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Successful mine managers choose efficient mine site solutions from AIL to let them build in efficiencies from the ground up.

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Four-Flange Structural Liner gives vent raise “THE EDGE.”By selecting our innovative Four-Flange Structural Liner (aka “THE EDGE”) for a vent raise project, The Escobal Mine team saved valuable time and money over ringset and lagging or concrete alternatives. 

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liner-shaft-thumb Lightweight, versatile shaft form liner.Cementation Canada Inc. was contracted by New Gold Inc. to line a 3.6 m diameter vertical shaft at their New Afton Mine near Kamloops, BC. 

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quarry-index-thumb Innovative crusher wall installation avoids extra costs.When the water table ruled out an excavated pit-style crusher wall installation, AIL’s Vist-A-Walls rose to the occasion by doubling as a truck ramp.

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Twin Super•Cor® Arches in Australia. Urgent bridge replacement: from start to finish in 120 days.On an accelerated schedule, the AIL Group manufactured, delivered and installed twin Super•Cor Structural Plate Arches, getting trains back on track in 120 days.

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AIL builds world’s largest corrugated arch using Super•Cor AIL engineers world’s largest corrugated arch.On an accelerated schedule, AIL designed and fabricated the world’s largest corrugated arch using Super•Cor for Whitehorse Creek, AB, coal mine.

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Super•Cor steel arch spans creek. Strong, economical, green solution for heavy haul road.Super•Cor Steel Arch spans 20 m without disturbing waterway and saves client time and money over conventional concrete bridging options.

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Heavy haul road arch system at Nammuldi Mine, Australia.
No traffic interruptions building Super•Cor haul road arches.Atlantic Civil Products, a major AIL licensee in Australia , faced a big challenge when they committed to constructing a two-lane heavy haul road arch above an existing rail line.

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