Trenchless Technology

Trenchless technology is a new
type of subsurface construction
work for the installation of
pipelines and cables below the
ground with no trench excavation.

 

Recent Projects

HDD - Akaroa Harbour Water Supply Reticulation Upgrade

HDD - Akaroa Harbour Water Supply Reticulation Upgrade

The penultimate drillshot and backream of a 120m long, 180mm diameter drinking water supply pipeline, up slope to the summit of Old Coach Road, Akaroa.

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Project KAREN UFB Cable Lay

Project KAREN UFB Cable Lay


TruLine Civil undertook laying in excess of 100km of the UFB ducting for this large project including several kilometres of continuous rock-saw trenching in the Marlborough Sounds...

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Mole Ploughing

Mole Ploughing

‘Moling’ with a mole plough is a neat trenchless method used to to lay buried services of virtually any description; telecommunications, water, drainage, electricity, gas supply… below the ground with minimal excavation, and virtually zero rehabilitation, a simple pass of the excavator track is sufficient to close over the ripped slot.

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Prestons Pressure Sewer

Prestons Pressure Sewer

Highly accurate and technically difficult drilling was required to install new Parklands West Area Infrastructure Gravity Wastewater line. 

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