Working on the Greenport development in Hull, the CAT 385 long reach excavator fitted with rock grab and GPS dig control system is placing rock armour.
Infrastructure upgrades and maintenance operations to MOD marine bases in Scotland saw the deployment of the CAT365 long reach.
Port of Liverpool redevelopment has made good progress with the dredging and reclamation of material from the docks.
The 60 tonne long reach equipped with GPS dig system, rockwheel and underwater breaker attachments in Jersey.
Two 60 tonne long reach machines in action carrying out emergency stabilisation works at Anderston Quay.
The decommissioning of the Bradwell Nuclear Power Station involved the removal of an extensive water intake and outflow structure. Two long reach excavators mounted on self-propelled barges were fitted with GPS dig computers to monitor the excavation and provide ‘as built’ records. The machines used specialist attachments to clear the steel piles of silt allowing divers to have access to dismantle and remove the piles.
The 115 tonne CAT excavator with 30m reach was mobilised to the Port of Southampton for essential maintenance dredging work. Fitted with an underwater GPS dig system the machine was able to ‘spot dredge’ the areas that would pose a problem for ships to berth safely.