Tower cranes. Mobile cranes. Cranes on barges. Cranes on construction trestles. Cranes on existing bridges. Cranes come in all shapes and sizes, and so do the engineering challenges that accompany them. With the massive loads that cranes are routinely asked to lift, ensuring your company has a sound game plan regarding the cranes and rigging systems is paramount to jobsite safety. DHC designs tower crane foundations, bearing pads for mobile cranes, and trestles, as well as evaluates existing bridges and other structures to support construction cranes and equipment. And don’t forget the importance of ensuring rigging systems and picking beams are appropriately sized and balanced to perform successfully. DHC has experience working with contractors and crane suppliers to overcome the unique situations on jobsites that affect crane operation.
OUR SERVICES INCLUDE:
TOWER CRANE FOUNDATIONS
BEARING PAD DESIGN
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