Haulotte Exhibits at Le Louvre Museum
The new Louvre Museum in Abu Dhabi museum is currently more than 95 percent complete and is expected to open in December 2016 or January 2017.
The French architect Jean Nouvel once again succeeded in translating the history into one of the greatest & dynamic masterpieces of the 21st century.
The importance of this project lies in redrafting of the traditional elements of Arabic architecture in a modern way with advanced technologies such as the vast steel dome - an emblematic feature of Arabian architecture, evoking mosque, mausoleum and madrasa - will create a “rain of light” effect on the visitors walking below.
It will cover two thirds of the museum, the al Falaj inspired water system based on Arabian engineering is an irrigation system form of a series of water channels runs through the museum.
This will make the space into a refreshing oasis that encourages strolling along the water, the architectural plan of the museum is similar to the traditional Arabic Souks which will be semi-covered by the dome and the interior will be illuminated by an enchanting, reminiscent of Mashrabiya and the beams of light that illuminate souks.
The design is a seamless collaboration between traditional local culture and modern construction techniques.
A significant number of Haulotte products supplied by UGER has been used in Le Louvre Museum. Most of them are the diesel Articulated & Telescopic Big Booms.
A key model is the newly upgraded Haulotte HA41RTJ Pro which has a maximum outreach of 19.80 m and has the best lifting speed in the market with less than 40 seconds.
It features an ergonomic and spacious designed platform, as well as fully proportional, simultaneous controls for more accuracy and smoothness of movement. This allows an optimal performance while the machine is working in the installation of the stars of the complex geometric pattern of the dome.
The H25TPX was ideal for reaching the most difficult working areas and increase time efficiency and productivity.