Corporate Engineering provided fully self-supporting Beam and Infill covers running parallel to the bridge. Due to restricted headroom below the bridge end, the rotating covers are designed such that they are connected to the half-bridge scraper and are driven by the bridge motor.
Corporate Engineering provided fully self-supporting Beam and Infill covers running parallel to the bridge. Due to restricted headroom below the bridge and coping level
the beams were modified to facilitate the fitting of flat decking panels.
This project represents all aspects of Corporate Engineering's manufacturing, designing and installation processes.
Perth in Western Australia is one of the most remote cities in the world. New water treatment works were required prior to the building of a new town 45 miles to the north of Perth. Perth in Western Australia is one of the most remote cities in the world. A new water treatment works was required prior to the building of a new town 45 miles to the north of Perth.
To provide Odour Control covers to 2 number Picket fence thickeners. Access is required around the perimeter of the tank to inspect the launder channel. Flush fitting inspection hatches were required at regular intervals. We selected a totally self-supporting Beam and Infill type cover to fit the 15.2m
diameter glass coated tanks. As access was required around the periphery of the cover, the GRP support beams were modified to create a step-over which was
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The initial agreement was set to cover the inlet works to contain the odours below from where they could be connected to a new odour control plant. A major consideration was the regular flooding of the area. The covers would need to not only contain odour but be able to withstand flood water in excess of 2 metres depth. Working with the Client and the consultant, a solution was developed utilising an array of “flood pressure relief hatches” to balance water pressure above and below the covers.