Established in 1963, Corsmit Raadgevend Ingenieurs, a company of Royal Haskoning, is a leading Netherlands-based consultancy firm. Its consultancy services range from small-scale renovations to large, complex multi-use building projects and revolutionary structures. The focus, however, is on the structural design of buildings. Geographically distributed over offices at Rijswijk, Nijmegen and Amsterdam, Corsmit forms one closely-knit knowledge network. Corsmit creatively and innovatively interprets the needs of clients, architects and other design and building partners so as to achieve a stunning, economical, integral and sustainable solution.
Innovations and sustainability
New technologies, building methods and materials produce perpetual changes in a world that does not stop adjusting its demands. Along this line, the public's growing awareness of environmental issues is of great importance in our activities as structural designers.
Dedicated to exert a positive influence on technical and social developments, Corsmit is actively involved in research on the development of new products and building methods. Active participation in numerous national and international committees, research projects and educational programmes is a guarantee for knowledge gain, environmental awareness and continous innovation in our team and in our projects.
The supporting structures designed by Corsmit speak of long-standing and broad experience. They are made of a wide range of materials - such as steel, concrete, wood, masonry, glass and composites. Both traditional and advanced methods and technologies are used in the design process, with a key role for 3D computational, form-finding and drafting techniques (BIM software).
If problems go beyond the limits of our own discipline, we will fall back to the knowledge available in our mother company Royal Haskoning, which operates both nationally and internationally.
Quality assurance and control
The strict quality assurance system developed within our organisation is ISO certified. Documents are not released for execution until they have been demonstrably verified.