaborative network partnered by the cities of Amsterdam and Rotterdam with Rijkswaterstaat, part of the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management. Its objective is to promote the sustainable and responsible use of the lived environment, both now and in the future. The Dutch Bridge Foundation is a materially independent, non-commercial knowledge center of expertise focused on establishing and disseminating bridge-related expertise, and on stimulating innovation and development with regard to sustainability and circularity.

Together with major clients for infrastructure projects, we can make significant contributions to the supply and reuse of a very large number of bridges, thereby helping to meet the government’s ambition of achieving fully circular, climate-neutral approaches by 2030. As partners who aim to provide all infrastructure authorities with an accessible means of reusing bridges and bridge components, we can ensure that the Dutch National Bridge Exchange has a ready stock of bridges that are suitable for reuse.

Join us!

A circular, climate-neutral future will only be possible if we all work together. This explains why we’re continually on the lookout for partnerships with provinces, municipalities, water authorities and other government bodies. If you work in government and are interested in joining us, we’d love to hear from you. Here’s how to contact us.