Barhale Ltd

Barhale was formed in 1980 as a specialist tunnelling contractor and grew initially through the successful delivery of projects in the water sector, developing mechanical and electrical capabilities and a fabrication and supply subsidiary, alongside our traditional tunnelling, civil engineering and utilities skills.

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The COVID-19 pandemic has slowed life down for millions of Americans, but it hasn’t for Evan Adams, a specialty spots contractor based in Northern California. He currently has five in-progress construction projects, mostly installing school gymnasium floors, that are going full steam ahead due to contractual obligations. In construction, time is money, even during a global health crisis. More than anything we need schools to extend deadlines and just slow the pace, Adams says. It is not es...

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University of Arkansas | April 16, 2020

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Curbed | March 30, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has slowed life down for millions of Americans, but it hasn’t for Evan Adams, a specialty spots contractor based in Northern California. He currently has five in-progress construction projects, mostly installing school gymnasium floors, that are going full steam ahead due to contractual obligations. In construction, time is money, even during a global health crisis. More than anything we need schools to extend deadlines and just slow the pace, Adams says. It is not es...

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MODULAR TECHNOLOGY WORKING TO BUILD OFFSITE SCHOOLS

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