Live Hybrid Panels are a dual-profile aluminium solution for roadways and walkways, capable of providing heavy-duty access for vehicles or pedestrians.
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Working for creative agency Imagination Europe, Eve supplied and installed 1,265 of their innovative dual sided temporary roadway panels complete with bespoke edge ramping, thus creating a versatile access solution for both vehicles and pedestrians from initial build phase throughout the duration of the event.
Bilfinger was commissioned to replace power lines and towers around Leipzig originally installed as far back as the 1940s. Eve supplied over 3 kilometres of aluminium trakway to provide access for the project.
The Rugby World Cup is the third largest global sporting event and Eve was appointed as the official supplier to two customers, Arena Group and the Rugby Football Union during the 2015 tournament.
Eve worked alongside the Energy Alliance throughout 2014 on a major refurbishment project to transmission towers all over North Wales.
Eve has been involved in undertaking major projects within the Infrastructure sector since the company’s inception, and the contract to move a 2,000 tonne bridge along the M56 ranks as one of the most impressive.
It wasn’t just the artists providing ‘Heavy Metal’ at this years Download Festival! Eve has been involved in supplying access and crowd control solutions to Download for many years, and was once again on site at Donington Park during the set-up to this important date in the rock music calendar.
New venue, new challenges!
The Ryder Cup, the world’s most famous and prestigious golf tournament, came to Gleneagles in Scotland in 2014, and Eve was right at the heart of the project as sole supplier of trakway, fencing and barriers for the event.
Live has been a major part of the infrastructure at Glastonbury Festival for over 40 years. Our installation is an essential component of the operating licence and ensures one of the greatest shows on Earth can happen.
The 20th Commonwealth Games were held in Glasgow in 2014, becoming the largest multi-sport event ever held in Scotland with around 5,000 athletes from more than 70 nations, competing in 18 different sports. Eve was right at the heart of the Games, working alongside the organising committee providing vital access and infrastructure works.