Maeda USA's entire line of Maeda mini cranes will now be available for sale in Ohio, Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, Minnesota and Ontario Province, Canada, through its partnership with ALL Erection & Crane Rental.
Based in Independence, Ohio, ALL Erection & Crane Rental started small in 1964 with just one crane and grew to large family-owned corporation with 1,500 employees and 37 locations in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana, Michigan, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, West Virginia, Wisconsin and throughout Canada.
Maeda USA and Maeda is preparing to make a big splash at CONEXPO 2017, March 7- 11 in Las Vegas, with the introduction of its newest Mini-Crawler Crane. At its exhibit in Gold Lot # G-4017, Maeda will introduce the new CC1485, the only small Telescopic Boom Crawler Crane marketed in North America.
Custom steel fabricator and erector, Unlimited Welding Inc. purchased a new MC305CRME-2 mini-crane for the hoisting and installation of large stairwell sections in the new Orlando City Soccer Stadium currently under construction. They also will utilize it for other specialty steel structures and railings.
A new luxury hotel is coming to downtown Houston. Located next door to George R. Brown Convention Center, the $370 million Marriott Marquis Hotel will have 1,000 guest rooms, more than 104,00 sq. ft. (9,662 sq m) of meeting space, Houston's largest ballroom, an infinity pool and a rooftop lazy river — shaped like the state of Texas.
A Maeda MC285 was utilized by a glass and curtain wall company to hoist and install unitized glass curtain wall panels on the exterior of AMEGY Bank's new Houston headquarters. The contractor was able to use conventional equipment to install unitized curtain glass panels in most areas of the 25 story building and parking garage structure, however, panels on the facade of the parking garage structure were larger and heavier than could be handled safely with their smaller capacity equipment.
Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta, GA is North America’s largest at over 600,000 square feet. Despite its massive size, a recent remodel of the facility to include a new display benefited greatly from a Maeda Mini-Crane. Limited access required general contractor Brasfield & Gorrie with headquarters in Birmingham, AL, to devise a way to remove large structural components in order to build out a new sea lion display.
A Maeda mini-crane came to the rescue of a structure that was beyond the reach of a tower crane. On this addition to the St. David’s Medical Facility in Austin, Texas, the tower crane couldn’t reach the farthest corner of the structure. It could however, hoist a Maeda MC 285 mini-crane to the roof and stage the steel beams.