American Cranes & Transport - July 2020

08 July 2020

Included in this issue:

  • PREVIEW SC&RA CRANE & RIGGING WORKSHOP
    Unprecedented times call for unprecedented solutions, which is why the SC&RA Crane & Rigging Workshop is going virtual.
  • INTERVIEW
    Wes Mollno is an inspired leader who impacts the specialized transportation sector on a variety of fronts. D.Ann Shiffler reports.
  • RIGGING MATTERS
    The latest product round-up of load moment indicator and rated capacity indicator technology.
  • SPECIALIZED TRANSPORT FORUM LOAD SECUREMENT
    Four industry experts discuss load securement dos and don’ts and their latest innovations.
  • PRODUCT FOCUS CRAWLER CRANES
    While lattice boom crawler cranes are working on construction jobsites across the country, OEMs do not expect sales to pick up significantly until 2021. D.Ann Shiffler reports.
  • PROJECT DIGEST REFINERIES AND POWER PLANTS
    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.
  • SITE REPORT RIGGING
    A Maeda CC1485-1 mini crawler installs rebar for the U.S./Mexico border wall. Hannah Sundermeyer reports.
  • LEGENDARY
    SPMTs are among the world’s most prolific rigging tools. D.Ann Shiffler reports.
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Latest News
Bigfoot Construction team joins outrigger committees
Jeff Steiner has joined the SC&RA outrigger pad resource task force, and he and his nephew, Eric Steiner, are members of the P30 standards outrigger pad subcommittee. 
Talbert celebrates anniversary of detachable gooseneck
First introduced in 1962, the hydraulic detachable gooseneck technology revolutionized safety in the trailer industry.
Sarens performs critical installation at nuclear site
The Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) initiated a major nuclear refueling and maintenance outage so that four replacement steam generators could be installed at the Watts Bar nuclear plant.
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