As part of an expansion project in the Southwest, Deep South received, barged, and transported 37 vessels to complete this project. Pictured here is the largest of those vessels, an 800-ton quench tower. Using Deep South’s 1,000-ton rocking bolsters, in-house designed transport saddles, and a 120’ bridge ramp, Deep South was able to negotiate the barge roll off and 4 miles of roadways through town to reach the job site. This included crossing three jumper bridges, the longest measuring 120’ in length.
A major process unit turnaround (TAR) project for a petrochemical plant in the Southwest required some well-planned logistics, over 1,200 craftworkers (at peak) and a comprehensive fleet of cranes, trucks and customized skid (Jack & Slide) systems.
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.).
Using 92 lines of Scheuerle SPMTs with 3 power pack units, Deep South successfully assisted the client in moving this offshore platform in Texas.
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