Gunne Civil takes in latest Komatsu technology

When Queensland contractor Gunne Civil Constructions was engaged to carry out site preparation earthworks for Komatsu’s forthcoming new Wacol distribution centre and technology hub, it was an opportunity for the company to take advantage of the latest technology in managing its side of the project. Gunne Civil has a substantial fleet of Komatsu equipment, manyContinue reading “Gunne Civil takes in latest Komatsu technology”

A sustainable new solution for ageing, corroding infrastructure

Surrounded by ocean, most of New Zealand’s reinforced-concrete infrastructure lies close to the coast, making it susceptible to corrosion. Could new glass-based reinforcing hold the answer? Research at the University of Canterbury (UC) led by Structural Engineering Professor Alessandro Palermo has highlighted the impact deterioration can have on the performance of structures. This research isContinue reading “A sustainable new solution for ageing, corroding infrastructure”

Hydraulink customisation extends versatility of workhorse CAT machinery

Expert Hydraulink technicians have installed hammer piping and other new features in a complex customisation of CAT machinery designed to further extend its functionality and versatility. The customisation was completed for a customer that wanted the option to add different attachments to their reliable and efficient CAT 320f excavator, which weighs about 22t and featuresContinue reading “Hydraulink customisation extends versatility of workhorse CAT machinery”