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Sweco’s decentralized business model is a critical key to success. By having a simple, customer-focused way of working, Sweco has developed into a major international player while still maintaining local presence and expertise.

Operations are conducted in seven business areas: Sweco Sweden, Sweco Norway, Sweco Finland, Sweco Denmark, Sweco Netherlands, Sweco Western Europe and Sweco Central Europe. Sweco also has extensive project exports to the rest of the world.

Sweco in Belgium

Sweco Belgium bv/srl, with registered office in Brussels, employs a workforce of 1,500 employees in Belgium. The company’s national network consists of 14 offices in Belgium, 1 in Luxembourg, 2 in Vietnam and 2 in France.

Sweco Belgium nv is organized in five divisions, each headed by a Division Director: Industry, Buildings, Energy, Regional Infrastructure and Highways, Waterways & Light Rail. Each division tailors its services according to specific customer groups and with particular focus on the expectations of its customers and the added value for them. Our experts provide added value as regards advice, research, design, engineering, execution and the management of pluridisciplinary projects, for our business and governmental customers.

The HR, Finance, IT, Legal Affairs and Communication departments (Shared Services) support the processes.

Executive committee Sweco Belgium

  • Erwin Malcorps (Managing Director Sweco Belgium)
  • Bart Van de Sijpe (Division Director Highways, Waterways & Light Rail)
  • Filip Verheyen (Division Director Industry)
  • Carl Verelst (Division Director Regional Infrastructure)
  • Tom Van Den Noortgaete (Division Director Energy)
  • Dirk Boydens (Divison Director Buildings)
  • Vicky De Bollen (Director Finance, Facility & Legal)
  • Marijke Van Cauteren (Director HR & Communication),

The organizational structure of Sweco Belgium
Our management structure is based on a three-dimensional development model:

  • A professional and strategically commercial market approach
  • An efficient and effective development of the operational structures
  • A forward-looking and innovative development combined with knowledge and experience sharing

The operational management team’s key task is to deliver qualitative and innovative projects to our customers. In order to achieve this, the Division Director manages all the operational employees of a business line in our various offices. They ensure that the right employee makes his or her contribution at the right time, under a Project Manager’s supervision. The operational management team motivates and coaches our employees.

Our commercial activities are extremely professional and are designed to find out more about our customer’s expectations. The team’s assignment is to offer the right combination of knowledge and experience. The goal of our commercial managers and account managers is to develop a strong, long-term relation with each customer. To this end, clear agreements have been made and geographic and thematic responsibilities laid down. The commercial managers and account managers assess the customer satisfaction, in cooperation with the quality assurance department.

Knowledge sharing and development make up the cornerstone of our existence. The Business Development Managers investigate the development of market demand, and analyse and coordinate with the Knowledge Managers. They, in turn, develop new or modified knowledge and provide training and knowledge sharing.

Erwin Malcorps

Managing Director Sweco Belgium

Bart Van de Sijpe

Division Director Highways, Waterways & Lightrail

Filip Verheyen

Division Director Industry

Carl Verelst

Division Director Regional Infrastructure

Tom Van Den Noortgaete

Division Director Energy & Business Development Manager

Vicky De Bollen

Director Finance, Facility & Legal

Marijke Van Cauteren

Director HR & Communication

Dirk Boydens

Division Director Buildings