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Date: 10/03/2017 | Category:

The demand for work within industries such as microtunnelling is not always stable. Periods of high and low demand are constantly changing and can be hard to predict. Contractors need to be able to balance these demand periods and consider their decisions – as one poor choice can be the...


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Date: 25/02/2017 | Category: , , , , , , , ,

When it comes to microtunnelling installations, there is a variety of methods and systems available, so it is important to choose the right technique to suit your individual site and project specifications. It’s particularly crucial for contractors to work with a machine that can work through a...


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Date: 22/02/2017 | Category: , , , , ,

Understanding ground conditions is key to getting a job done on time. The information a contractor has before starting a job is critical as geotech surveys do not always give the complete picture and once the drill starts it’s hard to – or impossible – turn back. This can cost clients...


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Date: 07/02/2017 | Category: ,

The mobility of your microtunnelling contractor is an important factor to consider when choosing a suitable team for your project. According to Stuart Harrison, Managing Director of Edge Underground, if your chosen contractor cannot reach the jobsite within a short timeframe and arrive fully...


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Date: 23/03/2016 | Category: , , , , ,

Safety should be the number one priority across all microtunnelling job sites, but how can you be sure that your contractor is taking safety measures seriously across the board? To what extent can you trust their equipment safety measures, and how can you ensure that personnel consistently choose...


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Date: 01/02/2016 | Category: ,

Undertaking a microtunnelling installation within a tight timeframe can increase a project’s difficulty. However, certain measures can be taken to ensure that pipe installation is completed swiftly and efficiently with minimal hassle. We spoke to Stuart Harrison, Managing Director of Edge...


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