Deep South Opens Northern Office in the Heart of the Midwest's Industrial Region
Valparaiso, Ind.(September 17, 2013) - Deep South Crane & Rigging's Northern Office in Valparaiso, Ind., is in the heart of the Midwest's industrial region.
The company, known worldwide for its expertise in engineered heavy lifting and heavy transport projects of all sizes, has established a sales and engineering office and equipment facility to serve its expanding northern clientele. Branch manager Jimmy Gore brings more than 17 years of experience in the heavy lift and transport industry.
"Deep South has served this area on large projects for a number of years," Gore says. "We have a number of projects underway in this region and many more to come. Opening a physical office up here made sense for Deep South to continue to build those relationships and provide the best service possible to our clients."
Deep South brings safe, innovative solutions and technology to a variety of industries, including petroleum, refining, energy, steel production and chemical processing, as well as public infrastructure projects like rapid bridge replacement. Clients can utilize Deep South's array of customized equipment, including large-capacity cranes and hydraulic transporters, as well as expert engineers and certified operators.
Deep South has recently completed work for clients throughout the region, including major petrochemical and power facilities in Joliet, Illinois; Whiting, Indiana; Wheatfield, Indiana; Oregon, Ohio; Anacortes, Washington; and Rosemount, Minnesota.
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