Alberta, Canada, 2005
Dewatering For Pipeline Installation

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This job called for a 200' long by 12' high AquaDam (big black roll), and (2) 8' high AquaDams (white rolls) used as backup AquaDams. Alberta, Canada, 2005
Heavy equipment is an AquaDams best friend, provided the operator is skilled enough to not snag/tear the material of the AquaDam. Alberta, Canada, 2005
AquaDam Alberta, Canada, 2005
AquaDams come rolled on wooden beams. This way, they are as compact as possible, as well as being able to float during installation. Alberta, Canada, 2005
Slow and steady is the key when dealing with AquaDams. Nothing good happens quickly. Take your time, and all will go well. Alberta, Canada, 2005
AquaDam Alberta, Canada, 2005
AquaDam Alberta, Canada, 2005
3" gas-powered portable water pumps are prepared. The partially unrolled AquaDam is floating in the water. Alberta, Canada, 2005
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