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ACO Tiefbau Vertrieb GmbH (ACO) offers innovative solutions for infrastructure projects where drainage systems are concerned. These innovative products are geared to the enhanced demands of the future: an ever increasing traffic impact, changed environmental conditions, dealing responsibly with the resource water and all in all, more economy.

KerbDrain KD 140: Polymer Concrete Kerb and Drainage Channel at one and the same Time

At the STUVA Exhibition, ACO is presenting a number of construction elements, which among other things have been developed in conjunction with the Rendsburg Canal Tunnel....

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Issue 06/2014

Rendsburg Canal Tunnel: Safe Drainage in Case of Emergency

As early as the tunnel planning stage, the infrastructure and installations have to be taken into consideration, which act in a preventive manner, i.e. that avoid critical incidents as far as...

Issue 05/2019

When Water has to flow “Uphill” – Drainage of the Noise Protection Galleries on the A 96

Widening of the A 96 A large part of the overall costs for the almost 9 km long stretch of the A 96 is for the widening from four to six lanes. This includes the laying of an asphalt surfacing of...

Issue 04/2013 New Products

New Tunnel Channel – presented at the 2013 WTC in Geneva

Experts from the international tunnelling industry will congregate in Geneva from May 31 to June 7, 2013, for the ITA-AITES 2013 World Tunnel Congress and the International Tunnelling and Underground...

Issue 01/2016 Drainage Technology

Technical Improvements make the Pfaffenstein Tunnel safer

The A 93 federal motorway is 270 km long and passes through Bavaria from Hof in the north to Kiefersfeldern on the border with Austria. The roughly 840 m long Pfaffenstein Tunnel in Regensburg is one...

Issue 05/2023

Ibbenbüren Mine Water Drainage Tunnel – Project Presentation and Experience After 24 Months

Inducement Locality and Situation In the Tecklenburg region, RAG Anthrazit Ibbenbüren GmbH operated Germany’s northernmost coal mine. The site consisted of two fields: The West field, which was...