News from team Prove

With most of our engineering team working staggered 2-week shifts in the UK, planning a social event has become challenging. Still, on October 21st, we finally managed to get everybody together for a trip through memory lane in Delft. Having lunch in a historic building where a word has it, people accused of witchcraft were…

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New website!

We are happy to present to you our new and improved website! In the last few months, we have been working on building a brand-new website that is easy to navigate and has an elegant layout. We hope you will find everything you need on our homepage with the new site. Please stay tuned for…

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Prove & Trees for all

Part of caring responsibly for Prove Engineering is caring for the environment we operate in and being aware of our actions’ impact on that environment. Last month, the intergovernmental panel on climate change IPCC issued their 6th assessment report. It painted a grim outlook of global warming developing at an increasing rate, leading to more…

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Project focus – Ewout Feenstra

One of our clients located in the Moerdijk industrial area had developed a project to further enhance their plant safety. Among other aspects, changing gearboxes and motors and improving production hall ventilation were specifically targeted. Prove Engineering was asked to provide project management support and manage the installation on site. Working with SPIE and Ralton…

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Prove Engineering Lustrum

It´s hard to believe, but on June 8th it´s 5 years already since Elwin, and I set sail on this joint venture called Prove Engineering. They say that time flies when you´re having fun, so I suppose it´s no surprise that it only feels like yesterday that we signed the founding paperwork for Prove Engineering.…

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Prove Engineering @ KraftHeinz

Dutch cuisine probably wouldn’t rank high on a global culinary hitlist if such a list were to exist. We might win our fellow Earthlings over with our pastries, like ‘stroopwafels’ or ‘poffertjes’ or the chocolate sprinkles that we put on our sandwiches, but ‘hutspot klapstuk’, ‘boerenkool met worst’ en ‘Hollandse Nieuwe’ require advanced taste bud…

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