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Engineered Rigging facilitates a tricky power plant upgrade
Installing a new coal ash conveyor required innovative engineering and precision planning
Record turbine blade transportation
Longest ever turbine blades to arrive in North America
Deep South and Barnhart tackle refinery work
Installation of a huge combination tower at a refinery in Beaumont, TX required expert planning and execution by the team at Deep South Crane & Rigging
R&D Crane purchases Grove GMK5250L
The addition of the all-terrain was fueled by increased demand in the market 
Elevon opens for wind logistics
New ALS and Norsea company Elevon dedicated to supporting the wind energy industry in Europe, USA, Asia and further afield
WingMax for the longest blades
Faymonville‘s new WingMax trailer is designed for the increasingly prevalent wind turbine blades more than 230 feet long
Titan-2 takes 3,000 tonne Liebherr
Fourth unit built of Liebherr’s LR 13000 crawler crane handed over to Russian energy company for nuclear power plant construction
Speedy turbine repair by Mammoet
Rapid response from Mammoet for challenging wind turbine gearbox replacement in Canada.
Wind power serves as epic energy source
Will the wind power market meet original projections for 2020? The answer is blowing in the wind.
Grove TMS500-2 aids helicopter
Digging and Rigging’s Grove TMS500-2 truck crane assists helicopter for radio tower antenna installation
Engineered Rigging opens in Europe
Netherlands base established for Engineered Rigging in Europe
Dominion Energy Virginia purchases Link-Belt RT
Dominion Energy Virginia, a unit of Dominion Energy, finalized purchase of a Link-Belt 150-ton RTC-80150 Series II for North Anna Power Station in Mineral, VA. 
Barnhart transports water runner; completes six-year project
Barnhart Crane and Rigging recently transported its sixth water runner bound for a hydroelectric power plant in Michigan, completing a project begun in 2013.
Heerema piles in
New monopile installation method shows benefits for offshore wind turbine sector
Mammoet completes roll-off operation
Mammoet completes the roll-off operation of a HRSG module weighing 2859 tonnes in the USA
Crane companies tackle challenging power plant projects
A roundup of projects performed at power plants and refineries throughout North America.
Marr to urge 'different thinking' on tower cranes
Simon Marr of Marr Contracting in Australia, will urge International Tower Cranes (ITC) conference to think differently about tower cranes
A Texas soiree
D.Ann Shiffler reports on Liebherr’s Open House event for crane people in Houston, Texas, USA
Home blown!
Erecting the first wind turbine in North Carolina was extra special for Buckner Heavylift.
The Knowledge: Wind energy on the go
Marco van Daal continues his series of practical how-to guides on wind energy with this article's focus on the transport side of moving, installing, maintaining and dismantling wind turbines
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