Kana Pipeline Images
This is the spoil of soil collected underground in the adjacent bore pit. Pipeline construction crews are working to bore and tunnel an 84" steel pipeline casing underneath railroad tracks that cross this pipeline at a perpendicular angle. Within this
A muck bowl is a term used in construction boring and tunneling operations for the container that carries excess soil from underground pipeline tunneling operations.
This is what it looks like from the inside of this 84" steel pipe casing which is facing out towards the track car. Can you imagine yourself being inside this pipe?
This is the view from inside the 84" diameter wide tunnel, made of 1" thick steel, being used as a casing to bore through native underground soil. The purpose of this bore is to make way for the installation of
This is an 84" steel pipe casing which is being used to install 60" reinforced concrete pipe (RCP) which will run underneath a railroad track, to provide storm drainage pipeline service from a local airport.
This track car is going inside this 84" steel pipe to scoop up the inside of the dirt collected from boring operations.
The bore and tunnel work featured here is working on a track system. A track car will go inside this 84" steel pipe casing tunnel to collect soil gathered from tunneling operations.
Here, Kana Pipeline is boring and tunneling underneath a railroad near the Riverside Airport to extend a 60" reinforced concrete (RCP) storm drain pipeline within an 84" steel casing.
Underneath this street, on Crescent Drive, in front of Beverly Hills City Hall, exists a newly built 3-level underground parking garage. Kana Pipeline provided massive pipeline utility relocations necessary in order to build out this garage, and then installed new
This is one of several projects where Kana Pipeline's Subsurface Utility Engineering (SUE) Division contracted to locate and mark the underground utilities within a gas company facility.
This is an example of a new commercial construction project that has built several bioswales in its parking lot as part of its storm drainage system to reduce rainwater pollutants from entering American waters.
This is a close-up view of the special stamp that is embossed on extra strength vitrified clay (VCP) sewer pipe. You will also notice the grainier surface of the pipe material. Regular VCP has a smoother surface.