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BPH Equipment at the new Queensferry Crossing

BPH Equipment supply Crawler Cranes and Piling Equipment on the new Fourth Crossing Project

The Queensferry crossing is a road bridge under construction in Scotland. It is being built alongside the existing Fourth Road Bridge across the Firth of Fourth, and will connect Scotland's capital city Edinburgh, at South Queensferry to Fife at North Queensferry.

The Queensferry Crossing will be a cable-stayed bridge, with an overall length of 1.7 miles. The Bridge will carry two lanes of traffic in each direction, plus hard shoulders with the road designed to motorway standard. The new bridge will carry cars and heavy goods vehicles while public transport, cyclists and pedestrians will use the existing bridge.

Estimated costs of the new Bridge will be around £3.25 billion and £4.2 billion.

Starting back in November 2012 up to date BPH Equipment has supplied the project the following equipment.

Hitachi CX900 (90ton Crawler Crane) currently working in the marine yard.

Kobelco CKE 1350 (135ton Crawler Crane) currently working in the marine yard

Kobelco CKE 1800 (180ton Crawler Crane) currently working offshore on a flat top barge.

PTC 15HFV Vibrodriver

PTC 65 HD Vibrodriver

SL 30 Impact Hammer

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