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October 2021

Alun Griffiths were awarded a scheme to repair and reinforce banks of watercourse running alongside an important local highway following erosion due to heavy rains. The 26 tonne CAT 321 zero-tail long reach was chosen for its compact size and unrivalled power to weight ratio. The heavy lift feature on the 16m reach machine allowed the operator better control while lifting rocks up to 2 tonnes using a fully hydraulic rotating grab to carry out the scour protection and rock placement. The compact radius of this zero-tail long reach provided real safety benefits and allowing works to be completed efficiently with minimal disruption to the public by keeping the road open.

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  • April 2022 >

    Piling Keeps Cambridgeshire Watercourse Healthy Read More
  • March 2022 >

    Spider Maintains Highways Balancing Pond Read More
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    Emergency Response for Spider Read More
  • January 2022 >

    Swing Bridge Canal Clearance Read More
  • December 2021 >

    Reaching out in Rail  Read More
  • November 2021 >

    Spider in the Valleys Read More
  • October 2021 >

    Zero-Tail on Scour Project Read More
  • September 2021 >

    Heavy Lifting on Ferry Terminal Read More
  • August 2021 >

    Supporting Bearsted Blockade Read More
  • July 2021 >

    Working on Water with EA Contractors Read More
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