Steve Jordan spoke to Intelligent Build.tech magazine about the reduced impact of the hyperTunnel swarm construction method on the environment, and particularly wildlife and habitats. With less disruptive and more affordable in-situ robotic construction, more infrastructure can be moved below ground, allowing more of the land above ground to return to nature. hyperTunnel builds come with smaller construction sites and fewer resources are consumed. Our approach makes infrastructure maintenance, as opposed to carbon-intensive newbuilds, more feasible. We bring new answers to groundwater stabilisation problems and can help sites with legacy landfill issues.
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