Australia’s largest projects rely on Putzmeister concrete pumps to get the job done, proving the confidence contractors have in Putzmeister equipment and
the service and advice provided by local dealer CPE Machinery.
Melbourne, the world’s most liveable city, is set to reach new heights with a new high rise called Australia 108. Australia 108 will be 9 storeys higher
than the Eureka Tower, Melbourne’s tallest building at present, and will become Australia’s tallest apartment building.
Barangaroo is a $6 Billion dollar spectacular waterfront precinct being developed on the Western edge of Sydney’s CBD and harbour, comprising parkland,
offices, residential apartments, a hotel, shops, cafés and restaurants. It is one of Australia’s largest urban developments ever to be constructed,
and arguably one of the most ambitious urban renewal projects in the world today.
Australia’s largest ever infrastructure project “Gorgon LNG”, located 60km offshore, relied on Putzmeister equipment to get the job done. Constructing
any $60 Billion project has its challenges, but when located 60km off the mainland, the word logistics takes on a whole new meaning!
CPE Machinery was excited to deliver the first new 50 metre Stationary Placing Boom in Australia to Select Plant Hire. Laing O’Rourke was awarded the contract
to build four large Cryogenic LNG Tanks as part of the $34B Ichthy’s LNG Project in Darwin, NT.
Queensland Curtis LNG (QCLNG) was the world’s first project to turn coal seam gas into liquefied natural gas (LNG) and one of Australia’s largest capital
infrastructure projects. Comprising gas fields and production in the Surat Basin with 540km of pipeline to Gladstone and an LNG plant on Curtis Island,
the project involved more than $20 billion capital infrastructure investment.
Widely regarded as one of the highest quality, best value concrete placing hoses available. With a company history dating back to the 1800's Trelleborg
hoses set the benchmark for quality, reliability and performance.
This little money maker can be fully supported on a surface no bigger than the area taken up by the truck with the driver’s door open. This allows an almost
unrestricted flow of traffic, and gives you the flexibility to operate on sites inaccessible by larger truck-mounted concrete pumps.