3D Reality Capture - Digital Twins
McLeod have always adopted technology to improve safety, to increase customer service, to lead industry - to allow us to work smarter and faster.
New Liebherr LTR1100 - 100 Tonne Rough Terrian Crane
McLeod are proud to welcome a new 100 Tonne Rough Terrain Crane to the fleet. A 54 metre main boom, 19m fly, panel jib and technology such as variobase make this style of machine the ideal site crane.
New Jekko 3.2 Tonne Spider Crane
McLeod are proud to welcome into the fleet our first Spider Crane. The amazing SPX532 from Jekko is an awesome tool with assortment of attachments:
New Tadano 300 Tonne
McLeod is proud to welcome a new 300 Tonne All Terrain Crane.
Liebherr LTM1040 2.1
The team are proud to introduce you to our newest addition.
A Liebherr LTM1040 2.1 40 Tonne Mobile crane on 2 axles with a 35 metre boom. It's a machine that steps up our support of the construction industry.
July 2020 Crane Association Newsletter - Technical Corner
In a world oversaturated with COVID-19 news, it can be easy to forget the little things that make a business successful. The Crane Association of New Zealand’s Past President, Scott McLeod, reminds you of the all-important fine print in this month’s The Technical Corner.
Witnessing a 750-tonne crane topple in Australia recently on the internet reminded Scott McLeod of the importance of being critically aware of the road you’re driving a crane on.
You may have the polite urge to pullover and let the queue of cars pass, but to do so without knowing what’s underneath you could be costly.
It may seem a silly rule to follow, Scott says, but an all too important one, nonetheless.
“One of the key things I think to remember when you’re on open road is that you’re overweight.
Well done New Zealand We are now at Alert Level 2.
McLeod have updated our procedures and look forward to working with you at COVID Alert Level 2.
The Team are ready to Go!
Here to help at Alert Level 3 to support your work.
We have established working procedures in accordance with the New Zealand COVID-19 Construction Protocols.
The New Zealand COVID-19 Construction Protocols provide a ‘how to’ guidance which sit below the COVID-19 Standard for New Zealand Construction Operations. These protocols are a living document which will be kept updated by a working party of health and safety practitioners from across industry and can be adapted on a site by site basis.
To read the latest information on the COVID-19 Construction Protocols here.
Our COVID-19 Policy is available to read here.