Midwest Mole has been in business since 1982 and is based in central Indiana and works on projects throughout the United States. We specialize in trenchless construction. We have one of the largest fleets of trenchless equipment in the country when it comes to the variety of trenchless methods we are able to provide. We have worked on and around railroads since our founding. We can provide the drainage solution you need. We understand the importance of keeping the trains running and on time. Make us a partner on your next project.
RELAM provides railway equipment for short- or long-term leasing and have equipment for all your railway needs. We strive to provide excellent quality equipment at the best possible prices. Our name has become synonymous with quality service that delivers top of the line products, and this... Read More
Since 1978 Mitchell Equipment has been designing and manufacturing Rail Gear systems for the railroad industry. Our attachment systems are designed to adapt to a wide variety of vehicles. We offer a complete line of retractable Rail Gear systems that can propel vehicles on railroad... Read More
Ballast Tools Equipment (BTE) provides high-performance specialty equipment for railroad track maintenance and construction. Hi-rail machines and attachments designed by BTE are used worldwide serving large railroads, short lines, and contractors. For more than 30 years, BTE has been... Read More
Auger Boring is a process of forming a horizontal bore by jacking the steel casing through the earth from a main shaft to a reception shaft. Soil is removed from inside the encasement by means of a rotating auger. An Auger Boring Machine (ABM) bores through soil or rock with a cutting head and... Read more
Pipe Jacking or Tunneling is a trenchless technology method that uses a system to install prefabricated pipes directly behind a shield or tunnel boring machine. The pipes are installed by utilizing a hydraulic jacking force from the drive shaft. The jacking force is transmitted through a... Read more
Horizontal Directional Drilling is an installation method where the drill rig sits on top of the ground and a pilot rod is installed along the alignment. Once the pilot comes out on the other side, a reaming head is attached to the drill rods. Then the hole is enlarged until it has been enlarged... Read more