PROJECTS

Throughout our nearly five decades of experience in heavy lift and transport solutions, we have learned that a successful job is built on precise planning and safe execution. This mindset has allowed our business to grow and positively impact some of the most complex projects across two continents. Take a look at what we can do.

Many Lifts, One Solution: Modular Lift System Flexes Hydraulic Muscles During Process Plant Overhaul

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Many Lifts, One Solution: Modular Lift System Flexes Hydraulic Muscles During Process Plant Overhaul

Deep South crews were challenged to haul, lift, and set 84 modules, including three towers (one measuring 100’ long, 350,000 lbs.) as well as various pieces of process equipment, such as piping, tanks, PDC buildings, and transformers—all within a tight schedule. Many of the modules had offset centers of gravity further complicating the lift and set.

Facilitating a Refinery Column Placement in Tight Confines

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Facilitating a Refinery Column Placement in Tight Confines

Transporting, placing, and lifting a refinery column—one that is comparable to the height and weight of the Statue of Liberty—is a familiar challenge for heavy lift, heavy haul experts like Deep South. Maneuvering it around existing racks and systems adds another layer of complexity.

Haul & Lift of Refinery Combination Tower Goes Off Without a Hitch

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Haul & Lift of Refinery Combination Tower Goes Off Without a Hitch

Load, haul, roll and set — seemingly simple words unless associated with a 555,000-pound, 160-foot long, 18-foot wide, over 19-foot tall refinery combination tower.

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A Marathon Job, Literally

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A Marathon Job, Literally

As seen in American Cranes and Transport Magazine

Transforming a 200-acre sugarcane field in Garyville, LA into a state-of-the-art refinery required a $3.8 billion investment and the work of a cadre of contractors with expertise that spanned the entire spectrum of engineering, construction, and rigging. Construction on the Marathon GME project started in March of 2007, and by December of 2009 the refinery was mechanically complete.

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Dismantling and Relocating A Petrochemical Facility

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Dismantling and Relocating A Petrochemical Facility

Deep South was contracted to dismantle and relocate 9 vessels from a petrochemical plant using a combination of barging, heavy transport, and heavy lift services.

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