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Het Huys Dever Castle
The Het Huys Dever Castle placed near Lisse in the Netherlands and is dated back to the fourteenth century. In 2000 the moat around the castle was restored. The castle can be entered by crossing a traditional Dutch drawbridge.

The bridge including its main construction and sheet piling was renovated in 2004. For this work FSC certified timber in the combination of the tropical species Muiracatiara, Piquia and Angelim vermelho was used. These species are often used in heavy carpentry and bridge constructions.
Case details
Country:Netherlands
City:Lisse
Year:2004
Place of construction:Lisse
Constructed by:Haasnoot Bruggen BV
Designed by:Haasnoot Bruggen BV
Project owned by:
Wood supplied by:Precious Woods
FSC License Code:FSC-C004141
Species used
Types of use
Bridges (Parts in contact with water or ground), Bridges (Parts not in contact with water or ground), Decking , Heavy carpentry, Hydraulic works (fresh water)
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