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PVE at Stockholm Norvik Port

Ports of Stockholm is building a new port for rolling goods and container traffic, Stockholm Norvik Port. The Stockholm Norvik Port port is the Baltic Sea freight port of the future.
This project is the biggest construction project in Sweden at this moment.
PVE Crane Rental BV supplied 2 units of heavy duty crawler cranes, models Liebherr HS885 HD and HS895 HD to this site, both used for dynamic compaction works.
The Liebherr HS895 HD started the job in March this year, the Liebherr HS885 HD in June. The dynamic compaction works are foreseen till the end of October this year.
Stockholm Norvik Port is needed for several reasons:

  1. Stockholm is growing
  2. The Stockholm Norvik Port will ensure the efficient supply of goods to the Stockholm region, one of Europe’s fastest growing capital cities. With this type of growth, long-term investment in a well functioning infrastructure is essential and the port is an important part of this development.

  3. Ships are getting bigger
  4. Container ship volumes and the volumes of ships carrying rolling goods are increasing. The shipping companies are consequently building increasingly larger vessels, which is both environmentally and economically advantageous. The Stockholm Norvik Port will meet the needs of modern ships for deeper draughts, longer quays, larger terminal areas and short and easy approach lanes from the larger fairways.

  5. A modern port benefits the environment
  6. Stockholm Norvik Port complies with the EU ambition to increase the proportion of sea transport in relation to the total amount of transported goods. A new and modern port with direct motorway and railway connections, built using state-of-the-art technologies, is an efficient and sustainable transport solution.

Hassyan clean coal plant

Hassyan Energy has started to build  its Hassyan clean coal plant in Dubai. The joint venture between Acwa Power, Harbin Holding Company and Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa) said that it had reached financial close on funding for the first phase of its proposed 2.4 gigawatt coal fired power station in Hassyan, close to Dubai’s border with Abu Dhabi and around 60 kilometres south-west of central Dubai.

Hassyan Energy said that total project investment stood at $3.4bn with limited recourse project financing split into a combination of senior secured financing and a secured mezzanine tranche.

JSIS – Sohar

JSIS – Sohar
Jindal Shadeed, located strategically in the ancient port city of Sohar, is set over a 120-Hectare prime property, just 60-metres from the shoreline and adjacent to the busy Muscat-Dubai highway. Jindal Shadeed has an impressive line-up of facilities, geared to handle Oman’s growing need for Steel. During the construction of the plant and the rolling mill, PVE played a vital role by supplying 9 units of crawler crane ranging from 100T – 280T.

L&T, Jacket Fabrication

L&T, Jacket Fabrication

Massive fabrication project of marine jackets. PVE was a part of the entire project by supplying 5 x 250T crawler cranes, 1 x 150T Crawler crane and one unit of 550T Crawler Crane. PVE was involved in major lift during the tenor of project.

PVE Cranes Dubai Canal

PVE Cranes Dubai Canal
The project will extend Dubai Creek from Business Bay across Sheikh Zayed Road, through Safa Park and across the two main arteries in Jumeirah to reach the Arabian Gulf.Construction on the Dubai Water Canal Project has been split across three phases.The first includes the construction of bridges across the canal on Sheikh Zayed Road, comprising eight lanes in each direction. The bridges will rise eight meters to allow free navigation of water transport vehicles in the canal.The second phase will see the construction of bridges across the canal, across three lanes on Jumeirah Beach Road and two lanes on Al Wasl Road in each direction.Additionally, a flyover from Al Wasl Road, linking Al Hadiqa Road in the direction of Sheikh Zayed Road will also take form.The third and final phase will see the actual construction of the 3.2 km-long canal, with the inclusion of a beach, a marina for boats and the water bus, along with three pedestrian bridges above the canal to link the Jumeirah Beach Walk with Safa Park Walk.

Ruwais Refinery Expansion

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Ruwais Refinery Expansion
Abu Dhabi Refining Company (Takreer) has undertaken a major expansion at its existing Ruwais Refinery complex.The plant is owned by Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC). The new refinery unit will be located adjacent to the existing Ruwais Refinery. The Ruwais Refinery produces liquefied petroleum gas, premium unleaded gasoline and special unleaded gasoline. This project was a benchmark for PVE Cranes and help establish its presence in the major as a global player in the industry.

Djelfa Power Plant- Algeria

Djelfa Power Plant- Algeria
The Djelfa plant, 300 kilometres from Algiers, will feature four gas turbines and two steam turbines in addition to four heat recovery boilers, and will be the largest power plant built by the DF to date exceeding 1,250 MW. The project also involves the Balance of Plant systems necessary for the plant operation, such as compressed air, cooling systems, water treatment plant and effluent storage tanks, fuel handling system, electrical and control systems etc. .The implementation period of the project is 40 months and will be developed by DF under turnkey modality.

New Capital Power Plant- Egypt

New Capital Power Plant- Egypt

The 4,800MW New Capital power plant is being developed by Cairo Electricity Production Company (CEPC), a subsidiary of the Egyptian Electricity Holding Company (EEHC). The new combined-cycle power plant (CCPP) will be located in the proposed new capital of Egypt, approximately 45km east of Cairo. It is scheduled to become fully operational in the first half of 2018. The plant will significantly increase Egypt’s electricity generation capacity, while contributing to the national economic development.

Building Of The Cross-Tagus Bridge In Portugal​

The new bridge, connecting Carregado and Benavente is at present the largest public works project in Portugal. The bridges are being built across the River Tagus, without damaging the environment or interfering with farming activities. PVE Cranes & Services and Dieseko Verhuur BV, both linked to the Van Es Holding Group supplied all necessary equipment for the on site piling job. PVE Cranes & Services supplied 9 crawler cranes, ranging from 50 up to 250 tons, and Dieseko Group supplied their largest vibratory hammers with power packs, 4 models of PVE105M and 2 models of PVE200M. This is the philosophy of the Van Es Holding Group, SYNERGY. The group of companies is able to offer a complete package of heavy equipment with local service, anywhere in the world. The Lez_ria Grande area of Vila Franca de Xira (a town about 30 km north of Lisbon) where farmers cultivate their fields alongside the largest public works project now under construction in Portugal. The cross-Tagus bridge links Carregado and Benavente. This 14 km long suspension bridge is to expand the nation’s road system to cross both the river and the Ribatejo Lez_ria without a negative impact on the environment or farming activities.

This presented an interesting challenging for the builders. Each company of the consortium, SPFE, OPCA brought in its people and resources, and started with intensive teamwork. Magnitude is the correct word for a project involving massive figures For example, it required 54,000 linear meters of piles and foundations reaching depths of 55 meters. The pre-casting plant turns out 4 concrete beams daily. Each beam is 35 to 44 meters long and weighs up to 120 tons (metric tons). The project uses 150 tons of cement per day. On the section spanning the river, concrete will be poured which is transported through a 900 meters long pipeline. There are 5 concrete batching plants set up along the 14 km construction site and 14 bridges have been built on the service road. These bridges span the rivers, brooks and drainage channels that flow through the alluvial plain. One thousand persons, of 14 different nationalities are working on the project, including 850 living in accommodations at the jobsite. This international spirit is an integral part of other aspects of the project as well. The floating equipment and vibratory hammers are Dutch, the cranes, which can lift up to 250 tons are Japanese, German and English. Italians designed the precasting plant and the foundations are the responsibility of the Brazilian company Brasfond. The client is Portuguese, Brisa Engenharia e Gest_o, a subsidiary of Brisa Auto-Estradas de Portugal, the largest tolroad operator in the country.

PVE Cranes Dubai reclamation project Kuwait

PVE Cranes Dubai reclamation project Kuwait

Van Oord has been awarded a land reclamation project in Kuwait. The contract value amounts to approximately EUR 500 million. For the test PVE has deployed one unit of Fushun 160 crawler crane and one unit of ICE 815C vibro hammer.

PVE Cranes Dubai Canal

PVE Cranes Dubai Canal
The project will extend Dubai Creek from Business Bay across Sheikh Zayed Road, through Safa Park and across the two main arteries in Jumeirah to reach the Arabian Gulf.Construction on the Dubai Water Canal Project has been split across three phases.The first includes the construction of bridges across the canal on Sheikh Zayed Road, comprising eight lanes in each direction. The bridges will rise eight meters to allow free navigation of water transport vehicles in the canal.The second phase will see the construction of bridges across the canal, across three lanes on Jumeirah Beach Road and two lanes on Al Wasl Road in each direction.Additionally, a flyover from Al Wasl Road, linking Al Hadiqa Road in the direction of Sheikh Zayed Road will also take form.The third and final phase will see the actual construction of the 3.2 km-long canal, with the inclusion of a beach, a marina for boats and the water bus, along with three pedestrian bridges above the canal to link the Jumeirah Beach Walk with Safa Park Walk.

future State tol road 23 in Jacksonville, Florida

PVE Cranes & Services supplied a Kobelco 7200 operated by Jacksonville Crane & Machinery to Ancortex to drive pile for the overpasses for the future State tol road 23 in Jacksonville, Florida. State Road 23 (SR 23), also known as the First Coast Expressway, is an outer bypass around the southwest quadrant of Jacksonville. As of 2013, only 2 miles (3.2 km) of controlled-access expressway and 9 miles (14 km) of temporary surface road have been built, linking the Middleburg area to Interstate 10 near Whitehouse. The ultimate plan is for a .8 billion, 46.5 miles (74.8 km), four-lane toll expressway continuing southeast to Green Cove Springs and east to Interstate 95 near the World Golf Village.

Dhow Wharfage Development at Deira Corniche- Dubai

Dubai Municipality’s Dhow Wharfage project which consists of the construction of comprehensive wharfage of 3km between Deira Corniche and Palm Deira, is in front of the old Hyatt Regency Hotel, just before the famous Shindaga Tunnel. Overseas AST Co LLC – our client, is the main contractor for the project. The hardware consultant AHD, has proposed a comprehensive ANSI package from DORMA and approved by the client Dubai Municipality and the consultant AECOM. Once completed this infrastructure will facilitate an increase in Dhow trade through Dubai. PVE Dubai supplied on rent the Crawler Cranes of capacities of 70,150 and 250 Tons, Hitachi KH850 and CKE 2500G series Cranes.

PVE Dubai Supplies cranes JUMANA ISLANDS Dubai

PVE Dubai Supplies cranes JUMANA ISLANDS Dubai

Meraas Development has again contracted Van Oord to build an island in the emirate of Dubai. Jumana Island will lie 500 meters off the coast and will be used for urban development. The project involves dredging of sand from the sea bed, reclaiming the island as well as reclamation of the beaches. PVE Dubai is supplying Kobelco and Sumitomo crawler cranes which are used with vibroflots for soil improvement.

PVE CRANES SUPPLIES CRANES FOR VÄRTAHAMNEN HARBOUR

PVE supplied serveral crawler cranes to the main contractor for the construction of new harbour structures in the area Värtahamnen which is part of the Ports of Stockholm. The total contract value of this project is almost DKK 1 billion and is to be carried out during the next four years. Värtahamnen is Ports of Stockholm’s largest port, with around 4 million passengers and 1.7 million metric tons of freight. Beginning in the summer 2013 Värtahamnen will be restructured and will extend further into the bay. The project is carried out to make land available for urban development in the Swedish capital. The new Värtahamnen harbour is to be established in the existing harbour basin and provide updated facilities for the ferry operations from Stockholm and to the countries around the Baltic Sea.When ferry operations have moved to the five new quay berths, the old harbour area will be developed into a new urban area with office facilities, shops and residential units. PVE.Cranes & Services is renting out 5 crawler cranes in different sizes from the end of last year upto approx. 

 February 2015. On site are : 100t Liebherr LR1100, 135t Hitachi Sumitomo SCX1500, 160t Liebherr LR1160, 280t Liebherr LR1280 and a brand new 300t Liebherr LR1300. We are pleased with this contract on this important and extensive project of Ports of Stockholm. The main contractor is a large important international group with renowned competencies and for years a good relation for the PVE group in general. The project primarily comprises construction of a bridge deck on pile foundations, and the plan is to produce the precast concrete units for the bridge deck in Poland. For more information and a good impression, please visit our profile on youtube PVE Cranes. In our playlist you can find the movie about the rebuilding of the ports of stockholm.

MTB Airport Project Expansion- Abu Dhabi- U.A.E

MTB Airport Project Abu Dhabi The construction of the Midfield Terminal Complex (MTC) and overall expansion of Abu Dhabi International Airport are vital to enable the diversification of the Emirate’s economy by fostering growth in other industries through increased connectivity. Within the next few years, 20 million people are expected to use Abu Dhabi International Airport as their origin, destination or transit point for international and domestic journeys. Abu Dhabi Airports is tasked with ensuring that the airport is able to provide world-class services that meet this demand over the coming years. This is part of the Government’s Plan Abu Dhabi 2030, an Emirate-wide strategy to cater for Abu Dhabi’s business and tourism growth. The centerpiece of Abu Dhabi Airports multibillion-dollar investment programme is the Midfield Terminal Complex (MTC), which will provide a full terminal building, passenger and cargo facilities, and duty-free shops and restaurants. The terminal will have capacity to handle 30 million passengers per year, and up to 8,500 passengers per hour. Location: The MTC will be located between the airport’s two runways, which also gives the terminal its name. PVE Dubai and PVE Abu Dhabi are proud to be part of this project providing Crawler Cranes of 250 ton capacity – Cranes used by the contractors are: 3 units Kobelco CKE2500G, and one Liebherr LR1280, all equipped with luffing jib.

Contract A15 Maasvlakte and Vaanplein

PVE Crane Rental BV supplied 2 units 90t crawler cranes, model Liebherr LR853 and 90t Kobelco BM900 for the job, both working on different locations within the project. Furthermore PVE supplied a 100t heavy duty Liebherr HS855 HD in combination with a vibratory hammers of our sister company Dieseko Group for this project.

PVE’s Terex CC2800 Narrow Track crane is being used on Windmill projects

PVE Cranes & Services in Oosterhout is putting its Terex-Demag CC2800 to use on several large scale, onshore windmill projects in Europe. The Narrow Track system enables the customer to use acces roads of only 5 mtrs wide. This is a cost saving feature which helps reducing the total construction cost AND construction time of windmill projects.

Liebherr HS895 heavy duty crane with 35 ton freefall winches

Liebherr HS895 heavy duty crane with 35 ton freefall

winchesOur Dubai Service centre has done a fantastic job on a 2005 Liebherr HS895. The crane has undergone a major service with all criticall components tested and replaced where neccessary. The crane is now ready to be sold.

600 ton crane to Abu Dhabi for a petrochemical project

600 ton crane to Abu Dhabi for a petrochemical project

PVE Cranes Middle East has delivered one of their Terex-Demag CC2800 crawler cranes to a petrochemical project in Abu Dhabi.

PVE delivers yet another crane to the Chernobyl Arch Construction

PVE delivers yet another crane to the Chernobyl Arch Construction

PVE has delivered a fourth crane to the Chernobyl construction project “Novarka” meaning New Arch. PVE A 300 ton capacity Manitowoc 2250 has been delivered and erected for immediate use. The Ukrainian government appointed an international consortium called Novarka, to cap the whole Chernobyl plant with a massive arch-like structure that will be assembled alongside the plant and slid over the turbine hall to seal it off. The 108-metre high arch, equivalent in height to a 30-storey building, will be 162 metres in length with a 257-metre span. It will weigh 30,000 tonnes, including a 23,000-tonne metal frame, and is designed to last 100 years, requiring up to 1,000 people for construction. The main objectives of the containment shelter are to confine radioactive matter, protect workers on the site, protect from weather damage the existing sarcophagus and allow deconstruction of Unit 4 of the Chernobyl power plant to begin.

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