Vital – Kidbrooke, South London
This particular part of the project was to offload and position all the plant required for the District Heating Scheme Energy Centre comprising of thermal stores, CHP’s and boilers. The plantroom floor was 3m below ground level and all plant had to be posted and lowered through a small opening. In addition to this type of plant we also transported, offloaded and positioned electrical equipment such as transformers and switchgear.
Southend Hospital - Plant delivery and positioning
Clarke Energy (Southend) - Scope was to transport and position a number of items of plant for the new energy centre at Southend Hospital. Types of plant installed were PHE's, fuel tanks, vessels, chillers, switchboards and the photos show the delivery of the generator. The generator positioning could have been challenging due to its dimensions and the room available but with proper planning and measuring prior to the work it was installed within 30 minutes.
Onsite modification required on risers at Kings Cross
Shepherd Engineering Services, London - The photos depict us lifting into place 54 sections of modular riser and fixing them through the floors and into their final position. Some of the risers had to be modified by our fabrication team on site after acquiring approval from the manufacturer and client, to allow them to be lifted and fixed safely.
Shelley Engineering - 10te Kato City crane lifts metal ship masts
Great Ormond Street Hospital - The scope for this work was to collect from the manufacturer 2 metal 'ship's masts', transport to site at the Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children and crane into position using our 10te Kato City crane. Our crane was designed for this type of working environment and performed impeccably. The riggers had to use a chain hoist and the crane hook to orientate the masts to correct angle to allow them to be fixed.
JCA - 200te crane lift of AHU's in Slough
JCA (Slough) - We have been working with JCA since their inception installing many different types of equipment. This work was to lift a number of AHU's into position. We used a 200te crane for this project in Slough as we were not allowed to site the crane in the road whereby the size would have been significantly reduced. The crane therefore set up at the rear of the building meaning that it had a considerable radius and was at the upper end of its capacity.
Successful negotiations with Transport for London on simple lift
Cuffe (Southwark) - This work only involved lifting steelwork up to the roof so that a further two floors could be built. This was a simple job however complicated by the fact that the work was in Borough High Street required temporary traffic lights and conflicted with 4 other road closures. Due to this we spent about 8 weeks meeting with TFL and the other parties to combine our efforts to reduce the local impact. TFL's demands did effect the programme however we were able to negotiate reduced fees which went someway to compensating the client.
Assisting COMES hoisting electrical panels in Croydon
Beddington Incinerator - We were employed by an Italian company, COMES, to crane up and move electrical panels of various sizes and weights. Whilst on-site we were also able to assist KONE cranes with the installation of one of their gantry cranes as the operation required specialist knowledge of fleeting a load using a crane, chain-hoists and tirfors.
AVK - Hoisting generators & ancillary equipment into basement of LDP Farringdon Road
Islington, EC1 - We had already delivered the fuel tanks for this project at LDP Farringdon Road so the scope for this part of the project was to offload and position 4no. 20te generators and there ancillary equipment such as control panels, exhausts and attenuation, into the basement. The work consisted of erecting and testing a gantry and positioning 4no. 10te air hoists, 2 on each of the beams. We used the site tower crane to offload from the vehicles in a very tight side street that imposed its own issues that had to be overcome. Once the load was at basement level it had to be skated approximately 100m through narrow gaps to its final position. Once positioned we remained on site for a further 2 weeks fitting all the ancillary equipment.