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Biological Engineering for creating a bypass for the Rhine river

Rees Flood Channel: a Bypass for the Rhine River.  The branch of biological engineering is still a niche in landscape architecture and gardening. Bio-engineering measures, which form an integral part of large building projects, are therefore performed by companies from other branches of industry.

 

The Rees Flood Channel is a fine example of a future-oriented and sustainable construction measure

in hydroengineering. The materials and construction methods that were used in this project can be easily applied to small-scale projects such as revitalization activities along brooks and smaller rivers.

 

Therefore, they seamlessly blend in with the field of activity of landscape architecture and gardening and bear significant potential for new business applications.



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