• Drillcon wins No-Dig Award
  • Drillcon wins No-Dig Award

Drillcon wins No-Dig Award

8 October 2015

The NSTT No-Dig Award 2015 has been awarded to A.Hak Drillcon and water company PWN. Their combination of the HDD drilling technique and classical soil investigation techniques made it possible to make a detailed profile of the soil conditions at the Marsdiep, a deep tide-race in the Netherlands, between Den Helder and Texel. 

The award winning project was part of preliminary investigations conducted by A.Hak Drillcon and PWN. The results will be used for the construction of a water pipeline between Den Helder, on the Dutch mainland, and the island of Texel.

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