AFI-Uplift helps prepare St Mirren's new home

By Patrick Hill27 November 2008

AFI's JLG 660SJ at St Mirren's new stadium.

AFI's JLG 660SJ at St Mirren's new stadium.

Work platforms from AFI-Uplift's depot in Bellshill, Scotland helped put the finishing touches on St Mirren Football Club's new stadium in Paisley, near Glasgow, Scotland.

The four machines - a 20.3 m working height Genie S-60 and a 22 m working height JLG 660SJ self-propelled telescoping boom, plus two 17.2 m working height Skyjack 9250 scissors - enabled Airedale Electrical in Yeadon, UK to install lighting at the stadium.

The club, which plays in Scotland's top division, is moving from its Love Street Stadium in Paisley, home since 1894, to the new 8000-seat ground at Greenhill Road. The stadium, built by main contractor Barr Construction, will officially open on 31 January.

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