Deep South Named Houston Safety Excellence Finalist; Top Recognition 5 Years Running
Deep South Crane & Rigging is proud to announce we were selected as a finalist for the Houston Business Roundtable’s 33rd Annual Houston Safety Excellence Award in Crane & Rigging Support.
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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.).
Tailing Over a Live Pipe Rack Emphasizes Complex Project
From a tricky bridge crossing to a complex coordinated lift, Deep South facilitated the delivery and setting of components for a petrochemical facility acid modification and upgrade project in Louisiana.
2,500T Versacrane featured in the Monster Cranes Highlight by American Cranes & Transport
Deep South is proud to be featured in American Cranes & Transport’s recent edition on Monster Cranes. Our VersaCrane fleet has a patented, compact design that allows it to maintain high lifting capacity in crowded and congested areas while maintaining one of the lowest ground-bearing pressures in the industry.
Deep South Crane & Rigging adds four Liebherr all-terrain mobile cranes
Deep South Crane & Rigging recently acquired four Liebherr mobile cranes - two each of the LTM 1450-8.1, a 550 US-ton class crane, and the LTM 1300-6.2, a 360 US-ton class crane. The acquisitions give the company cranes with longer telescoping booms than it has had to date.
500,000-pound Deisobutanizer Turnkey Project
Deep South Crane performed turnkey transport and lift services for a Southeast oil refinery, transporting a 500,000-pound deisobutanizer from its fabricator in Vicksburg, Mississippi to Krotz Springs, Louisiana using a combination of over-the-road hauling, barging, and heavy lifting. The 1,500-ton VersaCrane TC-24000 as well as the 440-ton Demag CC-2400 lifted it into final position. Lifting bails with all steel-plate links allowed the crane operator to unhook the rigging without any personnel having to access the top of the tower.