Aomi Construction Co., Ltd. has been engaged in marine civil engineering since its foundation and has cultivated Japan's land surrounded by the sea.
Marine engineering is a general term for civil engineering work related to the construction of breakwaters, mooring facilities, submerged tunnels, and artificial islands, as well as reclamation, dredging, and marine research.
Underwater Backhoe Big Crab
This technology mechanizes the screeding work done by divers in the water.
This construction method is capable of responding to the earthquake resistance, deterioration, and increasing size of vessels at low cost with a short construction period while the facilities are in service.
Dredging Construction Technology
Dredging removes sediment accumulated in the seabed, the bottom of ports, sea routes, rivers, and lakes.
Caisson Quay and Breakwater Construction Technology
A caisson is a large box made of reinforced concrete. It is used as a breakwater to prevent waves and as a quay to anchor ships.
Pier Mooring Wharf Construction Technology
Pier mooring is a mooring facility that is often used at ports and harbors.It has a light structure with floorboards placed on columns such as steel pipe piles driven into the bottom of the water, making it suitable for locations where the ground is soft.
Immersed Caisson Construction Technology
The submerged tunnel construction method is a technology to construct a tunnel, etc., at the bottom of the sea by immersing a submerged Caisson made of concrete, steel plate, etc., as a dry dock or on land.This method has the advantage of reducing the overall length of the tunnel because it is constructed by connecting artificial islands, etc., and can reduce the overburden of the tunnel.