Low disruption excavation
Denys has developed a tunnelling technique with very limited disruption to existing road traffic.
The disastrous traffic situation and the rising number of deaths on our roads requires us to devise creative and quick solutions to put an end to this intolerable social problem.
It is in this broad context of infrastructure changes / extensions that Denys has developed TZH-tunnelling, a tunnelling technique with limited disruption to existing road traffic.
This project is particularly useful in areas where changing in the existing infrastructure is required and where this intervention would have an irresponsible impact on traffic if conventional construction were used.
With our creative technology - which is patented - we believe that we can reduce traffic disruption to a minimum, making the necessary intervention socially tolerable.
The project consists of a studied and conscientious combination of special foundation techniques with precast tunnel roof elements.
The tunnel is guaranteed waterproof. The execution time is minimal. The flow of traffic is changed for just 2 to 4 weekends, thus helping to keep the overall traffic disruption during construction to a minimum.
Costhas to be related to theldquo;minimum interferencerdquo; criterion: the success of the project depends on this.