Mammoet adds UK capacity

first_imgThe Netherlands headquartered heavy lift and transport specialist added one 200-tonne, one 60-tonne, one 40-tonne and two 30-tonne capacity mobile cranes, which will be used to support the continued expansion of Mammoet in the country, said Matthew Gent, managing director, Mammoet UK.Darren Watson, sales director at Mammoet UK said: “We are glad to announce that further investments are already confirmed with the receipt of these cranes planned for mid-2016.”www.mammoet.comlast_img

Water District OK’s Beach Boulevard repairs

first_img RelatedSewer line break dumps 200,000 gallons of raw sewageBy DINA ARÉVALO Port Isabel-South Padre Press [email protected] The Laguna Madre Water District (LMWD) responded to a sewer line break on the north end of South Padre Island last week which resulted in a leak of approximately 200,000 gallons of raw sewage, officials say. The leak occurred on Wednesday, July 12,…July 21, 2017In “News”Water quality issues persistBy PAMELA CODY Special to the PRESS Water quality issues were again the topic of discussion at a regular meeting of the Laguna Madre Water District Wednesday evening. District Engineer Charles Ortiz delivered a discouraging progress report about the ongoing substandard water quality reports that have been a continuing problem…October 16, 2015In “News”Burst pipe: LMWD issues area wide-boil noticeBy Gaige Davila Port Isabel-South Padre Press   This story has been updated. Workers from an unnamed utility company broke a main water line on the 700 block of Padre Boulevard around 3:00 p.m. on Tuesday, July 23, according to Nikki Soto, public information officer for the City of South…July 26, 2019In “News” By DINA ARÉVALOPort Isabel-South Padre [email protected] their regular meeting last Wednesday, Feb. 22, the Laguna Madre Water District (LMWD) approved a motion for design and professional services for an upcoming water line improvement project along Beach Boulevard in Laguna Vista. The repair project will cost an estimated $62,000.The motion wasn’t without some debate, however, as members of the board of directors raised questions about why LMWD staff sought expediting the work. General Manager Carlos Galvan explained the project, which was already on the District’s to-do list, needs to be moved forward after the Town of Laguna Vista announced the week prior that it had received a grant to repave the road. “We wouldn’t want to go back and tear up the streets,” Galvan said.Want the whole story? Pick up a copy of the Port Isabel-South Padre Press, or subscribe to our E-Edition by clicking here. Sharelast_img read more