Another successful beam installation for the Hooka in Leigh-on-Sea for How Construction Ltd.
Hanbrook Construction hired the Hooka today to help move a 700kg steel beam into position in a particularly tight space.
LAP Bros Welding Ltd hired the Hooka today to install a large goal post steel frame. Each section weighed 600kg and was easily lifted into position by the Hooka.
A cranked beam installed in Lightwater, Hampshire for a client this week.
BDL Developments hired in the Hooka to lift a 700kg cranked beam in Uxbridge last week.
A steel frame installed in Farnham last week for Beamline Steel. The Hooka made light work of lifting the steels into position.
Range Construction hired our services this week to assist them by lifting some heavy steels into place.
The second day installing beams for Elite Building and Renovation.
More steel beams installed today for Tresid Design and Build Ltd.
A beam job in Sidcup Kent. A number of steal I-beams installed, one having to be posted through a hole in the wall, which the Hooka was able to do with ease.
A 1200kg steel goalpost assembly installed yesterday for Mason Projects London Ltd.
A steel beam install in Crowthorne, Berkshire yesterday for T&LKS Project Management.
A job in Sidcup, Kent. 4 beams altogether, each weighing 700kg, safely and easily lifted into position.
One of Friday’s steel I-beam jobs, four steels forming a picture frame safely installed in Stevenage.
Another Heavy steel Beam Installed today in Northampton.
A very tight beam install today for TJ Building Services in Berkhamsted. The 750kg Beam was easily lifted into position using the Hooka.
Two huge 2.4 tonne beams installed using two Hooka’s to first move and position the beams and then lift them into position.
Another Steel I-Beam Installed today for Tom Stroud Builders in Southampton.
One of today’s jobs in Stansted with tight access. The 600kg steel I-beam was safely lifted into position with the Hooka.
A large picture frame installed on Friday for Dance Building and Roofing, the steels supplied by Thames Forge needed moving through the ground floor of the property and then lifting into position.