• About A.Hak
  • About A.Hak
  • About A.Hak

About A.Hak

We are a family-owned company with 55 years of experience in the construction of underground infrastructure for transport and distribution of oil and gas, water and electricity. Experience we also put to good use in the field of renewable energy solutions.

Connecting since 1963
Since its foundation in 1963, A.Hak has grown from a nationally operating pipeline company into a renowned, globally operating organization. 

A.Hak is your partner of choice

  • Our specialized companies install both large transport pipelines and high-voltage cables as well as home and company connections.
  • Supporting services include our own equipment department and specialists in horizontal drilling.
  • Safety and quality are our top priorities. We have the certificates and references to live up to that claim.
  • We are renowned for our Dutch hands-on mentality and solution-oriented attitude.
  • news

    Project film Beverwijk-Wijngaarden Project film Beverwijk-Wijngaarden

    Project film Beverwijk-Wijngaarden

    A.Hak constructed two thirds of Gasunie's gas transport pipeline between the Dutch towns of Beverwijk and Wijngaarden.

  • projects

    North-South Route North-South Route

    North-South Route

    For the realization of the North-South Route, a major expansion of Gasunie's gas transport network in the Netherlands, we constructed many kilometers of natural gas pipelines and worked on several compressor stations.

  • projects

    Heat transfer pipeline under water Heat transfer pipeline under water

    Heat transfer pipeline under water

    Several A-Hak companies have contributed to the realization of a double heat transport pipeline. The pipeline makes it possible to use waste heat from two plants in the heating of a residential area.

  • news

    TBM Mary is halfway her journey TBM Mary is halfway her journey

    TBM Mary is halfway her journey

    Mary, National Grid’s 510 tonne tunnel boring machine, is now halfway through her 5 km journey under the River Humber.