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Cockatoo Island Seawall Seepage Barrier

2017-06-27

Sysbohr’s thunder down under!

 

Öffnet externen Link in neuem FensterAs featured in the March / April 2017 issue of “Deep Foundations” magazine.

 

Sysbohr components were successfully applied on a challenging project at the Cockatoo island iron ore mine off the Kimberley coast in the northwest of Western Australia. The mine was recently expanded up to about 50 m (165 ft) below sea level using staged construction to create a rock fill seawall around the open cut mining operation. The “stage 4" expansion utilised an innovative seepage barrier solution using a grout curtain to provide the necessary cutoff to allow access to high-grade ore, while protecting the mine from inundation by the sea.

 

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Vöbu, Geotherm & Mawev 2015

Many thanks to all customers, distributors, partners and other interested guests for the visit of our booths at the Vöbu, Geotherm and Mawev fairs in 2015. As in previous years we look back to sucessful fairs with a lot of good contacts and interesting discussions. Thank you for your visit.


Many thanks to all customers

Many thanks to all customers, partners and interested visitors who we have been pleased to welcome on our stand on the occasion of the GEOFLUID 2012 in Piacenza. It was a great pleasure for us having met you there and having got the opportunity for interesting talks and contacts!


Sonic Drill Corporation (SDC) in Canada and Sysbohr GmbH Drilling Technique for the Construction Industry - Partners from July 2012

Sysbohr GmbH, Fulda Germany, has signed a collaboration and licensing agreement with Sonic Drill Corporation of Canada for Europe. Sonic Drill Corporation based in British Columbia Canada is a manufacturer of Sonic drill rigs and licensed drilling systems. Sysbohr Fulda GmbH will manufacture and distribute these drilling systems under license in Europe. Sonic Drill Corporation will in turn distribute the products of Sysbohr GmbH in Canada.

Click here to open the home page of Sonic Drill Corporation. New official distributor in Canada and USA for Sysbohr products.


One of the latest main projects that required Sysbohr

One of the latest main projects that required Sysbohr

A recent major project that required Sysbohr’s support was on a job site in the centre of Berlin. The surface area of the excavation at the Leipziger Platz covers more than 20.000 square meters and is 20 meters deep. In order to keep the underground water under control and to stabilize the surrounding soil more than 3000 piles and anchors were drilled into the base and side walls. The piles and anchors were on average over 16m in length and form the foundations of a new shopping centre.


Aschaffenburg construction company and Sysbohr with its cooperation partner Bohrtech actively supported motorway expansion

Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 08.04.2011, Nr. 83, S. 62

Autobahn A3 – Sysbohr supported slope stabilization

Due to a slope slide during three-lane expansion project oft he A3 next to Waldaschaff (near Frankfurt and Aschaffendburg), the contruction operations had to be interrupted immediately. This threatened to cause a serious delay to the project.

Sysbohr were involved in resolving this unforeseen occurrence. One of their drilling systems was used to fill up drilling holes with metal rods and subsequent cement grout. This action helped to stabilize the slope.

Another service Sysbohr provided was with their hydraulic casing lifter fitted to an excavator. The assistance was also a device factor in keeping to the given time schedule.

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