Case study: Nobles expertise called at Woodman Point

Supplier: A Noble & Son Ltd By: Dean Clark
28 June, 2010

Nobles Engineers were asked to help assist with a critical final lift at WA Water's Woodman Point Project with some excellent results.

In June, Nobles worked with Western Australian Water for a challenging lift at the Woodman Point project.

A concrete cap needed to be lifted into place with some key requirements – to avoid the expense of bringing in a new crane for this final lift, the headroom had to be minimised, and the weight had to be minimised as the crane was at 95% of its lifting capacity.

In consultation with the project team, the ideal solution was a 75 Tonne custom designed low headroom, three-piece assembly which was engineered, manufactured and tested at Nobles Perth.

The Senior Project Engineer from Theiss told us "Everything went perfectly - and the lifting beams were just beaut. Thanks again - and please convey this to your designer and workshop crew."

Nobles specialise in helping solve lifting problems safely, on time and on budget with top quality lifting solutions – contact us at your local branch for your next project.