Lynch have successfully sourced and trialled an innovative solution to the specific site needs of the CSJV in Euston.
After understanding the upcoming work schedule, there was a need for a more environmentally friendly item of plant to move materials around a congested and enclosed site. As a result, a requisition for three fully electric tracked barrows was secured.
The barrow is fully electric, quieter and emission free, with St James' Gardens being the first large construction site to trial the machine.
Their use will not only help lower the carbon footprint and reduce noise, but with a self-loading shovel operator fatigue will also be reduced. Lynch have been praised for actively seeking out and providing working solutions for site to help aid in reducing their emissions output.