Coates Hire Wagons land in SA
1 May 2012
Last year Coates Hire announced the Coates Hire Wagon; a unique, modern and genuine alternative to the traditional portable building. Since that time, the CHW has been met with an enthusiastic reception and has been rolled out in a number of locations across Australia.
Most recently, the Coates Hire wagon has landed in South Australia with the first unit being a 5.7m variant delivered to valued client, Bardavcol Pty Ltd. Bardavcol Pty Ltd is a preferred contractor to Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI). They were a successful tenderer for the shoulder widening project on the Stuart Highway in South Australia. The shoulder widening project is part of the state infrastructure development initiative to widen the Stuart Highway to cater for the transport of large mining equipment destined for the BHP Olympic Dam expansion.
Being completely self-contained, the CHW is perfectly suited remote sites such as the Stuart Highway. Complete with a crib room for up to 8 people and a single toilet, the 5.7m Crib/toilet wagon has its own waste and fresh water tanks, and also has a 9kva generator on board. Light weight and easy to set up and transport, the wagon can be moved along the site as required.
The 5.7m variant utilised by Bardavcol is one of four different designs available. The 5.7m and 8.9m lengths join our fleet of wagons currently on hire in VIC, SA and QLD with WA deliveries rolling out over the next few months.
The Coates Hire Wagon (CHW) site accommodation solution is suitable for a range of applications on various types of projects including infrastructure, civil, mining and events.
Check out the Coates Hire Wagon here for more details.