British Columbia tunnelling contractor Kamloops Augering & Boring is enjoying great success with a distinctive combination of pipe installation methods for quick, accurate and extremely powerful pipejacking. Kamloop’s three-pass process method is a hybrid technique and uniquely its own. Once its current project is complete, it will have installed three culverts (3m OD) using this technique under Highway 1 in Langley, British Columbia (BC).
When Canadian Natural Resources Ltd. (CNRL) needed to install a pipeline next to an existing hotline that carried millions of dollars of oil per day to their Horizon facility they trusted The Crossing Company.
The Crossing Company Inc., the leading provider of trenchless construction in Canada, has completed a complementary acquisition. Effective June 1, 2012, The Crossing Company has acquired all the assets of Dwayne Unger Construction Ltd. (Unger) including operating facilities in Grande Prairie, Alberta and Taber, Alberta.
The Crossing Company, along with the City of Edmonton and Ivis Inc., have signed a landmark agreement with the University of Alberta to establish the Consortium for Engineered Trenchless Technologies (CETT).
The HDD Company recently completed a high profile 7,400 foot (2,256 m) watermain installation. The project involved crossings of Napa Valley Memorial Park Cemetary, Napa City College, Kennedy Park Golf Course and Native American artifact sites. Trenchless International documented this critical project in their April edition.