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  • Successful drilling Alkmaar Heat Network

    Successful drilling Alkmaar Heat Network

    As part of the construction of the Alkmaar Heat Network, A.Hak performed a successful drilling under the Westtangent in Heerhugowaard on Tuesday, April 17th.

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  • Beautiful images of TAP Albania

    Beautiful images of TAP Albania

    When you build a pipeline in the rugged, mountainous landscape of Albania, it should yield beautiful images. The film and photo material of TAP (Trans Adriatic Pipeline) proves just that.

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  • Outstanding result in KSA

    Outstanding result in KSA

    The Khurais Seawater Pipeline Project has been successfully completed. In a written statement, client Saudi Aramco characterizes our contribution to the project as outstanding.

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  • Privacy Statement updated

    Privacy Statement updated

    With effect from 1 April 2018, A.Hak applies a new Privacy Statement that is in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

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  • Sitech Services acquires MCL

    Sitech Services acquires MCL

    Sitech Services from Geleen acquired Mechanical Contracting Limburg (MCL) from A.Hak on March 15, 2018. No jobs were lost when the company was taken over.

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  • CEO Iain Light retires

    CEO Iain Light retires

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  • New owner for Tjaden

    New owner for Tjaden

    Friday, November 17th, Hölscher Wasserbau acquired the shares of Tjaden from A.Hak. The divestment of Tjaden is part of A.Hak's strategy to fgocus more strongly on its core business: the construction of mostly underground infrastructure.

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  • TBM for Humber project delivered

    TBM for Humber project delivered

    As part of the EPC-contract for replacement of a gas transport pipeline for National Grid (UK), the tunnel boring machine (TBM) was manufactured according to precise specifactions.

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  • One million man hours without LTIs

    One million man hours without LTIs

    A.Hak is working on the construction of a pipeline for Saudi Aramco in the Kingdom of Saudi-Arabia. This week the million man hour mark was reached without a single LTI (lost time incident).

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  • TAP: safely and swiftly

    TAP: safely and swiftly

    Together with Spiecapag, A.Hak International constructs the Albanian segment of the Trans Adriatic Pipeline. The work is progressing safely and swiftly.

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    One million man hours without LTIs One million man hours without LTIs

    One million man hours without LTIs

    A.Hak is working on the construction of a pipeline for Saudi Aramco in the Kingdom of Saudi-Arabia. This week the million man hour mark was reached without a single LTI (lost time incident).

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    Water for Saudi Arabia Water for Saudi Arabia

    Water for Saudi Arabia

    A.Hak is known for it's expertise when it comes to the construction of water transport pipelines. A.Hak International proved this once again in Riyadh.

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    aQuaintance 10 years LTI free aQuaintance 10 years LTI free

    aQuaintance 10 years LTI free

    aQuaintance, the company responsible for the onshore projects of NAM, reached a unique safety milestone. The company, with shareholders A.Hak Leidingbouw, ENGIE and Tebodin, has worked for ten years without LTI’s.

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    Bergermeer Gas storage facility Bergermeer Gas storage facility

    Bergermeer Gas storage facility

    For the construction of the largest underground gas storage facility in Western Europe A.Hak Leidingbouw constructed eight pipelines. The combined length of the tubing was 37.5 kilometers.