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Minova’s resin experts supported Metrail Construction Limited alongside Otto Alte-Teigeler GmbH (OAT) to provide an innovative, cost-effective and time-efficient solution for National Highways England.
The A465 Heads of the Valleys upgrade is the biggest road project in Wales and one of the biggest in the UK.
Minova supported the Vadlaheidi tunnel in Iceland to inhibit the heavy inrush of geothermal water. Our successful and timely intervention allowed for the excavation to be continued uninterrupted.
A stretch of the line between Fort William and Mallaig featured in many of the Harry Potter film series, including the Glenfinnan viaduct. The route was also voted as “best line” for scenery by readers of Wanderlust magazine for its views of some of Scotland’s finest lochs and mountains.
Minova products supported construction of tunnel in Prešov, which was part of the highway project D1 Bratislava - Košice. The route has been under construction since the 1960s.
Minova supplied our clients Metrostav and Tucon with hydraulic bolts, SN bolts, Self-Drilling bolts and drilling tools.
The Sunderland Strategic Transport Corridor (SSTC) is a high-profile infrastructure project that began in 2019 to create a continuous dual carriageway link between the A19 and Sunderland city centre.
This substantial city investment, due for completion in Autumn 2021 aims to to improve connectivity, reduce congestion and open up the area for future regeneration.
Minova was engaged by Aarsleff Ground Engineering during Phase 3 of the scheme to provide a retaining structure and slope stabilisation system across a 2km stretch of the carriageway.
The £40M phase is to run East from the Southern end of the Northern Spire bridge over the River Wear, through the former Pallion Shipyard.