This is my current favorite piece of construction equipment:
They are using it to dig very narrow, deep holes which they then drop girders in to. The girders are 3' tall and at least 50' long. I gather that these are the support walls that will prevent the whole block from collapsing once they drop the drilling machine in. Since this neighborhood is built on sand piled on top of broken docks and scuttled ships, they presumably have to go pretty deep to hit rock.
But the thing that I think is really great about this is that someone took the time to engineer a die-cut logo into the side wall. Maybe that didn't take much in the CAD program (it doesn't remove that much mass), but still, it suggests that someone actually gave a shit about this big scoop. It could have been bolted on, but instead it goes straight through an inch of steel.
(There are actually two different kinds of scoop pictured here, but the taller, cooler one is hard to shoot.)