Nordsee Nassbagger- und Tiefbau GmbH is an operating company of the DEME Group. The Belgian dredging and hydraulic engineering group D.E.M.E. NV has won a prominent position on the world market in a number of highly specialized and complex hydraulic disciplines. The company fosters a strong innovative approach and has been a pioneer in technical innovation throughout its history. The Group has almost 175 years of experience in its core dredging and land reclamation activities and hydraulic engineering and executed major works of marine engineering infrastructure such as new ports, waterways, airports, artificial islands, residential and recreational areas, industrial areas, roads, bridges etc on all continents.
In support of DEME’s dredging activities, and to enable them to offer their clients global solutions for their port and waterway developments and large-scale land reclamation projects, the Group offers an impressive range of services in the environmental field, sea aggregate winning, complex marine construction such as foundation and installation of offshore wind farms, offshore heavy-lifting, general maritime services and it is developing a whole range of new activities in the field of energy and mining.
Thanks to its multidisciplinary capabilities, the synergies in many projects, and its integrated corporate structure, DEME has become a global solutions provider.
DEME has created a network of branch offices and agencies on all continents. Today, the company is active in over 90 different countries and has a permanent workforce of 4,500 dedicated people.
DEME companies can rely on a dredging fleet consisting of 90 main vessels backed by a broad range of auxiliary equipment. In 2014 at Group level a turnover amounting to 2.587 billion EUR was generated.
DEME faces the future of world-wide development with confidence based on an innovative approach, with care for the environment and dedication to sustainable development. “Creating land for the future” is our contribution to a better living world for future generations.