CRANE, TRANSPORT & RIGGING SERVICES IN BATON ROUGE

Deep South combines the right tools with the right talent to offer a range of services. We offer free consultations and quotes to determine the best path forward for your job. Our services and equipment include:

  • Daily Lifting/Crane Rentals
  • Turnkey Solutions
  • Heavy Haul/Heavy Lift
  • Specialty Equipment
  • Rigging Services
  • Bare Rentals
  • 24-hour Rapid Response

Contact the Deep South Baton Rouge Office

15324 Airline Highway, Baton Rouge, LA 70817  |  P: 225-753-4371

ABOUT THE FACILITY

Opened in 1968, this office serves as Deep South’s corporate office and is home to the all-powerful VersaCrane fleet and manufacturing facility. Our skilled employees, coupled with our state-of-the-art fabrication facilities, allow us to custom design, fabricate and test virtually anything required for a project right at home. All VersaCrane components are engineered and fabricated at our Baton Rouge facility by a team of certified engineers and experienced craftsmen.

DIRECTIONS TO THE BATON ROUGE CRANE RENTAL FACILITY

From Woman’s Hospital: Turn left to head South on Airline Highway (US-61). Proceed down Airline for 2.8 miles. The office will be on your right after crossing Highland Road.

From Prairieville (at Highway 42): Proceed North on Airline Highway (US-61). Proceed down Airline for approximately 3 miles. Deep South will be on your left just past the State Fair Grounds.

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Projects

Pressed for Time

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Pressed for Time

A vehicle manufacturer’s large stamping press—a massive machine used for shaping body panels—is online and operational thanks to efficient installation by Deep South. The three primary components included a 181-ton press bed (27.72’ L x 16.4’ W x 13.12’ H), 250-ton press crown (28.38’ L x 16.4’ W x 13.12’ H) and a 92-ton press slide (21’ x 10.83’ x 10.5’).

Multi-Module Mission

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Multi-Module Mission

The heavy haul transport of oil and gas refinery components is always a challenge. Transporting 17 modules, all in the span of two weeks, raised the bar. The modules varied greatly in size and weight. Two of the modules exceeded 260,000 lbs., while 11 were more than 16’ high, three were more than 19’ high, and 13 had widths greater than 18’. Initially, the customer had trouble finding a company to move the modules to their site in Texas.

heavy lift system

Combined Gantry/Strand Jack Systems Power Lifts Co-Gen Train

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Combined Gantry/Strand Jack Systems Power Lifts Co-Gen Train

The construction of a combined-cycle power station in Louisiana required a specialty contractor to move, lift and set a STG generator (692,250 lbs.) and HIP turbine (392,420 lbs.).

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