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    Key points when renting crane for your project

    Below I will try to summarize the important points to consider when you are renting crane for your project. Of course it depends greatly on which equipment you are using, but still there are points that should apply to most situations:

    -state the type, boomlength
    -state the required certifications on your job. OSHA certification is a given
    -don't forget that you will need to provide a level surface for your crane and before that you need to make sure that the ground is stable enough for the weight of that equipment, where the crane will sit on. You should por that level pad when the soil is dry, if it is a cohesive soil such as clay otherwise unwanted settlement may occur later.
    -your crane company should include all mobilizing and demobilizing on the site
    -your crane company is to have all the permits required during mobilization demobilization or transportation. Sometimes if you are in a tight location, the crane company may need to close the traffic temporarily on an adjacent street for instance when erecting or dismantling their crane. Make sure you are on top of this and you know what is going to happen when and also coordinate not only with the city officials but with other trades as well. This may affect a lot of things for your construction activites during that time period such as access of everyone else
    -make sure you clarify show up time, meal periods, overtime holidays etc... remember cranes are veery costly and you must make sure about who is going to bear what costs.
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    richard william
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    Can you tell me if mobile cranes are equally effective than normal cranes they have the same lifting capacity so I think they should work just fine

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    Depending on the project, a crane could be a good alternative. Excavators can also have the ability to lift or lower things. This will depend on the height or depth of the project, but I would be interested in learning about the different types of applications of cranes.
    Last edited by ketanco; 04-11-2012 at 02:50 PM.

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    in most cases you will depend on the historical cost data of your company on these things. what crane of what company used where and how much it cost etc...

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    crane stability

    In my opinion, on the basis of weight loaded mobile crane stability increases or decreases; on the contrary normal crane stability is related to the pedestal base and the kingpost. Therefore, as constructhut said above, it depends on the project that you have planned.

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    all good points. yes all of these factors should be considered when renting crane.
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    can you make a post about why are we seeing so many crane collapses around these days? ai am sure it will be interesting and we can promote it to an article. you can include your company's signature too
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