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Jack.
Posted: Saturday, July 05, 2014 6:02:51 AM

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Thanks Paul Cool Some pictures from my last couple of weeks at work

Grove GMK 5130-1 on full ballast de-rigging a Jost Tower Crane



BCHCs ATF 50G-3 on roof sheet work



BCHCs SK1265-AT6 which used to be owned by Glovers of Ireland





NMT's SK1265-AT6 on roof sheets.... boring work!



MGA Northwests old 6 axle Spierings



One of our GMK 3050's



And finally one of our GMK 3055's on full stick and luffer outside JCBs World Headquarters



Cheers

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Paul R
Posted: Saturday, July 12, 2014 11:14:50 PM

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Sweet photos again Jack! Quite like the 3055 at full stretch.

Paul R
Jack.
Posted: Sunday, July 13, 2014 5:18:12 PM

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Thanks Paul. 58m , I think, with full stick and fly jib. A nice crane the 3055s Smiley

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Jack.
Posted: Wednesday, July 16, 2014 1:20:58 PM

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Some more from the last couple of weeks

Out with a tower again



Some of our cranes



Tight access road for a GMK 4100/L up to a wind turbine





Pulling cabins in a road closure with a GMK 3055-1





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Emiel
Posted: Wednesday, July 16, 2014 1:22:52 PM

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Glad you've found your way back to cranes Jack, better then demo jobs right? Teeth

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Jack.
Posted: Wednesday, July 16, 2014 4:28:26 PM

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Thanks Emiel! You're very right, much better than demo work Smiley

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Jack.
Posted: Saturday, August 02, 2014 9:34:22 AM

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Some more pictures of my last couple of weeks at work.

Lifting blocks with a GMK 3055-1



Taking down old chimney stacks with a cross-hired 3050



Erecting an advertising board with this old 60ton PPM



Cabin Bashin' with the GMK 3055-1



More Cabins but with the Challenger



Got to work with Steve Fosters Tadano Faun ATF 220G-5 last week on full ballast. Brilliant crane which is well looked after. I could get used to working with the bigger stuff Cool Teeth









Cheers

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Jack.
Posted: Saturday, August 16, 2014 8:02:58 AM

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A few Pictures from this week taken on my new phone, with slightly better photo quality.

One of the GMK 4100Ls, to be joined this month by our 4th 4100.



One of our Böcker AK 44/4000 PLC cranes.


This is our first Böcker, the second was delivered last week and the 3rd is on order.



Lifting AHU Units with the GMK 3055



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Paul R
Posted: Saturday, August 16, 2014 8:59:41 AM

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Those Grove 4100's just look nice to me, as do the larger models.

Paul R
Jack.
Posted: Saturday, August 16, 2014 2:15:15 PM

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Cheers Paul. Very good cranes the Groves are.

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ozcranedude
Posted: Sunday, August 17, 2014 1:23:24 AM

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Great photo's Jack,
Are you operating or a banksman for these cranes.

Wayne
Jack.
Posted: Sunday, August 17, 2014 7:19:54 AM

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Thanks Wayne.
Just a banksman at the minute, get to jump in every now and again and have a play. If things go to plan I should be behind the levers before the end of the year Smiley

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Jack.
Posted: Saturday, September 13, 2014 9:52:29 AM

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Just some more photos from work.

The Challenger 3180 on a decent slope with no timbers needed Cool



The newer of our 3050's lifting steel out a burnt out unit



The GMK 5130-1



The brand new GMK 4100L



Working with this Spierings SK498-AT4 again.





Cheers

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samk706
Posted: Saturday, September 13, 2014 10:33:09 AM

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Nice pictures mate... Living the dream Wink

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Paul R
Posted: Saturday, September 13, 2014 12:40:22 PM

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Lovin' the 4100L

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Jack.
Posted: Saturday, September 13, 2014 1:26:08 PM

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Thanks lads. The 4100 is very nice . Almost Sam, I'd be living the dream if we had a 6300 Cool

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Jack.
Posted: Monday, September 29, 2014 4:09:03 PM

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Some more from my last few weeks

Bricks and blocks with a 4100 L



Less than 40 metres from the runway at Birmingham International Airport with a GMK 2035



Lifting cabins with a 4100L



One of the newer GMK 4100 L's



I got sent slinging with this LTM 1070-4.1 from Quinto this week







Also saw this brand new GMK 5130 we have had on hire to us



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Jack.
Posted: Saturday, October 18, 2014 2:33:00 PM

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Another update of the day job

The 5130 lifting blocks and bricks onto an apartment block under construction



One of the 4100's in the same place a few days later



The 130 on full ballast lifting cabins a couple of Saturdays ago



And a couple from a long term job with have just started helping build the largest building mounted solar energy farm in Europe. We have to load out 6 scaffholding towers placed around the building, with one of the 3055's





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Esab_Steelblue
Posted: Sunday, October 19, 2014 10:50:42 AM

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Some nice photos Jack
Good to see your back on the cranes Smile
Why don't you like loading the roof sheets out?
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Jack.
Posted: Sunday, October 19, 2014 12:45:59 PM

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Cheers Andy Cool Hope you're all good mate? How's AGD?
The roof sheets are just monotonous... same thing all day long!!!

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