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Displaying items by tag: Deep Excavation

As part of an upgrade at a sewage treatment works in Walsall Wood a long reach was required for some underwater deep excavation works in a shaft requiring a breaker.

Specialist deep excavation at Davro Steel

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Working locally on specialist excavation

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Slurry wall applications in Glasgow, for Bachy Soletanche & VHE Services

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WM Plant Hire involved in significant milestone for Crossrail project.

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70 tonne excavator with 25m reach used to remove several thousand tonnes  of material for Staffordshire ERF

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Construction of the massive Cross Rail Project in London required a number of deep excavations for tunnelling equipment and the new stations. At Tottenham Court Road WM Plant Hire provided their 65 tonne excavator with 24m reach. The machine was selected for its high production and efficiency.

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