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The sky’s the limit!

Asked by its client to add something extra to a tower in Dubai, CCL was very soon reaching for the sky. Amesco Tower in Dubai is formed by two concrete core walls 52 metres apart. The top section of the tower, level 50, currently under construction, is built using CCL transfer box girder beams which […]

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CCL completes the post-tensioning on an energy-efficient retirement home

CCL has completed the post-tensioning on a new retirement home (Établissement d’hébergement pour personnes âgées dépendantes – EHPAD) in France. Located in the new Rodez eco-district of Combarel, the building will provide accommodation and living space for dependant elderly people. The split-level design of the building comprises four storeys from street level and three storeys […]

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Qorsaita Bridge Bearing Installation

CCL has designed, manufactured and installed fixed and guided pot bearings on the Qorsaita Bridge project in Lebanon. The 100-metre-long, single span structure is being constructed at Sir El Danniyeh in the North of Lebanon, and will connect the towns of Bqarsouna and Qorsaita. The post-tensioned bridge will be built using the free cantilever method, […]

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Qatar Mega Reservoirs – first phase nears completion

CCL has successfully completed work on the world’s largest mega reservoirs in Qatar. In a bid to increase the country’s water storage capacity, Qatar General Electricity & Water Corporation are working on a project which will significantly increase water supply by providing seven days of water storage within its network. The project involves of the […]

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CCL achieves the ultimate flat-slab flooring solution

When Lebanon’s leading pipe manufacturer, Advanced Plastic Industries (API), decided to expand its operations, CCL was called upon to design and install the floor of its new production facility. Work had already commenced on installation of a ground slab before CCL was approached. However, the levelness and flatness demanded by the client had proved challenging. […]

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CCL finds its bearings on Broughton Bypass

The new Broughton Bypass is designed to relieve congestion on the busy A6 north of Preston, in Lancashire UK. The bypass was constructed by Hochtief (UK) Construction Ltd, who approached CCL to design and supply the bridge bearings for the Brooklands Bridge which is located at the south end of the bypass. CCL supplied CE-marked elastomeric […]

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Bearings installation for Blackpool bridge

CCL elastomeric bridge bearings have been used in a bridge deck replacement in Blackpool, in which 45 precast concrete beams were installed. Infrastructure company Story Contracting, contacted CCL to advise on bearing suitability, and design the most appropriate bearing solution for the Plymouth Road Bridge, a project which involved removal and replacement of the existing […]

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CCL awarded post-tensioning contract for MUNA in Peru

Work has begun on a new National Archaeological Museum (MUNA) in Peru. CCL has been awarded the contract to design the post-tensioning and has already started to supply its XF bonded and XU unbonded systems on the project. The museum will contain seven floors, three of which will be underground, and will accommodate 500,000 pre-Inca […]

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CCL tackles corrosion at SUNY

Cathodic protection was the preferred solution when corrosion was discovered in a pedestrian bridge and a podium slab at the State University of New York, Plattsburgh. Rehabilitation work was carried out in two phases and required meticulous preparation to ensure successful installation. Using GPR, CCL identified the location of existing reinforcement within the structural members […]

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Tank Waterproofing in Maryland

A major upgrade at the Patuxent Water Reclamation Facility in Anne Arundel County, Maryland, USA is currently underway which includes the construction of new containment structures and the refurbishment of existing tanks. CCL is carrying out the application of crystalline waterproofing treatment to nine tanks. The waterproofing is designed to react with cement particles and […]

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