Trenchless technology makes possible to construct subsurface utility infrastructure with minimal environmental impact, since cables or pipes of various diameter and various application are laid out underground by ramming. First of all, a tunnel is made and an oversize pipe is laid out, then the intended pipe or cable (or cables) is pulled in.

Such solution is suitable for construction of new utility lines and for replacement or rehabilitation of existing ones. The technology is irreplaceable, when it is necessary to install communication lines with little or no impact to the surrounding area. Also, it is recommended, when subsurface utility lines shall be installed or replaced in hardly accessible places.

Trenchless technology is applicable for construction of water, gas and oil supply lines, sewer and heating pipelines, as well as for installation of electrical cables and optical fibber telecommunication cables.

Trenchless technology can be applied:
  • under a water pond or in a nature reserve;
  • under a townscape, road, railroad, park, or yard;
  • under a building.

Trenchless technology helps you:
  • Retain uninterrupted on-the-ground activities: there is no need to disrupt or restrict any road or railroad traffic, or disturb busy office work in buildings, since all construction work is done underground.
  • Keep costs down: work is done much easier, since there is no need to recover the removed asphalt layer, replant or restore damaged territory.
  • Shorten completion time: modern trenchless technology ensures shorter construction terms.