Onestop Access recently supplied one of our Manitou 280TJ diesel-powered telescopic booms to valued client Curtis Moore for access to undertake cladding installation works on Dundee’s new £38m railway station.
The five-storey building, which took two-and-a-half years to complete, includes a 120-room hotel and retail units situated beside the city’s V&A Museum of Design.
Read more about the project – and watch a short video – on the Curtis Moore website here.
Working in partnership with our valued client StopFire Ltd, Onestop Access supplied a range of scissor lifts for access on the site of the new £333 million Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre.
Due for completion in 2019, the new AECC features three conference/exhibition halls including the main arena, four multi-purpose conference rooms and 15 meeting rooms. The venue is expected to contribute an additional 4.5m visitors, £113m of visitor spend and £63m net gross value added to the Scottish economy.
We are delighted to have helped our customer Curtis Moore with the supply of our 51m Truckmount for intricate set-up for work taking place up and over a glass canopy at Glasgow Fort Shopping Centre. The picture below demonstrates its phenomenal capabilities – and proves just why the Ruthmann Steiger T510 HF is best in its class.
Onestop Access recently supplied one of our Niftylift HR17N machines to Advanced Wall Solutions for a project in Gourock. The photograph below clearly demonstrates the versatility of HR17N and highlights how the 1.5m width enables travel through restricted spaces. Great work!
Onestop Access have two of our JLG1350’s working on the new £88m Boeing Aircraft Hangar at Gatwick Airport. The machines, supplied to our customer J&D Pierce, are being used to erect the steel framework.
The overall 14-month project will involve both the building and civils teams and will see the cut and fill of 20,000m³ of earth, 3,200 tonnes of steel lifted and over 10,000m³ of concrete cast, all only a short distance from the busy runway.
Standing at 32m, the high bay hangar allows flexibility of use, with the ability to house multiple aircrafts from the Boeing fleet, ranging from the 737Max jet, to its newest and largest edition, the 777X Dreamliner. It will be around 140m wide across the hangar door front.
The project also includes offices, apron and taxiway connection, perimeter roads and service yards within the airside environment, along with the diversion of the existing Larkins Road.