The world is electrifying, and we are laying the cables
Jan De Nul helps countries and companies to meet their electricity needs.
Voltaire
Our latest-generation vessels Voltaire and Les Alizés appeal to the imagination. Behind these innovative vessels is a strong team.
Bart Rutger Jonas
The Voltaire and Les Alizés are two unique vessels that dredging and construction company Jan De Nul Group is building for its offshore energy division...
VT
One meter higher than the Eiffel Tower. That’s how high our brand new offshore jack-up installation vessel Voltaire can reach. And that’s necessary: ...
Nathalie
The world is changing, and so is our climate. Let's use our scientific knowledge to create a better, more sustainable world of tomorrow.
Bart
Bart is Chief Engineer of Les Alizés, our newest offshore installation vessel. Together with his colleagues, he monitors the construction of this vessel in ...
JDN Taiwan
The offshore project team in Taiwan ran laps for the local ALS association. This way they raised a total of 9,400 euros.
Training on TP simulator
Recently the first training sessions took place on our new “Transition piece”-simulator.
Jan De Nul Sunfish Luchterduinen
Offshore wind energy comes ashore along cables in tidal areas and on land itself. But how do you bury a cable up to 8 metres under the beach?