Glass lifter hired from Kennards Lift & Shift saves labour at cultural centre

Kennards Lift & Shift  supplied a 500kg capacity, self-propelled glass lifter for the installation of glass panels at the new Blue Mountains Cultural Centre being built in Katoomba.

Due to open by the end of the year, the Centre will house the Blue Mountains City Art Gallery and World Heritage Exhibition.The cultural centre is a collaborative enterprise involving Blue Mountains City Council, NSW Government and the Coles Group, with funding support from the federal government. The project is being executed by Richard Crookes Constructions as the main contractor.

Commercial Windows, a company that supplies and installs framed and frameless glazing products for the commercial construction industry, was tasked with the installation of 32 glass panels at the Centre. The panels containing 28mm thick double glazed glass measured between 2200mm and 2700mm in width and weighed up to 350kg each.



600450 Glass lifter hired from Kennards Lift & Shift saves labour at cultural centre
Date: 21 September 2012

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