Phoenix was hired by Norsteel Buildings Ltd. to install an 80’ Gantry crane in their new building (Varsteel) in Delta. Using the 160 Ton, it was lifted off the truck, 35’ up and installed inside the warehouse. With the low headroom inside the warehouse, the jib attachment was required.
Phoenix was contracted by Kingston Constructors to assist in the expansion of the Mission Bridge. Using two Knuckle Booms in a tandem lift, our operators lifted and lowered pre-stressed concrete beams into place. The crane work was done with a low overhead due to power lines.
Phoenix was contract by Ponte Bros Contracting Ltd. to lower concrete vaults into place. Using our 80 Ton and 160 Ton cranes in a tandem lift, the operators maneuvered on a busy downtown street, between buildings and under power lines, to lower the vaults below the ground.
Located in the heart of Whistler Village, next to the Whistler Blackcomb gondolas, is the Sundial Boutique Hotel, the location of a recent job done by Phoenix. Phoenix was contracted by Starline Windows to lift the windows into place. Using a 60 Ton Knuckle Boom crane, our operator hoisted the...
Phoenix was hired by the City of Surrey to help with the upgrade of their maintenance yard. Using our 160 Ton Copma Crane, alongside a Tractor Trailer, our operators lifted and transported a 26,000 lbs concrete water chamber.
The Opsal Steel building, one of Vancouver’s heritage landmarks, is in the process of being restored and transformed into a live work space. Located at Quebec St. and East 2nd Avenue, the Opsal Steel heritage site was originally the Columbia Block and Tool Company, built in 1918. Soon the building...
Using his 14 Ton Hiab, one of Phoenix’s operators was hired to transport a new gondola from YVR to Shannon Falls in Squamish. Check out the view from the top!
Now accepting applications for a ticketed 45 Ton and up, Mobile Crane Operator. Please forward your resume to Chris Henry:email@example.com 604.619.8496.
A stunt person suspended by one of our cranes. Just one example of work we’ve done within the film industry.
Our 60 Ton Rear Mount Hiab was used to install the flybridge on a new yacht. The crane was required to reach 30’ up, in order to place the flybridge. The brand new, 1.6 million dollar, 55’ long yacht was recently brought to the Reed Point Marina in Port Moody...