• Electricity

Electricity

As part of the energy transition, sustainably generated electricity increasingly takes the place of energy from fossil sources. A.Hak specializes in the construction of underground high-voltage cables that bring this clean electricity to its destination.

A.Hak is active in the design, construction and maintenance of underground low, medium and high voltage connections. We can be flexibly deployed, from installation orders to full EPC contracts. We take care of engineering, tracing, permit procedures, material deliveries, the realization of cable routes and all related assembly and disassembly work.

In the field of house connections we often install electricity in combination with gas and water. In this segment we operate at the forefront of digital project communication with our clients. Together we ensure maximum efficiency in the process of installation and connection, in order to serve the end customer as well as possible.

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    One million man hours without LTIs One million man hours without LTIs

    One million man hours without LTIs

    A.Hak is working on the construction of a pipeline for Saudi Aramco in the Kingdom of Saudi-Arabia. This week the million man hour mark was reached without a single LTI (lost time incident).

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    Drone images River Humber Gas Pipeline Replacement Project Drone images River Humber Gas Pipeline Replacement Project

    Drone images River Humber Gas Pipeline Replacement Project

    Watch the site of the River Humber Gas Pipeline Replacement Project from above.

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    Outstanding result in KSA Outstanding result in KSA

    Outstanding result in KSA

    The Khurais Seawater Pipeline Project has been successfully completed. In a written statement, client Saudi Aramco characterizes our contribution to the project as outstanding.

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    Cameras rolling at the Humber project Cameras rolling at the Humber project

    Cameras rolling at the Humber project

    The replacement of the gas pipeline under the Humber River in England is attracting the attention of camera crews, including those of the BBC.