For the Bullseye team – who have been microtunnelling since 2001 and involved in Trenchless Technology since the early 90s – the acquisition was ideal in extending their capabilities, especially in the large diameter installations.
The Bullseye team built their reputation in small diameter microtunnelling and have said that they are now delighted to now offer an extensive capacity in larger diameters.
In microtunnelling, Bullseye already owned and operated three vacuum style machines and one pilot machine. In the equipment acquired, Bullseye picked up two vacuum microtunnelling units capable up to 1,200 mm.
Along with this extended capacity in microtunnelling, Bullseye also added to its pipe jacking fleet with the new Brevini system to add to its exist fleet of pipe jacking equipment.Article continues below…
In addition, Bullseye added to its two auger borers with and additional two auger borers. The Bullseye team said that dry cutting of auger boring is great at present with the current restrictions on availability of water.
A fully equipped workshop added to the engineering capacity that was already in existence.
To top off the deal, Bullseye secured several key staff to add to its experienced team.
According to Stuart Harrison, “Our experienced team is passionate about driving our company into the future. At Bullseye we are building a team that propels itself by sharing both the responsibilities and the rewards. If you are looking to become part of our winning team please contact us to discuss our innovative agreements that allow us to grow together and create a brighter future.”