Basement Excavation Steep Incline
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.
Morley House [London Basement Excavation)
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.
T2 Heathrow Airport Excavation
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.
McGee Group excavate Claridge’s basement
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.
Harley Street gets the Coveya treatment!
A bespoke conveyor system was designed and installed at a new clinic in Harley Street - the first proton beam therapy unit in London.
Filling indoor planters at 1 metre per second
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.
Excavation project overcomes access restrictions
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.
Landslide excavation spoil needs to move over 70m
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.
Grade II listed building project and London crowds
Coveya's bespoke modular solution protected the Grade II listed building, whilst enabling simple, effective materials movement offsite within a busy environment.
Reducing construction noise at hospital site
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.