Pinnacle Cranes Delivers Lunch to Lane Construction

Pinnacle wanted to show the Lane employees how much they are appreciated by providing them with a homemade cookout lunch.

Mon November 25, 2013 - National Edition
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(L-R): Patrick Leatherwood, Ray Mullis and Mark Baker, all of Pinnacle Cranes, cook the burgers and hot dogs.
(L-R): Patrick Leatherwood, Ray Mullis and Mark Baker, all of Pinnacle Cranes, cook the burgers and hot dogs.
(L-R): Patrick Leatherwood, Ray Mullis and Mark Baker, all of Pinnacle Cranes, cook the burgers and hot dogs. Jenny Pratt (L) and Johnnie Alexander, both of Pinnacle Cranes, help keep the trays of food fully stocked for the crew from Lane Construction. Jim Mackinson (L) and Ryan Lowder, project engineer of Lane Construction, both at the I-85 section job site, are ready to eat. More than 75 hard-working Lane Construction Corporation crew members enjoy the lunch prepared by Pinnacle Cranes. Emilio Valentin (L), senior structure superintendent of Lane Construction Corporation, and Patrick Leatherwood of Pinnacle Cranes talk about the project. Matt Miltner (L), job engineer of Lane Construction Corporation, talks with Jim Mackinson about the new service truck.

On Oct. 25 Pinnacle Cranes prepared a hearty lunch on the job site for Lane Construction Corporation.

Pinnacle Canes has enjoyed a long history of servicing Lane Construction, who is an active user of Link-Belt crawler, hydraulic and rough terrain cranes.

Pinnacle wanted to show the Lane employees how much they are appreciated by providing them with a homemade cookout lunch.

“It’s the least we could do and we hope to continue our great relationship with Lane as we rebuild the Carolina infrastructure,” said Jim Mackinson of Pinnacle Cranes.




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