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Working in conjunction with environmental specialists, ACO has utilized its extensive knowledge of surface drainage to develop a proven amphibian tunnel and drift fencing system.
The first tunnel systems were installed in Europe and North America in 1987. Since this date, numerous sites have utilized the ACO tunnel and fencing system.
In comparison to the provision of replacement spawning grounds, wildlife guidance system are readily accepted by amphibians. The animals are led safely to their habitats: amphibians, reptiles, and small mammals can safely cross under roads with a tunnel system and are prevented from reaching the road surface by surrounding fencing - a measure to protect both animals and humans.
ACO is the leader in providing continuing education on surface drainage. ACO has been providing AIA Certified Courses for almost 12 years. For further details on the courses provided free of charge, please contact us.
ASBA Technical Meeting -
Florida, December 2 – 6, 2016
FSA Winter Conference-
Innisbrook Golf and Spa, Palm Harbor
December 7 – 9, 2016
Oregon, January 9 – 11, 2017
Orlando, Florida, January 10 – 12, 2017
World of Concrete -
Las Vegas, NV, January 17 – 20, 2017
Formula 1 Track
Qmax has been the world's most advanced slot drain for the last few years. ACO provided 7000 m of this innovative product at the new Formula One racing circuit in Austin, Texas. The full range of Qmax is now available in North America.
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