We recently had to rig some telecommunications equipment off of a roof top at Amsterdam Houses on West 61st St in NYC. The work was done professionally and safely without incident. We needed to obtain a permit and also notify residents that they needed to use alternate parking so that vehicles would not be damaged. […]
Last week we completed a job on West 125th St in New York City. We used a Bay Crane LTM 1500 (600 ton crane) which required an assist crane to assemble. We started the project at 10pm Saturday night and the permit was valid until 11am Sunday, so we had to be efficient. First, four wide load trailers arrived on […]
According to a notice from the Department of Buildings all crane operations are temporarily suspended. The DOB asks contractors to take precautionary actions due to high winds predicted for the weekend and until further notice. Winds upward of 50 mph are expected in NYC during a possible Nor’eatester. The DOB is asking all contractors and […]
It has been a busy Fall season for us. Luckily the weather has been warm. We wanted to share some pictures of some recent jobs. Enjoy!
We did an SCA (School Construction Authority) job for PS 96 in the Bronx yesterday. As a little bit of knowledge, PS 96 is part of New York City Public Schools, which is the largest system of its kind in the United States of America. We unloaded a 19,000 pound generator and set onto a pad so that it […]
On February 16th we rigged a AHU ( Air Handing Unit) weighing 13,000lbs to the roof of the 1 Center Street in Manhattan. The building is actually owned by theNYC Dept of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS). We used a 600 Ton Crane with 454 foot of boom to hoist unit to the roof that was […]