For more than a decade, Australian Crane and Machinery (ACM) has supplied the Australian market with high quality industrial and insulated truck-mounted EWPs – a service backed up by experience. Read more
How Load 28 undertook its award-winning lift and install of a curtain facade in Adelaide. Read more
How Universal Cranes’ M16000 lifted the largest ever bridge beams in Queensland to take out a top industry award. Read more
The Level Crossing Removal Authority (LXRA) was set up by the Victorian Government to manage a program of removing level crossings to improve road safety and traffic flow. Read more
Overdimensional Lift & Shift (ODLS) was contracted to receive and deliver a new 250-tonne Hitachi generator/stator from the ship’s hook at the Port of Melbourne to the Loy Yang B Power Station in Traralgon South – a travel distance of approximately 180 kilometres.
BOOM Logistics (Boom) completed work on installing 44 turbines at owner/developer Acciona’s 132MW capacity Mt Gellibrand wind farm (25 kilometres east of Colac, VIC) in June this year, with commissioning ongoing in July and ramping up to full capacity in August.
CAL contributor Stuart Edwards takes readers on a fun exercise, to look at how to best rig the original trophy distributed at the first Crane Industry Council of Australia National Conference in 1998.
Gregg Melrose on the rise of Melrose Cranes, and some major works the company has undertaken that have made a lasting improvement to the country’s infrastructure.
For the past 80 years; cranes, construction and equipment company Tutt Bryant has been a name that is associated with quality, excellence and professionalism in the construction and heavy equipment space.
The group behind the Caulfield to Dandenong Level Crossing Removal Project has won the Built Environment category in this year’s Premier Sustainability Awards.