FPP Proficiently Employed High-reach Mobile Elevated Work Platform (Mewps), Granting Access To The Pinnacle Of The Chimney Structure For Rigging Purposes.
During a recent project aimed at upgrading the Boiler house at the Mondelez Marlbrook site, Factory Plant Projects executed a comprehensive turnkey removal and installation operation.
FPP’s approach entailed a strategic combination of Versa-lifts and hydraulic jacking and skating equipment to meticulously remove the obsolete 40-tonne boilers. A full contract lift was executed by FPP for the removal of the redundant chimney stack.
To facilitate the safe removal of the chimney stack, FPP proficiently employed high-reach Mobile Elevated Work Platform (MEWPs), granting access to the pinnacle of the chimney structure for rigging purposes. Once the initial section was successfully detached, FPP employed a versa-lift in conjunction with a crane to deftly transition the chimney segment from a vertical to a horizontal orientation.
In addition to the intricate removal and installation aspects, FPP efficiently managed a comprehensive waste disposal operation. This encompassed all requisite measures, including the provision of notifications for abnormal load transport pertaining to the oversized, redundant boilers. Notably, our waste disposal procedures adhere to the highest standards of accountability, with meticulous documentation accompanying each disposal process.
As a culminating phase of the project, FPP returned to perform the installation of new replacement boilers, seamlessly concluding the assignment to the utmost satisfaction of our valued customer.