With the knowledge that one piece of debris could cause significant damage – and potentially a black-out – TCC’s expertise for delivering vibration-free stitch diamond drilling was put to the test when a Reading electricity sub-station was replaced.
The Scilly Mission involves a team of three island boys (from Tresco in the Isles of Scilly that is) taking a small family car through 17 countries, 5 mountain ranges, 2 deserts, 2 continents over 10,000 miles of unpredictable road.
At TCC we invest in both our plant and our people. All operatives are directly employed and trained in the technical skills of operating our specialist plant including the relevant health and safety issues involved with the plant and the working environment it is being used in.
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