Page 3 - Contractors World -UK & Ireland Vol 2 No 4 (May 2012)

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Contractors World - UK & Ireland Vol 2 No 4
CONTENTS
• More Machines For AFI Rental Fleet
• Council asks for speedy solution
• First trainload of excavated material from Crossrail’s tunnels
• First Liebherr mobile for Cadman
• Rocket Continues Growth with Doosan Excavators
• Hargreaves £60M breakthrough deal with Finning
• Good Vibrations For Piletec At One Tower Bridge
• Galvanizing in park project
• Costain Rail - Meeting The Need
The project’s first two sprayed concrete tunnels have been constructed
under Finsbury Circus in the City of London.
Crossrail’s first giant tunnel boring machine (TBM), Phyllis, has broken ground
at Royal Oak.
Westminster City Council has given its approval for the regeneration of
Tottenham Court Road and the east end of Oxford Street
Birse Civils, a Balfour Beatty Company, has installed the main beams of
Cumbria County Council’s £11.17 million reconstruction of Northside
Bridge in Workington, over the River Derwent.
Next month the high point of the summer for the extractive and heavy construction
industries arrives once again at Tarmac’s Hillhead Quarry, near Buxton, in Derbyshire..
Komatsu celebrates with impressive display of new machines
New Holland to showcase Tier 4i offering
Case Brings Rodeo Competition To Hillhead 2012
JCB to show mighty and mini products
Two UK Debuts from Liebherr-Great Britain
TEK Seating – making driver comfort and safety a priority
New Doosan and Bobcat Products
A Show of Power at Hillhead for ArcGen Hilta
Efficient large scale dust suppression systems from Corgin
Huge CAT 6030 mining excavator centrepiece at Finning
New tandem rollers and debut for milling machine from Bomag
Bell to unveil E-Series ADT at Hillhead
New to Hillhead, filtration specialists, AB Components
Contractors World at Hillhead
36 Construction News - Economics - Business - Regulations
JCB post record financial results
CECA sees glimmers of hope with a but . . .
Construction Equipment Showcase gets the thumbs up from Business Minister
Construction downward trend continues
Commitment to Long-Term Future of UK Energy is Welcome
Fuel Costs Threaten Infrastructure Recovery
AB Components &
Contractors World Support the Lighthouse Club