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Empire Crane Sells Terex RT555 to N.Y. Contractor

Mon July 10, 2017 - Northeast Edition
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Empire Crane Company has sold a 2017 Terex RT555 to Keith Grimes Inc. located in Bridgehampton, N.Y.

“This crane upgrade for our company will allow us to take on larger jobs than we have previously with a far greater margin of safety. Our new Terex greatly exceeds the limitations of our old crane when it comes to safety and maneuverability,” David Grimes, vice president, said.

The 2017, 55 ton (50 t) rough terrain crane is equipped with a 110 ft. (33.5 m) full power mechanically synchronized boom and three steering modes. The crane will be used primarily for marine construction, bulkhead, dock and steel sheet pile installation

Keith Grimes Inc. is a full service site development, marine construction and crane service company operating primarily from Montauk to Riverhead on Long Island, N.Y. It has been in business for more than 30 years, which has given it extensive experience working with common site problems, difficult excavations, tight spaces, deep excavation septic systems and all aspects of erosion control and remediation.

For more information on Keith Grimes Inc., visit www.KeithGrimesInc.com.

For more information on Empire Crane, visit www.EmpireCrane.com.Empire Crane Company has sold a 2017 Terex RT555 to Keith Grimes Inc. located in Bridgehampton, N.Y.




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