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January 10, 2019

Bobcat mini solves site challenge

Filed under: Uncategorized — EHN Team @ 4:23 pm

While EHN focuses primarily on the UK hire market, we received details of a challenging project in Poland where a hire company played a pivotal role in providing an appropriate solution.

A Bobcat E32 excavator was used for work in the tight spaces of an important road project. The machine was hired from the manufacturer’s dealer for the Mazovia region of the country, Atut Rental, which also hires construction equipment.

The project is part of the Wroclaw ring road running from Zmigrod to an important motorway. Its construction is a logistical challenge, especially the section crossing the railway from Wroclaw to the western border of Poland. The original plan envisaged the construction of a viaduct running over the tracks, but the cost was prohibitive, so it was decided instead to go under the railway embankment.

This was challenging due to the marshy ground and the continuous railway traffic on the embankment above the works, and the contractor had to keep supporting the excavation, working in confined spaces.

Jaroslaw Maciejewski, CEO at Atut Rental, said the E32 provided an ideal solution. “Bobcat mini excavators are particularly suited for work in a small space, such as urban sites. At the same time the low weight of the machines allows for easy transport on a trailer. The E32’s frame with its high clearance also prevents the machine from getting stuck, which is another reason it performed so well on the marshy ground.”

The operation involved ‘pushing’ a prefabricated reinforced concrete structure with a width of 14.1 m, a length of 9.1 m and a height of 7.4 m under the railway embankment. The E32 systematically collected the soil that was removed by a larger excavator positioned outside the excavation area.

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