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August 2015

WM Plant returned to the breakwater project at Cowes for the final stage of works involving the installation of rock to protect the new structure.  Using the 60 tonne long reach machine fitted with GPS and rock buckets, rocks around 2 tonnes were placed at 20m radius.  The project commenced in early 2014 with the aim of transforming Cowes into a truly sheltered harbour.  This latest stage saw over 45,000 tonnes of rock delivered from Cherbourg.

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  • April 2017 >

    Exeter highway improvements use longest reach excavator in the UK Read More
  • March 2017 >

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