- Measuring success | 50 years of Strainstall
- TTMS™ deployed in Brazil
- Tower yoke load and angle monitoring system
- Oil pipe strain and movement monitoring
- Jiangyin Yangtze Bridge monitoring
- Automated data monitoring system
- Khalifa Point CALM buoy load monitoring system
- Structural monitoring of Blackfriars Bridge
- Abu Dhabi Plaza static load testing
- Blackfriars station ground movement monitoring
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- Gandhinagar metro bi-directional static load testing
- Data logging for New Year's Eve
- Monitoring Strainstall's developments
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- Structural monitoring for offshore wind turbine foundations
- Container Weighing System installed at DP World Southampton
- Flavio terminal, Naples is equipped with SOLAS compliant reachstackers
- Strainstall’s CWS™ installed at DP World Hong Kong
Abu Dhabi Plaza static load testing.
Strainstall Middle East have been contracted by Zetas Zemin Teknolojisi to undertake Bi-Directional Static Load Testing and various other pile tests for the Abu Dhabi Plaza in Kazakhstan.
The project is a new mixed use development in Astana, the capital of the Republic of Kazakhstan, and is inspired by the Central Market re-development in Abu Dhabi. When completed, the development will comprise of a retail podium, integrated plaza, residential apartments, offices and a hotel quarter. A light railway is also planned that will link it to the international airport of Astana. The tallest tower is 388m and will have 88 floors, creating a new landmark on Astana’s skyline.
Strainstall undertook a range of pile tests, including 7 BDSLT on piles of 1500mm and 1000mm diameter, as well as cross hole sonic logging on 144 piles, pile integrity testing on 400 piles and caliper logging on 151 piles. These tests were used to confirm that the piles could bear the weight of the proposed buildings.