All Restoration and Repair articles – Page 5

  • Autokrane Schares GmbH employed its Terex AC 350/6 all-terrain crane to remove a church spire in Erk
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    Terex in close quarters

    2012-05-22T21:59:00Z

    German rental firm Autokrane Schares carried out a delicate lift in the Rhineland town of Erkelenz when it was called in to remove a 9 tonne spire from a church steeple as part of restoration work.

  • The temporary roofing system supplied by Layher Ltd. and installed by Modus Access UK Ltd. helped to
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    Layher covers Winchester roof repair

    2011-12-31T20:47:00Z

    Modus Access UK has just completed a refurbishment project on the New Hall of Winchester College, after calling in temporary roofing specialists Layher to help protect a 17th century ceiling.

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    Remediation award for Cuddy Group

    2011-10-20T11:58:00Z

    Cuddy Group has shared in an Award recognising remediation work carried out at Baglan Bay in Port Talbot, Wales

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    Wooden windmill works for BKF

    2011-08-01T15:24:00Z

    An historic windmill in the Netherlands recently benefited from intervention by modern equipment from crane rental house BKF

  • HAKI provided four separate roof sections to cover the Grade II listed building, which had an additi
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    HAKI has Covent Garden covered

    2010-11-05T14:43:00Z

    When a historic building in Covent Garden, London underwent major reconstruction a HAKITEC 750 temporary roof structure provided total weather protection throughout the works.

  • The T-shaped piles under the access ramps at the St Peters Interchange, Montreal, Canada are safely
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    Fraco provides access to road piles for repair

    2010-07-12T15:09:00Z

    Canadian mast climber manufacturer, Fraco has been using its expertise to help repair the supporting piles on some of Canada's roads. The workplatforms have provided both access and a comfortable and safe environment for the workforce carrying out repairs.

  • Burger Gruas donated the use of a Grove GMK5130-2 all terrain for repair work on the Santiago Cathed
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    Burger’s Grove for earthquake repairs in Chile

    2010-06-10T10:41:00Z

    Raul Burger in Chile donated the use of a Grove GMK5165-2 all terrain crane for building repairs following February’s earthquake

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    Fluor JV wins US$ 1.1 billion road expansion contract

    2009-12-10T12:15:00Z

    Provo River Constructors, a Fluor-led joint venture will head up the expansion of the I-15 Corridor Reconstruction (CORE) project, the major north-south commuter route between Salt Lake City and the Provo/Orem region, US.

  • The PB Lifttechnik scissor supplied by UK rental company, Lifterz could be driven at height along th
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    PB Lifttechnik's narrow scissor negotiates warehouse racking

    2009-11-11T09:50:00Z

    DSP Electrical Contractors have overcome the challenge of narrow (1.75 m) aisles and high level work on a warehouse refit project using the UK's first PB Lifttechnik S225-12ES electric scissor lift. Driveable at full height, the new 1.2 m wide, 22.5m working height platform is on hire from access rental ...

  • The tracked scissor, available from rental company Schwenk Arbeitsbühnen, can be used on floors with
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    Schwenk's track mounted scissor is light on its feet

    2009-09-17T11:30:00Z

    Schwenk-Arbeitsbühnen a member of the German rental organisation PartnerLift has added a crawler mounted scissor lift to its fleet. The scissor was developed by German aerial work platform manufacturer, Weiss, on the suggestion of Schwenk- Arbeitsbühnen, for use on pressure-sensitive floors.

  • SGB scaffolding on a £136 million refurbishment of  historic railway buildings.
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    SGB scaffolding sensitive to architecture

    2009-07-13T11:23:00Z

    SGB has supplied scaffolding for a £136 million refurbishment project on historic railway building around London's Kings Cross Station.

  • The Geda Multilift P18 is getting workers to the jobsite quickly and safely.
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    Geda's hoist gets renovation moving

    2009-06-18T16:05:00Z

    The renovation of the Church of Our Lady (Frauenkirche) in Munich is estimated to be costing €500000. To get the workforce up the scaffold-clad North Tower quickly and safely Geda has installed a Multilift P18 Comfort, passenger and material hoist.

  • Planet Platforms devised an interesting solution to accessing the waterfront façade of a historic bu
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    Access barges in

    2009-01-26T11:32:00Z

    William Anelay's restoration of the Navigation Warehouse, Wakefield, UK required an innovative approach to access because of its proximity to the Calder river.

  • Two of the three Conjet Robot 322s removing damaged concrete to a depth of 80 mm from the deck of th
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    Hydro-demolition helps restore Stockholm's Central Bridge and Söderled Tunnel

    2009-01-06T14:58:00Z

    Six Conjet Robot hydro-demolition machines have been used during the latest phase of Stockholm's largest concrete repair project to restore Stockholm's Central Bridge and Söderled Tunnel.

  • Hydr Mobile mast climbers help Dimeo Construction complete the facade of the Avenir building in Bost
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    Hydro Mobile takes trades to tasks

    2008-12-16T15:52:00Z

    Dimeo Construction Company chose mast climbing work platforms from Canadian company Hydro Mobile to help perform the facade work on the Avenir building, a redevelopment project in Boston's Bulfinch Triangle.

  • A single anchor point secures the mast for Scanclimber's hoist at the Eiffel Tower.
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    Free standing hoist at Paris landmark

    2008-12-10T16:52:00Z

    The challenge for Scanclimber was to erect a 2 t capacity hoist for personnel and material with just a single anchoring point 61 m above the ground. In addition the location was very public, the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France.