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here\'s the drill: metro vancouver wants buyer for tunnel-boring machine

by:Gewinn     2020-06-05
Vancouver Metro is trying to find buyers for $5. 3-million tunnel-
Boring machine for building double tunnels connected to Seymour
Capilano water filtration plant.
Vancouver Metro is trying to find buyers for $5. 3-million tunnel-
Boring machine for building double tunnels connected to Seymour
Capilano water filtration plant.
The region has signed a consignment agreement with the manufacturer of robins, which charges up to $1.
If it can help make sure the buyer of the machine is 3 million away from the company.
Before using heavy equipment for another project, Robins must transform it.
If there are no buyers by 2015, Metro will receive $750,000 from Robins.
In 2011, ads in tunnel magazine attracted buyers of another boring machine, which received a full $1 buyback bonus. 3 million.
It turns out the other one is harder to sell.
\"Not everyone is building a tunnel project that is the same diameter as us,\" Metro spokesman Bill Morrell said . \".
The machines that have been sold have been purchased by Metro for $5.
3 million, because the rent has become too expensive after major delays in the tunnel project, Morrell said.
The subway took up the second machine.
The one still selling
Contractor Bilfinger Berger stopped the work of the project on the grounds of dangerous conditions and Metro terminated the contract with the company.
The machine is owned by Bilfinger Berger and the company has completed about half of the two horizontal tunnels.
Termination means at least one year. and-a-
As the metro company had to find a new contractor to complete the tunnel work, it was delayed by half, with a diameter of about 4 m and a length of about 7 km from 2013, the water will be delivered from the filter plant at the lower Seymour reserve to the new pumping station near the Capilano reservoir.
Ksinoski @ vancouversun.
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