Maxim Crane Works

In one of Liebherr's first handovers at ConExpo 2020, Maxim Crane Works took delivery of a Liebherr LTM 1650-8.1 mobile crane during the first day of North America's construction machinery trade show. Maxim Crane Works specializes in the rental and sale of lift equipment including hydraulic truck cranes, rough terrain cranes, crawler cranes, tower cranes, conventional truck cranes and boom trucks.

Virtually all construction projects require the lifting, hauling or transportation of heavy materials — which is why cranes play a gigantic role in the development of your project. Deciding which crane is right for your objectives can be an overwhelming task, as the range of options available is limitless.

Crane inspections are required before each shift, monthly and annually. Daily crane inspections, a basic "kick-the-tires walk-around," can be conducted by the crane operator while comprehensive annual inspections are conducted by a third-party crane inspection and certification service or a qualified person.

Maxim Crane Works, L.P. ("Maxim") and B&G Crane Service, LLC ("B&G Crane") have jointly announced that the companies have entered into an agreement pursuant to which Maxim will acquire B&G Crane, an indirect wholly-owned subsidiary of NCSG.

Against a backdrop of overlapping cranes, construction teams in Texas are working to complete Globe Life Field, the new home of the Texas Rangers. Scheduled to open in 2020, the $1.2 billion stadium represents a partnership between the club and the city of Arlington.

In September, Crane Industry Services LLC (CIS) held an open house for its new 8,892-sq. ft. Centered on Safety Training Center, located in Carrollton, Ga. Representatives from Maxim Crane Works, a CIS customer, assisted with cutting the ribbon on the new facility.

Maxim Crane Works has purchased 19 new cranes that come from the Grove rough-terrain and truck-mounted ranges, as well as the National Crane boom truck line. The Wilder, Ky.-based company has long been a Manitowoc customer and relies on the manufacturer's cranes for a variety of applications, particularly for large construction and petrochemical applications.

As part of the Cleveland Urban Core Projects, the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) has what it calls the Cleveland Innerbelt Modernization Plan. One of the initiatives in the work is the widening and reconstruction of the I-77 bridge over I-490 and the improvement of I-77 south of I-490 — a $25.6 million contract that was awarded to The Ruhlin Company.