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Vision 2018 is our strategy for a strong sustainable future. In 2014 we launched this strategy which sets the agenda for the way we manage our business, providing more control and focus on the things at which we excel.




We focus on three areas that will help us achieve sustainable financial performance. We have further concentrated our business in certain countries and within markets in order to create and maintain leading positions. We have improved the quality and efficiency of our operations, particularly in the areas of project management and working capital. We are working to create the best team of people with the right skills and flexibility to deliver our services wherever they are needed in the world. Each part of our strategy is described in more detail in the pages which follow.

Through continuing cross-fertilisation between our business sectors, the whole becomes bigger than the sum of our individual parts. This allows us to offer integrated, innovative and sustainable solutions increasingly demanded from clients.

“We possess a range of expertise which few companies can match,” says Jaska de Bakker, CFO. “Our strategy strengthens our ability to excel in our markets and add value to society.”

“The Supervisory Board supervises the strategy of the organisation and its achievements. We have great respect for what has been achieved in 2014 and thank all staff for their commitment and loyalty,” says Joop van Oosten, Chairman of the Supervisory Board. Although profitability needs to increase further, we have seen a positive development in the quality of the organisation, the cost awareness and client focus of all employees.”

Organogram 2015Royal HaskoningDHV is an independent organisation owned by its employees. We are organised globally across eight business lines with market focus. Each Business Line Director has an integral responsibility and reports to the Executive Board, which is supervised by the Supervisory Board. The business is supported by Corporate Groups.



Image: Organogram 2015 (click to enlarge)