Infrastructure

Horizontal Directional Drilling

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Michels Canada’s successful use of Horizontal Directional Drilling (HDD) on pipeline installations translates perfectly to sewer projects. This proven method is trenchless, accurate and environmentally friendly. As an industry leader, Michels has perfected its technique for completing installations in urban, rural and wetland areas and under highways, waterways, and other challenging environments. Michels custom-modified large rigs are capable of drilling up to 60 inches in diameter and more than 2,000 meters in length.

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Horizontal Directional Drilling

McLoughlin Point Wastewater Treatment Plant HDD

BC

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McLoughlin Point Wastewater Treatment Plant HDD

Michels Canada used Horizontal Directional Drilling (HDD) to install a 36-inch steel pipe under Deadhorse Creek.

Horizontal Directional Drilling

Line 3 Replacement Deadhorse Creek Crossing

Manitoba

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Line 3 Replacement Deadhorse Creek Crossing

Michels was subcontracted to provide all labour, equipment and materials required to complete two 36-inch diameter Horizontal Directional Drills (HDDs) on the King's North Connection Project, an 11-kilometre pipeline project.

Horizontal Directional Drilling

King's North Connection Project HDD

ON

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King's North Connection Project HDD

Michels used HDD to complete a 800 metre of 12-inch pipe installation under the St. Lawrence River.

Horizontal Directional Drilling

St. Lawrence River Crossing

ON

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St. Lawrence River Crossing

Horizontal Directional Drilling

Ocean Sciences Center

Canada

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Ocean Sciences Center