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Transforming Stabilisation in Shanghai

The 7th China International Piling and Deep Foundations Summit will be held from the 24th-26th of April at Wyndham Bund East hotel, Shanghai. Allu will be participating at the event for the fifth time, with workshops and seminars planned. In addition to a full itinerary of events, ALLU will also be unveiling an advanced stabilisation system, purpose developed to help transform the way Chinese businesses operate.

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Foundation Works on former Brewery Site: Bauer constructed the Excavation Pits for the Berlin Schultheiss Quartier

 

The German capital city is growing! With over 3.5 million inhabitants, Berlin is the biggest city in Germany and even decades after reunification, construction is still booming. New developments in the inner city are in particularly high demand. One such development is a 30,000 m² shopping and activity center in the Moabit district of Berlin Mitte – a once working-class district – on the grounds of the former Schultheiss brewery, steeped in tradition. The client, HGHI Schultheiss Quartier GmbH & Co. KG, is also building 6,000 m² state-of-the-art offices – almost half of which are listed as historical monuments. For the new-builds, Bauer Spezialtiefbau GmbH and JV partner Keller Grundbau GmbH constructed two complex excavation pits with a total area of 11,000 m² in confined inner-city conditions from May 2015 to November 2016.

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Bauer AG has started to turn its Business Operations around in 2016

  • Total Group revenues are EUR 1,586.1 million (previous year: EUR 1,656.4 million); sales revenues are up by 1.3 % to EUR 1,396.9 million (previous year: EUR 1,379.0 million)
  • Earnings after tax at EUR 14.4 million (previous year: EUR 29.0 million) are towards the top of the latest forecast range of about EUR 10 to 15 million
  • Order backlog is at a high level: growth of 1.3 % to EUR 1,008.1 million
  • Proposed dividend for 2016: EUR 0.10 per share
  • Forecast for 2017: Group expects total Group revenues of around EUR 1.7 billion, earnings after tax of around EUR 23 to 28 million and EBIT of around EUR 75 million.
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GSE Environmental introduces the next Generation of Capping Systems

GSE Environmental, a leading global manufacturer and marketer of geosynthetic products and solutions, announces the launch of GSE LiteEarth, a patented synthetic grass capping system developed for long-term closure of solid and hazardous waste landfills, coal ash impoundments, mining containment sites, and more. The LiteEarth system provides an economical alternative to traditional capping systems that require 3 to 5 feet of soil, infill, and grass. Eliminating these materials not only reduces the cost of design, construction, and natural resources, but it saves thousands of dollars per acre every year in maintenance costs.

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Shell set to inject new Gas into east Coast Market in Australia

The Queensland Resources Council welcomes the announcement of ‘Project Ruby,’ the Shell Australia/QGC joint venture, that will employ hundreds of people, and inject new gas supply into the east coast gas market.

QRC Chief Executive Ian Macfarlane said the announcement was yet another sign that Queensland was getting on with business.

"The ‘Project Ruby’ development in the Surat Basin underpins 350 new and existing jobs, which is good news for the local community, and good news for Queensland’s gas supply,” Mr Macfarlane said. “The QRC is pleased that Queensland is leading the way when it comes to working to address the problem of the east coast gas shortage.”

Up to 161 new wells will be drilled in 2017 and 2018 in QGC’s existing tenements in south-west Queensland.

“This significant milestone for the QGC project is also a vote of confidence in Queensland’s onshore gas industry,” Mr Macfarlane said. “Importantly, this is an investment into regional Queensland, where state and local governments and farmers support the gas industry, resulting in massive economic benefits for local and state governments as well as farmers and rural and regional communities.”

QRC’s current data shows that in 2015-16, our state’s gas industry contributed $12.8 billion in economic contribution and supports 65,000 jobs and the advancement of this project will only mean more revenue and jobs for Queenslanders.

Shell’s QGC business is a net contributor to the domestic gas market and will sell more than 75 petajoules (PJs), net of domestic gas purchases, to customers in Australia this year. This represents more than 10% of east coast gas demand and 40% of Queensland’s demand.

Source: QRC

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First Use in Toronto: Bauer BG 46 demonstrates top Performance

The Canadian Bauer Maschinen client Deep Foundations Contractors Inc. is carrying out the foundation work for the Parkside Square project in Toronto and in order to install the 28 m deep secant pile wall and 20 m deep single piles has opted for the latest equipment technology from Bauer: the Bauer BG 46, the most powerful rotary drilling rig currently on the market.

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