Tin Wing Light Rail Station (Heavy Lifting & Skidding System for Temporary Platform)

Posted on December 8th, 2021

Kai Tak NKIL 6568 (Heavy Lifting System – Temporary Working Platform)

Posted on December 8th, 2021

Goldwave’s ingenious heavy lifting system creates a breakthrough to turn “impossible mission” to possible solution. In this project, Goldwave design, fabricates and hoists up 5 irregular service decks within extremely compact spacing (from approx. 10-18 meters) from 5th floor to 28th floor to support the construction of a massive concrete transfer slab permanently in place on the 29th floor.

The service decks also serve as safety working platforms for site workers to carry out the remaining works for the transfer slap installation. 5 temporary protection platforms are to be installed as a safety measure to mitigate the risk of falling objects to protect workers during the construction period of service decks.  

SCOPE OF PROJECT  

Design, supply, fabrication and installation (Heavy Lifting) 

Redevelopment of Kwong Wah Hospital (KIL 10748)

Posted on December 8th, 2021

2,100 Tons Large Structural Steel Frame comprising two complete floors for a composite redevelopment building

Goldwave’s in-house Special Project Team was proud to have recently completed a single lift of a 40 meters clear span heavy-strength steel structure frame (S460 grade steel), total weight exceeding 1,000 Tons. By utilizing modern-day technology of  strand jacking methods along with precision equipment, our heavy lifting methodology and technique were designed and implemented around best safety practices, high quality, and cost-effective on-time delivery.

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West Rail Yuen Long Station Property Development (YLTL No. 510)

Posted on December 8th, 2021

The Massive Steel Turntable Structure measuring 21 meters in diameter was to rotate the permanent footbridge (46 Meters) and vehicular bridge (52 Meters) to the designated position, which was right above the life operation of Light Rail. This innovative erection method was unprecedented in Hong Kong.

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