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temporary roadway for crane in Suffolk. Any suggestions?

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They laid roads over fields for the national grid contractors lads to access pylons across from sudbury to Bramford in ipswich.

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So you tear-ar*e about and lay some mats for this 50 tonner.

This machine turns up and the driver gets out of his cab and looks at the mats and says; 'Mmm, not good mate. Jobs worth, jobs worth & etc'. He then drives away. No job.

Involve the cranes management would be my advice to avoid any such trip-ups!

codlasher.

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So you tear-ar*e about and lay some mats for this 50 tonner.

This machine turns up and the driver gets out of his cab and looks at the mats and says; 'Mmm, not good mate. Jobs worth, jobs worth & etc'. He then drives away. No job.

Involve the cranes management would be my advice to avoid any such trip-ups!

codlasher.

 

What he said

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Try eve trackway for a hire quote .sake

 

HI LOGS thats the stuff must be at glastonbury they use the owner micheal evis owns that company thanks all jon :thumbup:

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Give Caddmans a call. They supplied me with a 100 ton crane and a 10 ton crane to lay the roadway for the large crane.

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It will be worth getting proper heavy duty roadway for this. It will be expensive, but we have had lorries push the plastic mats out from underneath which I use for our access equipment. They are so grippy but got pushed out as if they were oiled! The large aluminium roadway sections are very dear but by far the best option.

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