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Royal HaskoningDHV

Streamlining district heating design drafts to save time and improve efficiency

Mark Van Oostende, Pipelines Advisor, Royal HaskoningDHV

IQGeo Royal HaskoningDHV customer case study

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Royal HaskoningDHV and IQGeo customer story


consultancy firm

Royal HaskoningDHV and IQGeo customer story


Amersfoort, Netherlands

Royal HaskoningDHV and IQGeo customer story


employees worldwide

Royal HaskoningDHV and IQGeo customer story

Thanks to the software, you know exactly how long the network is going to be. You end up with an optimal result, which saves costs. In addition, we optimize our own time. And if we need assistance, the support team is there for us.

Mark Van Oostende, Pipelines Advisor, Royal HaskoningDHV


Royal HaskoningDHV wanted software to aid in designing district heating networks for sustainability in line with the Netherlands' climate deal. They needed a tool to optimize network parameters, import GIS data, and automate demand points, surpassing Excel's capabilities.


IQGeo’s Comsof Heat software significantly benefited Royal HaskoningDHV by enabling precise district heating network design, optimizing parameters, and saving time. It streamlined workflows, improving efficiency and proficiency. Ongoing support, continual improvements, and new features, such as manual substation placement and Google Street View visualization, made it indispensable for cost-effective network designs.

In August 2022, IQGeo announced the acquisition of Comsof. Read the article in full on our news page


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