MB Crusher dominates the field for Qatar FIFA 2022; the MB-S18 screening bucket is at work at the Al Furousiya Street construction site in Doha.
At the end of a world cup - Russia 2018- another kicks-off.
At least for MB Crusher equipment, which is already at work in many construction sites in Qatar, for the construction of the FIFA 2022 World Cup stadiums. In fact, in view of the next football championships, more than $100 billion was invested in the country in projects and infrastructure.
An influential construction company involved in these projects, Al-Jaber and Makhlouf Company is using the MB-S18 screening bucket for works on Al Furousiya street, in the Aspire zone. It represents the main connection to reach the Al-Khor stadium complex, a structure with 45,330 seats designed in the form of an asymmetrical seashell.
Why has a MB screener been chosen? To simplify operations and respect deadlines.
In fact, with just one equipment connected to a Hitachi excavator, the company has completed a site that would have required much more time, more resources, more money. The excavated material was screened by the MB-S18. The coarser part was used as a subbase, while the fine part was mixed with sand and used as base.
The construction site won the match in terms of saving time, reducing machinery and saving money. First of all, because the large processing plants are about 50 km from the site, the use of MB screener reduced to-and-fro of trucks, in a road that is already crowded and busy. Secondly, by processing and reusing the excavated material directly on site, processing times and the procurement costs have been halved.
Hat-trick for MB
So who has lost the match? Costs and transport times, were practically shown the red card. And the costs of material purchasing and disposal were benched.
With the Qatar site MB scores its hat-trick. Yes, because already in 2010, MB crusher buckets were used for the construction site of the Soccer City stadium, where the final of the World Championships South Africa 2010 was held. Then, in 2014, MB crushers and screeners worked for the construction of the Arena Pernambuco stadium for the Brazil 2014 World Cup.
But the tournament does not end here; there are still many projects under way for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, such as the construction of a 320-km new metro network and the connection of all the stadiums with the country's motorway system.