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Had Fab is delighted to announce that this month we loaded out one of the company’s largest piling frame constructions to date and which will be used as part of the high-profile redevelopment of Stornoway Harbour.

The 16.5m long, 3m wide and 3.5m high piling frame was transported by specialist freight from its location in Glasgow earlier this year to our yard in Tranent where it has been successfully converted from an H-Pile to a Tubular Pile configuration.

The frame has been fully refurbished and converted so as to successfully install 1,220 piles, up to 44m long on the high-profile Stornoway Deep Water Terminal project and was completed in a work programme of only months.

As part of this work programme, we delivered a full pile conversion process including re-setting the width of the structure, installing safety walkways and handrails, manufacturing and installing bespoke roller boxes as well as providing a complete refiguration for Tubular Pile installation.

We are pleased to announce the structure was successful transported – utilising specialist hauliers and ferry teams – and is now fully operational on the Stornoway Deep Water Terminal.

The work was commissioned by our client, building and civil engineering company, McLaughlin & Harvey who – earlier this year – were awarded the contract for the new multi-purpose deep water terminal.

To find out how Had Fab can work with you to meet your structural engineering and metal fabrication needs, give us a call on 01875 611 711.

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