We recently carried out a technical insertion in Berkshire that required exact positioning of multiple steel working in a methodical manner to achieve ultimate results.
There was a singular 800kg steel that was manoeuvred 50 metres to reach the property before being carefully manipulated into position and pivoted using angular insertion. This was simply the only way to get the steels into their resting positions.
The wall was removed and supported so it was time for the specially made extended strong boys with as many props as we could get in.
The wall opening was 6.5 metres and consisted of an existing 9 inch wall faced over with a new 4 inch brick skin; this new skin was unattached to the existing wall and completely floating which added further complication to the insertion. Trying to ensure as little movement as possible to the above walls was incredibly difficult.
Needless to say this was one of the most complex installations we have undertaken to date.