Projects

  • Phoenix 2020 Visual Year-In-Review

    2020, what a year! While navigating our way through this ‘new normal’, Phoenix, as an essential service, kept going and supporting those who needed us the most. It’s been a year where life unraveled before our eyes so we thought we’d take you down memory lane with some visuals of...

  • Positive News During a Year of Uncertainty

    Over the years, Phoenix Truck & Crane has focused our philanthropic giving locally to the Tri Cities as much as possible; though when presented with a few areas of need from the Royal Columbian Hospital Foundation, we learned that hospital services many specific needs for our local residents, especially our...

  • Halloween can still be a positive experience!

    Halloween is finally here! If you’re heading out this year, it’ll require some extra care to ensure the safety of you and those around you. Here are a few tips to safely enjoy your night. If you’re dressing up, try to incorporate a mask into your costume. If you’re handing...

  • WHEN A LOCAL ARTIST, COMMUNITY, CITY AND DEVELOPER COME TOGETHER

    They say that art is like magic, as an art piece can turn a place magical – and we would have to agree 😉 This past summer, we were thrilled to be involved with another art installation. This job took place at ‘The Victoria’, a new development by Strand in...

  • NEW CRANE EXPANDS OUR OFFERING

    Today we’d like to highlight the newest addition to the Phoenix fleet, the 92 Ton Palfinger Knuckle Boom. We’re excited to welcome this one of a kind crane, its owner and its operator to the team, and can’t wait for you to see it working at its full potential. With...

  • NOW HIRING – Technical Crane Sales Representative, Junior Position

        Scope The purpose of this position is to represent and sell the Phoenix Truck & Crane fleet, specifically the cranes. This role is responsible for maintaining current customers and assessing their crane needs by performing daily job site visits, as well as prospecting potential new customers. This position...

  • Driver Appreciation Week Takes On A Greater Meaning

    As we continue to recognize our nation’s essential workers, this year’s National Trucking Week, September 6th–12th, takes on a greater meaning for us and we couldn’t be more proud of recent industry nominations our drivers have received. SafetyDriven - a not-for-profit Health and Safety Association for General Trucking companies - is celebrating the trucking industry by showcasing drivers who...

  • “Window” Of Opportunity to Work Together

    So many homes, high rises, office spaces are made up of glass, it allows light to filter in while protecting the interior from the elements – on top of just looking outstanding from the outside.  Unfortunately, glass can also be fragile. Moisture, cracks, and years of wear and tear can...

  • Have we ever told you about our “steady” trucks?

    The term steady is used to describe a vehicle that works for the same customer daily. Some of our steady trucks have worked for the same customer for years. In this video, you will see driver #1138 Tony, with his tandem axel 28’ long flat deck. Tony has been with...

  • When Reading At The Library Wasn’t An Option For Us

    Dealing with public art is always very interesting work for our team. While usually we handle the install of these pieces, such as the giant panda bears at the Parq Vancouver Casino or the Spinning Chandelier under the Granville Street Bridge, last month we were hired to handle the removal...