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Pull The ‘Udder’ One

July 27, 2011

Recently the Hallett Silbermann Birmingham depot were asked to “moove” 5 model cows. They had “herd” that Taylor Wimpey had commissioned Telford Art College to create some artistically decorated cows for the showpiece frontage to a prestigious new housing development at Lawley Farm near Telford. When Hallett Silbermann received the enquiry we thought that someone was joking and we asked them to pull the “udder” one.

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Crash Landing

April 19, 2011

Recently Hallett Silbermann undertook an urgent request to recover a single engine light aircraft from a field in Bedfordshire following an emergency landing.

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Hardly Weather for Boating

January 28, 2011

During some of the worst winter weather in decades to hit the London area, Hallett Silbermann undertook the transportation of one of the larger loads we have moved – a brand new 32M motor yacht manufactured by Princess Yachts International Plc.

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Bombs Away !

November 21, 2010

The last surviving Wellington bomber of the Second World War was recently transported by Hallett Silbermann from the RAF Museum at Hendon, north west London to the RAF Museum at Cosford, Shropshire to undergo extensive restoration over the next four to five years.

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Prepare to be Bored

October 19, 2010

Hallett Silbermann has recently been delivering the piling rigs and cranes for the start of the Crossrail tunnel that is to be bored under Central London.

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Fishy Business

September 29, 2010

In the heart of the City of London at Bishopsgate construction has almost been completed on the new Heron Tower. This new building ( see the architects design graphic ) will be an impressive addition to the skyline of the City which is of course a world renowned trading centre for the business and financial community.

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Building Bridges

May 22, 2010

Hallett Silbermann were recently awarded a contract to transport 9 prefabricated bridge sections from the South Coast to Reading where they were assembled into two larger sections for final positioning using modular trailers arranged and escorted by Hallett Silbermann.

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IPAF • ADR • CDG • Any More Acronyms?

February 25, 2010

We seem to live in a world of acronyms nowadays – Hallett Silbermann operatives all carry CSCS cards (Construction Skills Certification Scheme) and many also carry CPCS accreditation (Construction Plant Certification Scheme).

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Give Hallett Silbermann a ring

October 28, 2009

The oldest circle of church bells in the world are ringing out over the town of Ipswich, Suffolk for the first time in over two decades, thanks in part to Hallett Silbermann.

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