Construction and Building – Moving Bulk Materials Safely and Easily
Arrange your Hire of The Hooka for Moving Bulk Materials on the Site of Your Project
Hire the Hooka and take the strain out of moving heavy materials for your construction/building project.
Our specialist team will provide training when the Hooka is delivered to your project.
To arrange your hire, complete the form below or call us directly on 01462 499 642.
Key facts for safely and easily moving bulk materials on construction/building sites with the Hooka
- Delivers bulk materials, plant and equipment from the roadside into the heart of any site!
- Hugely reduces labour costs – no more barrowing of aggregates, bricks and blocks or winching and dollying of heavy plant.
- Integrated ‘load-lock’ system allows a 1.7 tonne machine to safely lift and carry a payload of up to 1.5 tonnes.
- The perfect machine for restricted access sites – HOOKA is only 1 metre wide – the same as the loads it carries!
- Unique ‘load lock’ system secures the load to the machine – ensuring total stability.
- Tracked base ensures excellent stability and minimum ground damage.
- Designed and built in Great Britain.
Kier Construction Using The Hooka
Kier Construction used the Hooka on site at Bath Hospital for around 3 months to safely and easily move all their building and construction materials to point of use throughout the project.
DIY SOS used the Hooka for project in Shropshire
DIY SOS used the Hooka on a waterlogged project in Shropshire. The Hooka with its amazing tracked base and lifting capabilities proved itself invaluable due to the adverse ground conditions caused by days of torrential rain.
LARC Construction and Vinci PLC use the Hooka on restricted access site
The Hooka takes the back pain out of moving bulk materials for LARC Construction and Vinci PLC on a project at Reading University. Helping ensure safe and easy lift and carry of all building materials.
Safe Lift and Carry of Heavy Building Blocks
The Hooka being used on a project for the refurbishment of the embankment alongside the River Thames in London. Due to restricted access the Hooka was the only machine capable of carrying out the work needed.