Custom Solutions

We Can Design, Build, and Test Specialized Lifting and Transport Equipment to Meet the Needs of Your Project

Our work typically presents us with many challenges. We can tackle these challenges through our creative engineering and extensive fabrication capabilities. Quality is assured through many methods including finite element analysis, computer modeling and analysis, non-destructive testing, proof loading, and pull-testing.

Examples of our solutions to tough project challenges include:

  • River levee crossing bridge (capacity >1,000 tons)
  • Bridge jumpers through 100’ span
  • Hydraulic jacking, skidding, and gantry systems
  • Lift towers and strand jacks
  • Low-profile, inverted saddle systems (for minimizing transport height)
  • Hydraulic adjustable spreader bars and lift beams

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    Projects

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    Southeast Petrochemical Turnaround

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    Southeast Petrochemical Turnaround

    Supplying all cranes in two units during a petrochemical turnaround in the Southeast, Deep South supported the change out of old components and reinstallation of new components with 19 cranes working throughout the project.

    Many Lifts, One Solution: Modular Lift System Flexes Hydraulic Muscles During Process Plant Overhaul

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    Many Lifts, One Solution: Modular Lift System Flexes Hydraulic Muscles During Process Plant Overhaul

    Deep South crews were challenged to haul, lift, and set 84 modules, including three towers (one measuring 100’ long, 350,000 lbs.) as well as various pieces of process equipment, such as piping, tanks, PDC buildings, and transformers—all within a tight schedule. Many of the modules had offset centers of gravity further complicating the lift and set.

    Transporters and Cranes Facilitate Processing Plant Upgrade

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    Transporters and Cranes Facilitate Processing Plant Upgrade

    The movement and replacement of process plant components are a familiar site in in the Texas Gulf Coast region—though not often to the scale and timeline faced by one EPC contractor. Per the client, the contractor was tasked with the haul and lift of two trains of fractionation tower components (debutanizer, depropanizer, splitter and deethanizer) over the course of nine months.

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