GROUND BREAKING FOR NEW TRAINING/CACHE STORAGE BUILDING
...AND THE GROUND SHOOK
Rescue Spec Bill Linskey sinks the bucket of the hydraulic excavator into a 40 ton slab of concrete.
Rescue Spec Bill Linskey smoothes out the site after removing all concrete
slabs. Rescue Spec
Paul Penachio is in Cat Loader on right batting clean up for the excavator. The Task Force
Structural Engineers estimated over 180 tons of concrete were removed during the day.
OUR ENGINEERS AT WORK
Tim Lynch, Bill Raymond and Bernie Rouliard take some shots for the
While the machine operators prepared the building site. The remainder
of the Task Force rotated between
three tool stations.
AMKUS HYDRAULIC TOOL
Squad exercises Amkus spreaders to move heavy object. Note hand
which can be used in tight spaces where the power unit will not fit or can not
operate due to fumes. This station also utilized rams, power unit and cutters.
UTILIS HIGH PRESSURE COMPRESSOR
Squad operates Utilis gas powered high pressure compressor to
refill air tanks.
GAS POWERED BREAKERS
Final station was gas powered drill breakers. Both the Cobra Berema
Pionja 120 drill breakers were used. Concrete slab courtesy of ground breaking
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