COVID-19 has wreaked havoc across the globe causing a lot of economic uncertainty. As a result, many companies have frozen or reduced capital expenditures. Engineered Rigging has expanded our fleet of heavy lift and rigging equipment rentals to help clients complete their construction, renovation and ongoing maintenance projects on budget.
Our expanded fleet includes Enerpac hydraulic gantries, strand jacks (280, 400 and 800-ton), a 500-ton power slide, 400-ton low height skidding systems, six-line in-plant transporters (SPMTs), 60-ton elevating platforms, 40-ton load manipulators, and 200-ton cube jacks. Rentals are available throughout the United States, Canada, South America and Europe. For pricing and additional information, contact Eddy Kitchen at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1.804.814.4844.
Overcoming the Challenge of a Confined Space
By utilizing a compact counter-weight system, Engineered Rigging’s knuckle boom cranes require a footprint that is a fraction of the size of most cranes. They are ideal for loading, lifting and handling tasks in tight spaces, inside buildings and atop roofs. Despite their compact size, our knuckle boom cranes are powerful, and they can be configured to meet your specific needs. Our rental fleet features 35, 65 and 85-ton knuckle boom cranes.
Knuckle Boom Crane
Meet Mike Beres
For Mike Beres, the newest addition to ER’s growing team, family means everything. His father worked for Enerpac for 34 years, and Mike followed in his footsteps, initially working alongside his dad. Today, Mike has 20 years of experience with hydraulic and heavy lifting technology. His son Ethan introduced Mike to running during COVID-19, and Mike has logged 500 miles since April 1! He also loves to mountain bike with his son Christian and have singing events with his daughter Emma. Mike’s also a veteran, having proudly served our country as a Sergeant in the United States Marine Corps. A little known fact? Mike plays the ukulele!
You can reach Mike at mberes@EngineeredRigging.com or 810.588.7442.