Lull Telehandler Best For Confined Jobsites 18/03/2008
One of the biggest challenges to a busy construction site is to also have a very small fenced in area in which to operate a few machines and maneuver in and out. This can also greatly impact the choice of construction vehicle you will be able to operate on a small and busy site. For a telehandler operator this can be a problem, if you happen to have cranes on the site, trucks pulling in and out, and diggers coming into the work area. The telehandler operator better know how to overcome these kind of conditions in order to deliver bricks, mortar and other supplies. On a new hospital expansion project just outside of Chicago, these are the exact conditions, construction operators are working in. The Lull Telehandler 944E-42 has been the perfect addition to this work site. The tight turning radius means the Lull Telehandler can easily maneuver around the confined space on the Delnor Hospital job site. The job site is requiring a three-story addition to an existing 313,100 sq ft facility, which will house 52 private patient rooms.
Chicago construction company J & E Duff Inc. started in 1936, is a brick layer in Chicago. The company has found the Lull Telehandler to be the best material handler for the business of moving bricks, bulk mortor and cement. The first telehandler the company bought was a Lull telehandler which proved to be the most reliable and maneuverable and has held strong since.