Basement Excavation: Morley House, London [GP750]
Coveya installed a 20.0m GP750 conveyor which fed the material from the basement floor to the back of the lorry and was loaded by a 14-ton excavator supporting an interesting basement excavation project in London.
Basement Excavation : Conveyors supporting steep incline on site [EK 300]
The Easikit 300 was used on hire for a basement excavation project in London that saw the movement of materials up to first floor level.
Construction & Excavation : Terminal 2 Heathrow Airport [GP750]
Coveya were delighted to work with Thames Materials on a project based at Terminal 2, Heathrow Airport where we supplied 5 of our 15m GP750 conveyors for a six week hire.
Basement Excavation : Claridges Basement Project, London [EK 450 & EK 600]
Coveya supplied Easikit 450 and Easikit 600 on hire for two years at Claridge's Hotel, London where the existing basement was being excavated to accommodate two new floors.
Construction : Harley Street Demolition & Construction project [Bespoke Conveyor]
A bespoke conveyor system was designed and installed at a new clinic in Harley Street - the first proton beam therapy unit in London.
Landscaping : Efficient filling of indoor planters [Bespoke Conveyor]
The Coveya Easikit 450 was able to discharge soil at a rate of one metre per second supporting a landscaping project that came at the end of a £450m project at Southmead Hospital, Bristol.
Basement Excavation : Overcoming access restrictions [Bespoke Conveyor]
Coveya provided a solution to carry the demolition and excavation spoil out of the site, over the public footpath, and discharge into barges on the Thames.
Landscaping : Landslide excavation moved across 70m [EK 300 & EK 450]
A landslide at a residential care home in Derbyshire caused a 72m challenge for local contractors when moving excavation spoil but linking the Easikit™ 300 and Easikit™ 450 conveyors solved the problem.
Basement Excavation : Grade II listed conversion to hotel [Bespoke conveyor]
Coveya's bespoke modular solution protected the Grade II listed building, whilst enabling simple, effective materials movement offsite within a busy environment.
Groundworks & Landscaping: Bath Royal United Hospital [EK 450]
The 9-metre modular Easikit conveyor then took the spoil up the 35-degree angle to a height of just over 5 metres. at the top of the hospital walkway, it fed directly into a 14-metre flat conveyor, which carried the spoil away from the site and discharged onto a pile, where the spoil was hauled away.