Bigge opens Gulf Coast maintenance facility

By D.Ann Shiffler03 March 2021

With 12 overhead cranes, 35 workstation bays as well as sand blasting and painting space, Bigge said its new headquarters is the largest crane maintenance facility in the region.

After five years of planning, land acquisition, designing and constructing, Bigge Crane and Rigging has opened its new 25-acre, 130,000-square-foot, Gulf Coast shop in Houston, Texas, USA.  Located at 8300 McHard Road, the new crane maintenance facility features 12 overhead cranes, ranging from 10 to 30 tons; 35 high-tech workstation bays, 20,000 square feet of sand blasting and painting space and 10,000-square-feet of newly renovated office space.

“You can’t maintain the Perfect Fleet without the perfect facility,” said Bigge president and CEO Weston Settlemier. “Our investment into this state-of-the-art

Bigge’s new facility in Houston is located on 25 acres.

Gulf Coast crane facility is yet another example of our commitment to providing the best service level in the industry.” 

He said that for more than a century Bigge has been committed to providing customers with “exceptional value and the highest quality crane service by investing in its people, the Perfect Fleet, state-of-the-art maintenance facilities and implementing innovative technology. These investments sustain Bigge’s time-honored tradition.”

The new facility will be involved in crane rental, crane repair and maintenance as well as sales. Customers can request a private tour of the new facility on the company’s website at: or call +1 (713) 352-6832.

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