Remote Access Construction: BAT Construction Ltd. commonly uses helicopter and rail access to some of the toughest, most remote sites that the Americas have to offer. In these remote and unique construction projects, we quite often are installing debris barriers, communication masts, gas-ex avalanche cannons and remote monitoring systems.
We have accessed some of the most remote sites in the world. From the centre of the Northern Canadian tundra, where there are only ice roads in the winter and fly in only in the summer, to remote valleys and gorges in Peru, we have the experience, the equipment and the know how to get even the toughest jobs done.
We have a fleet of drills that are powerful and compact enough for remote access and difficult access drilling. We are always up to these challenges.
Many of our remote access sites require HeliPad Construction. Creating a safe landing zone, with the proper structural design and size requirements is crucial for most Remote Access construction projects.
Working on the top of and avalanche chute in the Rocky Mountains in British Columbia, all crews, equipment and supplied needed to be choppered in. Here is a chopper flying in some Mesh Systems being used for avalanche and rock control.
Travelling to a remote section of the East Coast, our crews and equipment needed to be choppered into this remote drilling and anchor project in Newfoundland.
On the southern border of Manitoba, in the dead of winter, our crews and equipment crossed the country for this Micropiles project 2 hours away south of Steinbach, MB.