At a Michigan power plant, Deep South utilized a 660-ton Demag CC-2800 (pictured here) to complete 200 lifts over an 8 month duration. This included multiple bag-house modules and duct sections, weighing up to 85 tons and measuring up to 85 feet in length. In addition, the 160-ton Tadano GR-1600XL-2 was used in the early phase of the project for erecting steel. Extreme temperatures brought 100 inches of snow during this time.
In support of a power plant project in the Northeast, Deep South crews were tasked with transporting and staging four transformers, each 22’ high, 12’ wide and 14’ long and weighing 314,000 pounds.
Deep South was contracted to complete a full replacement of a four-drum coker unit.
Deep South was contracted to deliver a 750,000-pound reactor to a refinery in northern Illinois. The navigable waterway, a highly-trafficked 125-foot wide canal, required a side roll-off.
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