Earlier in the month our 80 Tonne Grove with Carl Hawkings at the controls had the opportunity to work with the great team from McMillan & Lockwood. Pictured above the 80 is shown lifting equipment into place.
Jensen Steel with our 130 Tonne (GMK130) and 80 Tonne (GMK4075) moving the 30 Tonne wash bay at Sulpur Point. Allowing Port Mechanical Services workshop to be extended.
Pictured above another interesting job for the 80 lifting panels into place. The panel in this picture is on the right hand side. Below from the street you can see the crane reaching across to place the panels. In the back ground is Mauao and on the left in the harbour you just catch a glimpse the Cruise ship Saphire Princess entering the harbour.
Our 80 Tonne Crane - GMK4075 this morning on the mount beach helps out the 2007 Lions Foundation Surf League.
Pictured the 80 - Gmk4075 finishes the work replacing the ships boom on the wharf. The boom was repaired by Page and Macrae who did a great job.
Snow on the wharf with the 80. 16 and 130 booms in the background. The team are replacing a ships crane after it was removed for maintenance.
A smooth lift completed in great time by the 130 Tonne and 80 Tonne All Terrain cranes picking, turning and gently placing this house complete with furniture. Lifted by our team Ron, Ray and Snow.
Great pictures by the Foreman Scotty of the New - New World coming together on the corner of Maunganui Rd and Tweed Street. Pictured from left to right is the 16 Tonne Crane (Nippy) lifting in steel work, 10 Tonne Crane (Little Toot) providing mancage support to the 80 Tonne Crane (Awesome) on the right lifting in the large concrete panels.
80 Tonne Crane and 130 Tonne Crane working to place the 40 tonne bridge beam sections on the Hewletts Rd Flyover.