Bram Demuynck

Methods Engineer

#Collaborating for better solutions

A warm welcome to Bram Demuynck who recently joined our team as Methods Engineer from the BESIX Brussels Engineering Department. With his experience spanning a variety of roles across multiple sectors, he brings the ability to look at projects and their complexities from different perspectives. This includes the technically complex redevelopment of Ghent’s city theatre, a project delivered by Belgian construction company Denys.

Bram has worked on projects where open communication and collaboration have been critical. This includes BESIX’s Leopold 2 Tunnel project, Brussels’ longest road tunnel, where he had the crucial role of liaison engineer between the day and night shifts. Having worked in the industry for over six years in Belgium, Bram’s core objective as Methods Engineer is to find the best technical solution to suit budget, timing, and quality and safety requirements.

“My goal is to embody the engineering-led philosophy that makes BESIX Watpac stand out in this competitive market. I am very excited to contribute to the many challenging projects and tenders we are currently working on all over the country, and beyond.”

“My goal is to embody the engineering-led philosophy that makes BESIX Watpac stand out in this competitive market. I am very excited to contribute to the many challenging projects and tenders we are currently working on all over the country, and beyond.”

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#Meet our people

Liam O’Rourke

Liam O’Rourke

From humble beginnings

Caleb Peachey

Caleb Peachey

Embracing the next challenge

Morgane Dufrasne

Morgane Dufrasne

A passion for progression

Sjoerd Reijnaars

Sjoerd Reijnaars

Dynamically different

Bram Demuynck

Bram Demuynck

Collaborating for better solutions

Melissa Da Silva

Melissa Da Silva

Championing IWD 2022

Dominique Marchand

Dominique Marchand

Delivering complex projects

Linde Ryckeboer

Linde Ryckeboer

Advancing BIM capabilities


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