Soilmec Newsletter 8/2016
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Soilmec SR-125 HIT at work in Cesena (Italy) for the new OROGEL 3 Plant


Orogel is Italy’s top producer of fresh frozen vegetables. The Group has 1590 associate producers who grow their products exclusively in Italy, as well as 2594 employees. The Group ended the 2015 financial year with an aggregate turnover of €429 million. Orogel is headquartered in Cesena, just a couple of miles from Trevi Group head office.

The business of these two companies, both leaders in their field in Italy and abroad, could not be further apart, yet they have come together thanks to the construction of the new “OROGEL 3” division. The project involves building three new production departments, one refrigerated warehouse with a product selection department and two cold stores 30 metres high and with a footprint of 65m x 120m and 65m x 80m respectively. All this on a site of approximately 45,000 m2, of which more than 6000 m² will be used as a public green area.

Trevi, the Trevi Group division specialized in special foundations and ground engineering, won the contract to execute the foundation works of the cold store with the 120m x 65m footprint. Trevi used the new Soilmec SR-125 HIT (HIGH TECHNOLOGY) drilling rig in CFA configuration to execute the 486 consolidation piles below the mat foundation.


The SR-125, presented for the first time at the Bauma 2016 trade show, is a multi-purpose rig for bored piles with both drilling fluid to support the excavation and temporary steel casing (LDP), for continuous flight auger piles (CFA), cased auger piles (CAP) and displacement piles (DP). It can also be transformed to construct columns of consolidated soil with cement-based grout (TURBOJET). This rig was designed to deliver maximum return on investment and was based on the concepts of efficiency, power, performance and flexibility.

 

 

 

     
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