During my study In Poland, where I was born in 1949, I learned that nothing is as wonderful as building a bridge. While working in the Netherlands, where I moved to in 1981, people told me that the most wonderful thing to do is building a ship...


I was lucky to have built bridges, navigation locks and other large structures my whole life long, and I saw no reason to stop doing this when I was 65. Therefore, I founded a one-person consulting company in construction and I called it RADAR Structural.


Please take a few minutes to look through this website - and contact me when I can be of any help to you.


Ryszard A. Daniel, PhD. Eng

Available for:

consulting services



+31 (0)182 525356



+31 (0)6 53848780





CoC Rotterdam:

no. 60814721




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RADAR comprises my initials, but it stands for more than that. lt says that my beam antenna is directed outwards. Primarily at my clients but also at everything around that can be relevant for their projects.



Ryszard is my first name; Daniel is the family name. Ryszard is the Polish spelling of Richard. The first may be uneasy for other nationals. So, feel free to write Richard if more convenient.



Consulting services in heavy structural,  civil, and mechanical engineering. This covers infrastructure, industrial and utility projects. Please turn to the pages SERVICES and EXPERTISE for details.



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