Rydalmere, Australia (PressExposure) May 21, 2009 -- ShoreHire has been call upon for many projects for their propping equipment and accessories. They have handles various types of construction projects providing their propping equipments [http://www.shorehire.com.au] and accessories.
For the Taronga Zoo, ShoreHire was employed to redesign and rebuild the Taronga Zoo elephant enclosure by using architect designed precast panels at 8m high. For this project, ShoreHire supplied slim soldiers as racking props for the precast panels.
For Rose Bay, ShoreHire supplied a range of prop equipments to support the building structure to eliminate and replace concrete beams and columns due to the building sinking. In this project combination of megashore props [http://www.shorehire.com.au], trishore props and shoring system were used to solve the issue.
In the Moore Park project, ShoreHire supplied support frames to allow an 80 tons load crane to cross over a suspended slab. Each support frame handled 40 tons of loads. To support the outriggers of the crane four megashore props were used.
In the Taren Point project, a new industrial development, ShoreHire supplied tilt props to support tilt up concrete panels. Props accessories like T-Locks were also supplied to ensure the propping equipments are not be tampered with. Both the section of the tilt props are secured and permanently tagged with model and working loads for the safety measures.
At the City Back Propping, a range of lightweight aluminum props, Multi Props and Titan Props were supplied for the Back Propping [http://www.shorehire.com.au] of the multi story site across nine floors. The Multi Props and Titan Props allow for easy erection and dismantle the tight workspace.
In the Lane Cove project a range of Titan Props and Megashores props were supplied for Back Propping a slab to allow the crane to park and get access to the rest of the site. Here the propping accessories, sleepers were used on all of the props so to spread the loads evenly.