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25 05, 2018

Renewed cooperation MEA

Bouwimpex and MEA have extended their 25-year exclusive partnership in the field of basement construction products with drainage technology. As of 1 January 2018, Bouwimpex is the exclusive representative for the MEA products in the Netherlands read more >

15 12, 2017

Green stable for the Van den Aker family

In 2017 the Van den Aker family had a new Green Label Sow shed built. Bouwimpex supplied plastic construction materials for this great project to deliver the shed entirely in accordance with the latest building requirements and thus contribute to the Better Life Label (Beter Leven Keurmerk) read more >

2 10, 2017

Total concept for Mts. Bezu Haulerwijk

One concept for more daylight and fresh air as well as the regulation of wind influence in the shed? The LuxAir system was used in combination with special wind pressure hoods for the newly built calf shed of Mts Bezu in Haulerwijk. Both products were developed by Bouwimpex. read more >

2 06, 2017

Eye-catching make-over for theatre building Vis-à-Vis

Next to Almere beach you can find the unique outdoor location of the Vis à Vis with a theatre arena, an outdoor bar and an energy-neutral restaurant. In spring of 2017, a complete renovation of the property took place during which the choice was made for a version with burgundy plastic Bouwplast windows and doors. read more >

2 06, 2016

Bouwplast window frame finish

With the launch of the Bouwplast jamb corner, Bouwimpex offers a ready-made window frame solution for every construction specialist. The plastic window frame is fitted in the recess on the construction site and can be installed in no time. read more >

9 02, 2016

Meavector: for the heavy construction

Meavector concrete egress basement windows are used in projects where high building requirements are set. These large, strong light wells have a long service life and can be produced in various sizes up to as much as 252 centimetres wide. read more >