Working at Huisman
Equipped for Impact.
Working at Huisman means working in a team of innovators. We develop step changing technical solutions and translate these into the design and construction of the largest construction equipment. We have been doing this since 1929.
Our history is one of setting new industry standards, of creating impact. Do you want to work at Huisman? Then we count on you to be ‘equipped for impact’.
Our people are at the core of our success. Our projects are highly complex and innovative, and require solution-oriented thinking, high-level technology, creativity and ownership. Therefore, we are always on the lookout for talented and ambitious team players. Do you want to be part of a world-wide-operating team of innovators? And do you have what it takes to make an impact? Then Huisman has plenty of opportunities for you and perhaps the job you have been looking for.
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News & Events
Huisman is on the Move!
We are pleased to announce our intention to open a new location in Twente, Overijssel this year. The region features an abundance of engineering talent and we are looking to work with these highly skilled personnel to further strengthen our team.Read more
Huisman signs 2,600mt Leg Encircling Crane contract for Eneti’s second Wind Turbine Installation Vessel
Huisman has announced the signing of a contract with Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME) for delivery of another 2,600mt Leg Encircling Crane (LEC). This follows a previous order, in July last year, for a similar crane. This crane will be installed on the second Wind Turbine Installation Vessel ordered by Eneti and constructed by DSME.Read more
Huisman Composite Tubulars demonstrate impressive performance in latest test of strength
Recently, Huisman’s Composite Tubulars demonstrated their strength in a test facilitated by the Rijswijk Centre for Geo-energy in the Netherlands. During the test, a newly developed 9 5/8” full composite pipe took an impressive 530 bar external pressure before it finally collapsed.Read more