With more than 65 years of innovation and experience, The Robbins Company is the world’s foremost developer and manufacturer of advanced, underground construction machinery. Robbins has been involved in hundreds of tunnel boring projects around the world. Today Robbins offers an extensive range of underground excavation equipment. Whether you need to build a 4-lane highway through the heart of the Himalayas, construct a 10 km subway tunnel through Hong Kong, or bore a 0.7 m tunnel for a gravity sewer in your town, Robbins makes the best machines to do the job safely and efficiently.
Robbins is an international organization with primary manufacturing facilities worldwide, 8 international subsidiaries, and representatives worldwide. We can support you wherever you are, whether your project is in the remotest part of China or in the heart of New York City. Robbins is your partner in any country, in any culture.
Tunnel Boring Machines from Robbins Company
Motorized Small Boring Unit from Robbins Company
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Prof. James Tour
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