Koh Brothers Sennebogen in Singapore canal expansion

By Laura Hatton23 October 2013

At Koh Bros a Sennebogen 683 HD duty cycle crawler crane is making Singapore's canal network more ef

At Koh Bros a Sennebogen 683 HD duty cycle crawler crane is making Singapore's canal network more efficient. Singapore has a population of 5,400,000

In Singaore Koh Brothers Building & Civil Engineering Contractors is using a Sennebogen 683 HD telescopic crawler crane to help construct a canal system.

The project consists of an underground canal system that is being expanded 3.2 km between Bukit Timah Road and the Holland Green to help compensate for heavy rainwater.

The crawler was fitted with a PTC 30 HFV vibratory hammer to drive metre-long sheet piles to a depth of 15 m into the ground, a company spokesperson said.

The work is part of a three year project and is expected to cost around US$99.8 million.

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