Bridging the gap

18 April 2008

Bridging the gap Wagstaff Crane Service made an impressive lift using its 2003 Grove GMK7550. The project involved setting a 130 foot long fishing bridge over a seven acre reservoir in Syracuse, UT. The crane lifted the 70,000 pound bridge at a radius of 85 feet. The one-piece bridge span was manufactured in Colorado, trucked to Utah in two pieces, and then attached before being lifted in place.

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