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Progress Rail

by North Nott's Civils Ltd

Project Details

ClientHilton Bodill
ProjectMachine Hall and Foundations
LocationSandiacre
CompletionSeptember 2020

Project Description

Progress Rail Sandiacre, a wholly owned subsidary of The Catipillar company, is expanding its facility. The construction of a new machine hall is in progress and alterations to existing machine halls are taking place. Current works include site preparation, setting out for and assisting pilers on site, construction of concrete foundations for a new machine (shuttering, steel reinforcement, concreting and setting out) and others. 

 

 

FACTS AND INFORMATION

Progress Rail, a Catipillar company is a supplier of railroad and transit system products.

OUR WORK

Site Preparation

The site has been cleared, levelled, existing services exposed/re-routed and a disused channel drain has been filled in prior to pilers arriving on site.

Setting Out

Pile cap locations have been set out, as well as a new concrete foundation for a new machine in an existing machine hall. Site surveys have also been conducted and stations set up prior to commencement.

Machine Hall Machine Foundations

A new foundation in an existing machine hall has been excavated, shuttered, reinforced with steel, concreted and set out for.

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