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Displaying items by tag: stabilisation

Essential cliff stabilisation works requiring the installation of soil nails some 15m deep into the cliff face using drill rig mounted on a Zero Tail long reach due to access constraints and greater efficiency.

Repairs to the access constrained slopes of the full scale Victorian steam railway, by the River Severn, required drilling anchors into the sandstone embankment.

BAM Ritchies called upon WM Plant Hire to assist with emergency stabilisation works on the Dorset coast.

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WM Plant Hire helped BAM complete works ahead of schedule at Gatwick with their 2 CAT 330 long reach excavators.

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WM Plant Hire involved in major rail embankment scheme in Wiltshire on the main east to west line to London.

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WM Plant Hire provide a safe and effective solution to stabilise rail embankment without disruption to the rail line.

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Two 60 tonne long reach machines in action carrying out emergency stabilisation works at Anderston Quay.

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