No job too big or too small!
Van Aalsburg B.V. has an extensive range of machinery. All types of cranes, from small to large. We can use them to prepare the groundworks for any job you have. Those jobs are never too big; we like a challenge! The cranes are operated by experienced and well-trained crane drivers with affinity for the profession. They are able to carry out a lot of work in a short time, even when there is very little room to manoeuvre. In swampy environments ramps are used to create a stable assembly site and foundation. Groundwork is more than just digging. We work safely, efficiently and with passion, with each other and for you! Typical of Van Aalsburg B.V.: the right man with the right crane in the right place at the right time. And: taking the correct safety measures into consideration. Correct
3D control with GPS
Three 7.5 to 40 tonne cranes have ultra modern GPS for precision guiding with an accuracy of 25mm. A globe or receiver is mounted on the crane, which picks up the GPS signal from the satellite. Aided by a digital drawing, our operator can see on a screen in the cabin how deep and along which lines he has to dig. The screen shows him exactly where he is and what the position of his bucket is in relation to the 3D design. Posts are no longer necessary.
We also make and model machine files. The operator now works on his own. He downloads the 3D model from a USB stick or wireless onto the operating terminal and can start working immediately. The spreader and the excavation worker are superfluous. The customer reaps the benefit. Which means you!
Frequently Asked Questions
No surface is a problem. Never too boggy or too hard. All the equipment is in-house.
Van Aalsburg B.V. has more than 20 crawler cranes varying from 3 to 40 tonnes and all equipped with GPS.
It has an accuracy of 25mm! The work is always carried out well the first time. This means more work in less time.
Trusted by thousands of customers for over 50 years
Passing Section Juliana Canal south
For the widening of the Juliana Canal, we applied a new way to make this canal watertight.
The dunes around The Hague
Van Aalsburg's men planted 180,000 marram plants in the dunes of The Hague in an area of 2 hectares.