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Engineered Solutions

Engineered Solutions

Engineered Solutions

One of the greatest advantages of the various trenchless methods is combining their best qualities to create an innovative approach for a challenging project. Count on Akkerman to develop a tailored approach or modifying existing technology to achieve your project challenges. Our sales and engineering professionals will work with your team to identify a design solution for your specific application.

Even if you already own an entire fleet of Akkerman equipment, blending methods may open the door for a new service opportunity for your company with little capital investment. Our staff is not afraid of devising a creative approach to help you maximize your resources for successful project completion.

Learn more about some of our customer’s project successes to see how others have overcome challenges. Please contact our sales department to discuss your options.

Engineered Solutions Case Studies

The Future is Now – How Artificial Intelligence Is Impacting Trenchless Technology

Akkerman vice president and chief revenue officer Jason Holden was recently quoted in an article from Trenchless Technology. While AI may be more visible on the pipe inspection side, the technology is being used in new installation applications, primarily in areas of data logging, crew safety and guidance. In smaller ways, AI technology has been […]

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Case Study: Pipe Jacking & Utility Tunneling

The following article was recently published in the 2022 annual Texas & Oklahoma Trenchless Report. Project Overview The project involved the construction of a 36-inch diameter HDPE water line inside of a 48-inch diameter casing, that ran under highway I-20 and a Union Pacific Railroad near Stanton, TX. While using their 48SCII TBM with standard […]

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City of Phoenix Supports $12B Microchip Facility With Fast-Tracked Water Infrastructure Enhancements

An image of a TBM system being used by SSC Underground was featured in a recent article from Engineering News-Record. The city of Phoenix is constructing new water and wastewater infrastructure to support a microchip facility being built on the north side of the valley for the Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC). This facility will […]

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