The magnificent sight of a floating crane lifting a harbour crane….
The magnificent sight of a floating crane lifting a harbour crane is always something spectacular and the recent removal of the El Dock harbour crane for Elgin, Brown and Hamer was yet another one of these magnificent sights. Special planning was taken into consideration for this job as the tide had to be perfect in order for the lift to take place. “Not only do the general weather conditions impact the lift, but the tide plays a huge part in a lift such as this. The tide had to be perfect so that that El Dock harbor crane was at its lowest position in order for us to get the floating crane to the desired lift height, the job went very well and was well executed by the Heavy Rigging team, Avikar and Naushad,” says Vaughan. The El Dock Harbour Crane was lifted and relocated to the EBH yard for repairs.
Sahara Cricket Stadiums Iconic Sunfoil Bottle Moves To Pietermaritzburg
“We moved the fibreglass bottle from where it was placed on a slab on an embankment onto a transporter to be transported to Pietermaritzburg,” says Wesley Thompson, Local Rigging Manager With an extensive portfolio, PowerBrands can professionally do the most basic signage such as promotional branding and vehicle branding to large scale stadium branding, event branding to bus wraps. PowerBrands is contracted to the Sahara Cricket Stadium to do all their stadium signage, including the building of this massive, multi fibreglass Sunfoil bottle.
Eight Ton Transformers Safely Moved To Substations
With over a 100 years combined experience, the Reliance Projects team are specialists in power transformers maintenance, repairs and installation.
Lovemore Bros was recently contracted by Reliance Projects to remove old transformers from the Clermont and Ntuzuma Substation and move new transformers to various other substations around Durban.
Fueled By Lovemore Bros, Team IyazulaTakes Hope And Dignity To Under-Privileged Children During The Put Foot Rally
With a mission of giving young under-privileged children “Hope, Pride and Dignity” through the gift of a pair of brand new, 100% leather school shoes, the Put Foot Foundation and annual Put Foot Rally travels to 5 countries on an epic road trip adventure to give back. This year Lovemore Bros sponsored fuel for Team Iyazula’s journey through the likes of countries such as South Africa, Namibia, Zambia, Malawi and Mozambique. “This was an exciting initiate the touches thousands of children in Africa and it was an initiative that we were very excited to be a part of,” says Rob Lovemore. Team Iyazula, which means ‘to Wander’, raised money for the Tashinga Initiative, a wildlife protection foundation, over and above the Put Foot Foundation’s initiative of handing school shoes out. “The thought that we have been able to help so many more worthy causes than we initially set out to, is truly heart-warming and could not have been achieved without Lovemore Bros! Team Iyazula is so grateful and throughout our trip, on a number of occasions, we raised our glasses to everyone who was able to support us in supporting these charities,” says Kirsty Gibbings from Team Iyazula.