GOMACO World Index --- GOMACO World 31.2 - October 2003


Around The World

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Hydropower Engineer Bureau #13 use their GP-2600 to pave a new 30 feet (9.2 m) wide, nine inch (23 mm) thick roadway connecting China to Pakistan. They are currently paving near Kashi City, in the Xinjiang province of China.





Astaldi uses their GT-6300 with high-drive track to slipform a 15.7 foot (4.8 m) pass for a new roadway near Santa Ana, El Salvador.





Lambert & Grenier slipform ribbon curb in tight-clearance conditions on a project in Drummondville, Quebec, Canada.




Commander III

A new generation Commander III with a rear-mounted auger finishes a test pour in Toulnoustouc, Quebec, Canada. Aecon will be slipforming inverted stairway to form the sides of a dam.





AMEC slipforms a slab 25.6 inches (650 mm) thick as part of a test pour at the Heathrow Airport in London, England.





Meltreach Proprietary Ltd. is the slipform contractor on the first ever slipformed barrier in the Philippines. They are using their GT-6300 to slipform wall as tall as 6.1 feet (1.85 m). Meltreach has approximately 12.4 miles (20 km) of the Texas-type barrier to slipform on the North Luzon Tollway near Manila for the project's main contractor, Leighton Asia.




Commander III

Giant Construction Guam slipforms four inch (102 mm) thick, 7.5 feet (2.3 m) wide sidewalk on a project in front of the Micronesia Mall in Guam.









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