Belgian company Sarens has unveiled the world’s largest crane – the SGC-250, which will be used to perform all the major lifts at the Hinkley Point C nuclear power plant in the UK. Read more
Australian tower crane specialist Strictly Cranes used a 350-tonne capacity mobile crane to dismantle a 100m-high Raimondi LR213 luffing jib crane belonging to developer-builder Aland. Read more
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.
The highest bridge on the Hamilton section of the Waikato Expressway, the Kay Road Bridge, opened to traffic recently, providing a key connection to Hamilton’s north-east suburbs.
The group behind the Caulfield to Dandenong Level Crossing Removal Project has won the Built Environment category in this year’s Premier Sustainability Awards.
UAE-based Abu Dhabi Terminals has selected Konecranes to be the supplier of an Automated Stacking Crane (ASC) system for the second phase of the building of its container terminal in Khalifa Port.
Konecranes has modernised the rotary crane at the German research organisation DLR’s test facility for rocket engines in Lampoldshausen.
Ratch Australian Corporation have announced that it has raised the last of 53 turbines at its 180MW Mount Emerald Wind Farm project – 19 months after construction works first got started.
Western Australian robotic technology company Fastbrick Robotics recently announced the successful completion of Dynamic Stabilisation Technology (DST) for Hadrian X construction robot, which is the worlds first end-to-end bricklaying robot.
The Set Win Group in Hong Kong has taken delivery of its new 450t capacity Liebherr LTM 1450-8.1 wheeled mobile telescopic crane. Read more