A Link-Belt ATC3275, 275 ton all-terrain crane and El Terrero Constructions Link-Belt crane, are hoisting bridge beams for BNSF and the City of Belen. The railroad bridge beams project was located in Belen, New Mexico.
In the early 1990's Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad had Crane Service install a number of bridges. The rail bridge seen below weighed in at over 200,000 lb.
Breaking dawn in El Paso, Texas.
Crane Service, Inc. has set bridge beams all over the state of New Mexico. Shown here are beams being set along Highway 84 and Reinken Rd. in Belen in November of 1999.
Crane Service, Inc. set a bridge on Nimitz Road in Grants, NM with its Liebherr LTM1200 truck for Salls Brothers Construction.
We are bridging the gap for Sapphire Energy.
We are hoisting bridge beams in El Paso, Texas for Haydon. The cranes on the bridge construction jobsite are the P&H 5100 100 ton crawler crane and the Terex AC350/6 300 ton all-terrain crane.
Twin Mountain Construction required heavy lift cranes for the placement of bridge beams at the Interstate 40 and Coors blvd. interchange.
82 ton Link Belt driving pile for Meridian Contracting, for a pedestrian bridge on Reinken Rd. in Belen. July 2010.
We are hoisting bridge beam sections for the Paseo Del Norte bridge flyover in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The crane we used is the Grove GMK-7550.