Wagenborg Nedlift Install 150t Pedestrian Tunnel Element with Two 500t Cranes
Close to the old railway station in the picturesque German town of Assmannshausen, Wagenborg Nedlift’s experts have installed a pedestrian tunnel element weighing 150t. The Dutch company used two 150t cranes for this lift.
The pedestrian tunnel runs under the railway on the section between Rüdesheim and Koblenz, parallel to the B42 and the Rhine. This railway runs directly through Assmannshausen, so that the staging area for the mobile cranes was very limited in space. Reaching the construction site (maneuvering between the characteristic houses) also required the necessary steering skills. Building the cranes was also a challenge: the cranes could only be built one after the other and the second crane could only be built using the first crane. In short: an interesting puzzle for every square centimetre.
Source Wagenborg Nedlift
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