Civil Infrastructure

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Civil Infrastructure

When it comes to major civil infrastructure projects, including thins like road and rail bridges, large-scale construction (even nuclear power plant components and rolling rail stock).

Involving Muller at the early stages of engineering helps optimize construction approaches. This improves safety and aids the succesful construction, transport and installation of critical infrastructure while minimizing disruption.

Muller optimizes civil infrastructure projects to minimize disruption and help manage project complexity, enabling clients to focus on building the physical networks that support our daily lives

Commerce, industry, healthcare, education and culture – all these areas of life rely on a country’s civil infrastructure. As populations grow and mobility needs increase, road and rail networks, sewage systems, bridges, viaducts and tunnels need to be built, expanded or replaced. This involves the construction, and sometimes demolition, of large and heavy structures. While the work is being done, commercial and community life can grind to a halt.

By working with an expert in engineered heavy lifting and transport early on, the impact of such projects can be minimized. As specialists in the field, Muller explore a range of options for civil infrastructure construction companies, finding solutions tailored to a client’s main priorities.

Working with our clients we seek out ways to manage complex projects, often with multiple stakeholders, in a way that reduces disruption and negative impacts on local communities. This might include innovative approaches that dramatically reduce the amount of work at the infrastructure construction site.

For example, bridge and tunnel elements that are fabricated elsewhere and moved into place in one swift operation.