All Restoration and Repair articles – Page 4

  • The Manitowoc 8500-1 crawler crane helping rebuild the Lavallette Boardwalk, Jersey Shore, USA
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    Albert Marine on Hurricane Sandy rebuild

    2013-08-07T10:33:00Z

    Marine contracting company Albert Marine Construction from the USA has been using a Manitowoc 8500-1 crawler crane to help repair damage caused by Hurricane Sandy

  • Harsco faced a demanding schedule at Uppingham Community College in the UK
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    Harsco masterclass

    2013-08-05T12:03:00Z

    Harsco Infrastructure lent its services to a complicated scaffolding project at a school in the UK

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    Kalmar for STS refurbishment

    2013-07-22T15:05:00Z

    Kalmar, part of Cargotec, has been chosen to refurbish and upgrade two 15 year old NDC ship-to-shore (STS) cranes in Hong Kong

  • The Grove GMK6250L needed restoring after it fell into the port of Rio de Janeiro and was damaged by
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    EnCore in Brazil refurbishes first AT

    2013-07-15T12:23:00Z

    A Grove GMK6250L all terrain crane has been refurbished at the Manitowoc EnCore facility in Passo Fundo, Brazil

  • Facelift with its Bronto 50 at Kew Gardens in the UK
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    Kew call for Facelift

    2013-07-05T12:41:00Z

    Facelift was called on to help in a major restoration project at Kew Gardens in the UK

  • The Unic URW-706 mini crane was placed on a purpose-built pontoon
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    Mini crane assists on lock project

    2013-07-04T12:50:00Z

    A Unic mini spider crane from GGR Group, has helped assist with repair works on Buscot Weir lock, Oxfordshire, UK

  • The Terex CBR 24 Plus at the Phnom Bakheng, the oldest temple complex of Angkor, Cambodia
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    Temple restoration for Terex

    2013-06-21T11:12:00Z

    A Terex CBR 24 Plus self erecting tower crane is helping to restore the Phnom Bakheng, the oldest temple complex of Angkor, Cambodia

  • St Hugh's Parkminster Monastery in West Sussex was founded in 1873
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    Facelift maintains monastery

    2013-06-06T21:33:00Z

    Facelift Access Hire has put its recently purchased Multitel SMX 225 and SMX 250 platforms to good use, carrying out renovation work on the St Hugh's Parkminster Monastery in West Sussex, UK.

  • Three Socage platforms were brought in to carry out repair work on the tornado-damaged Villa Palau n
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    Socage platforms work together at tornado site

    2013-05-23T12:48:00Z

    Italian roofing company Lattoneria Tassi was called in to make structural repairs to buildings damaged by the recent tornado that hit Northern Italy on 3 May.

  • Geda worked closely with scaffolding firm SGM to provide access to the tower façade.
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    Geda helps restore Munich landmark

    2013-02-19T22:15:00Z

    A Geda construction hoist has assisted craftsmen working on the restoration of the North Tower of Munich’s Frauenkirche, now returned to its former glory after five years of work.

  • Pilosio used 35,000 m2 of scaffolding, covering a ground area of 50x28 m and built to a height of 44
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    Pilosio resurrects Renaissance Basilica

    2013-02-02T20:58:00Z

    Italian scaffolding supplier Pilosio was called by the Ministry of Cultural Assets and Activities to provide access solutions for the restoration work on the Renaissance Basilica di San Bernardino in L’Aquila.

  • Ltech supplies a Bronto S46XDT truck mount to the Matsesta bridge in Sochi, Russia
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    Sochi bridge repair

    2013-01-28T10:53:00Z

    Russia-based rental company Ltech has supplied a Bronto S46XDT truck mount to help repair and paint the Matsesta bridge in Sochi

  • Scanclimber's SC8000 Eiffel Transport Platform makes its way up to the first floor of the Eiffel Tow
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    Scanclimber giant takes on the Eiffel Tower

    2013-01-22T11:58:00Z

    Scanclimber has produced what it describes as the biggest transport platform in the world. It is being used for renovation work to the first floor of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France.

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    Corberon restores Sens Cathedral

    2013-01-21T17:17:00Z

    A Ragno Palazzani XTJ 48 was used by rental company Corberon for restoration work at Sens Cathedral in the town of Sens, Bourgogne, eastern France

  • Nationwide Platforms re-paints the Eba stand at York Racecourse
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    UK racecourse gets face lift

    2012-11-22T15:05:00Z

    York Racecourse, in the UK, used a 40 m working height Genie boom lift to re-paint its Ebor stand, a UK£20 million development that opened in 2003

  • The LTech platform gets to work on recovery efforts in Krymsk
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    LTech assists in Russia flood recovery work

    2012-11-12T20:54:00Z

    Russian sales and rental company LTech is providing equipment for reconstruction work being carried out in the city of Krymsk, which was devastated by flooding in the third quarter of this year.

  • The Omme 3700 TJ tracked platform gets to work at Evesham Abbey Bell Tower
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    Avon Access scales Evesham Abbey

    2012-11-05T21:58:00Z

    Avon Access put its recently-acquired Omme 3700 RJ tracked platform to work to carry out inspection and repair work to Evesham Abbey Bell Tower in Worcestershire, UK

  • The Bronto 50 XDTJ’s extended reach enabled the Facelift team to access even the most secluded parts
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    Bronto platform gives monastery a facelift

    2012-10-07T11:01:00Z

    UK rental firm Facelift was recently brought in to provide access to maintenance crews carrying out essential works on the Carthusian Monastery of St Hugh's Charterhouse in the Weald of Sussex.

  • Harsco Infrastructure provided its Cuplok multi-purpose steel scaffold system to a major project to
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    Harsco accesses Five Rise lock system

    2012-08-12T20:44:00Z

    British Waterways called in Harsco Infrastructure to provide its Cuplok scaffold system to provide access to the Five Rise canal lock system in Bingley, West Yorkshire, which has been drained for maintenance for the first time in 25 years.

  • An Effer 655 recovers a priceless chandelier from the town hall of Sant’Agostino, Italy
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    Priceless chandelier rescued from earthquake zone

    2012-06-10T12:31:00Z

    Italian crane manufacturer Effer supplied a 655 loader crane to help recover a priceless historical chandelier from the Sant'Agostino town hall, which had been ripped apart in the 6.0 magnitude earthquake of May 20 around Ferrara, Italy