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De Meeuw utilises pre-fabricated (industrially manufactured) components as much as possible. Industrial manufacturing means building under controlled conditions: unaffected by weather conditions, providing optimised conditioning of materials and ideal working conditions for employees. De Meeuw has chosen for an efficient and controlled production process. This ensures the quality of the components as well as the building itself.


The flexible construction method offers an alternative to more conventional construction methods. Conventional construction involves building on-site step-by-step, from the foundation to the last details. Flexible construction means that the building is first made entirely in the factory from prefabricated components and then later placed on site and completed. This building method ensures that construction take place more quickly and the construction site is utilised for a shorter period of time. Complete construction modules are produced and assembled as much as possible with built-in technical installations and equipment. All of the components and equipment are highly coordinated, ensuring higher quality, lower failure costs and significantly fewer delivery points.


Utilising the synergy of multiple specialist organisations is an important part of achieving far-reaching end results. De Meeuw works with BIM (Building Information Model) in order to perfect its preparation and implementation procedures. From initial sketches to building operations. All of the project data is stored here in the information model, with access for all of the parties involved.


> Reduction of failure costs thanks to limited design and construction defects.

> Shortened digital and physical construction periods: leading to faster commissioning of the building.

> Access to a host of information on operations, based on the total life cycle of the solution rather than merely the initial costs.

> The model can be used to monitor costs and planning.

> The information can be reused and shared, eliminating the need to duplicate designs.

> Consistent drawings: floor plans correspond to the sections, fa├žades and details.

> Better overview of the process and production: extensive possibilities for prefabrication.

ISO 9001

De Meeuw is ISO 9001 certified. ISO 9001 is a standard that places requirements on an organisation's quality management. The emphasis is on process management. De Meeuw uses ISO 9001 to make its processes more transparent and manageable. And to make ongoing improvements.

In short, it places an emphasis on using management to achieve excellent results. The ISO 9001 certificate means that De Meeuw stands for quality and puts customer satisfaction as our top priority.

EN-ISO 3834-2

The EN-ISO 3834 shows that De Meeuw's welding process complies with all quality requirements, according to authorised procedures and using qualified welders. A welding company with this standard clearly operates at a higher level. Quality is always guaranteed. The ISO 3834 standard includes a quality assurance system for fusion welding and is a standard requirement for clients from the defence, offshore, railway infrastructure and petrochemical industries.
De Meeuw complies with the EN-ISO 3834-2 standard, the most comprehensive certification in use. It includes requirements for every aspect of the welding process.

SCC** stands for Safety Health and the Environment (SHE) Checklist Contractors and is intended to promote work safety and to reduce the number of company incidents. De Meeuw's SCC** certification reflects the fact that safety is a cornerstone of our business. The SCC system complies with all the requirements laid out in European standards.