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Our Manitowoc M crawler, fitted with the capacity-enhancing MAX-ER attachment, recently completed a challenging task on the Lucinda Drive Overpass lifting the largest beams ever lifted in Queensland.
Universal Cranes’ M lifts largest ever bridge beams in Queensland – Universal Cranes
By utilising our Manitowoc M with the MaxER configuration, we were able to reduce the cost to our client with a capacity efficient crane as compared to the alternative option maanitowoc using a much larger capacity crawler crane. Execution of the lift had to be as efficient as possible to avoid any delays to meet the limitations of the closures.
Check out manitowov latest lift engineering and crane hire solutions. Any lift, anywhere, anytime. Thus, a new type of beam was developed by Quickcell Technology Products and Arup. Your go-to crane experts. The Lucinda Drive Bridge Beam Placement set a new record for the longest pre-stressed girders ever placed in Queensland.
The design is a light weight and strong spreader system that we have employed on several successful jobs in the past. All lifts were completed without a hitch, mantiowoc time and on budget thanks to the team effort in careful lift planning.
The lifts were meticulously planned to meet the tight time schedule using the M to stockpile the beams onsite and then install the girders efficiently during the closure shift.
The girders used on the Port Drive Upgrade mantowoc are 46m pre-cast pre-stressed simply supported single length bridge girders and are an 1m6000 first innovation. The QSG design reached an impressive 46m in length providing a solution to a major project risk n16000 underground utilities, specifically a major Energex power line responsible for suppling the entire port area. Universal Cranes closely collaborated with Seymour Whyte, ALE and the Port of Brisbane to ensure this complex job was completed within the time constraints and budget.
The 46m girder span was able to cross the existing Queensland Rail lines, removing the need for construction works within the rail and services corridor. We utilised our in-house designed lattice boom spreader in our rigging arrangement, which is built from spare boom sections from our fleet of Manitowoc M cranes.
With the overall bridge span at m, constructing a pier in the region was not viable due to buried services and major Energex power lines responsible for supplying the entire port area. One of the more challenging aspects of the project was the months of manitoeoc planning required, including detailed lift studies and sequencing.
Universal Cranes achieved a lift engineering feat in the majitowoc of the record length components, with the longest span measuring approximately 46m. QSGs can reach spans longer than the traditional Super T girders currently preferred by road authorities across Australia, which can be built to a span of up to approximately 36m.
One of the spans Span 2 had manktowoc be erected over a section of Queensland Rail, which required a partial closure of the rail lines over a weekend period. Lift and place 17 precast concrete girders on new bridge.