Mountain View, CA (Vocus) May 22, 2010
Google was searching for a crane company. They needed a 7000 pound air handler set atop building at the Googleplex without disrupting the productivity of their offices. Further complicating the lift was that Google’s parking lot couldn’t support the crane, meaning any crane brought in would have to have a boom long enough to support the load at a distance in excess of 300 feet. To successfully meet Google’s needs, that company would have to bring in a crane capable of supporting such a load at radius, and be able to set up, do the lift, and demobilize the crane all in one day.
No complex algorithm was needed to find the top company for Bay Area crane rental. Everyone knows it's Bigge! Bigge transported a Demag AC 500 , one of the only cranes in its class able to do the job safely, quickly, and effectively. On Saturday May 8, working with the City of Mountain View, Bigge closed off Charleston Street at Rengstorff to bring in the all-terrain crane. Once the crane was unloaded and in place, Bigge had limited time for the pick and setting.
“The most challenging thing about this job was getting everything in and out in a small window of time,” said Marcus Leaverton, Local Sales Manager, “We ended up completing it in even less time than allowed.” Bigge worked with ACCO Engineered Systems and as a subcontractor to DPR Construction on this project.
ABOUT BIGGE CRANE
Bigge Crane has California’s largest crane rental fleet. Bigge specializes in operated & maintained crane rental in the San Francisco Bay Area, Southern California, and seven Western States. Bigge rents its fleet nationwide on a bare lease basis.
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