We manage a fleet of Crawler, Mobile and Tower Cranes as well as a number of hoists, mast climbers and access equipment. We have a dedicated team of management and engineering professionals and a crew of trained crane riggers and technicians.
Our capability is based around the following key points:
- Proven safety performance including collaborative work with
Clients in the development of project specific solutions
- Access to a global fleet of over 500 cranes
- Modern, electric, European-built tower cranes approved to
Australian Standards with exceptional free-stand capability and proven
- Extensive experience from Australia and overseas in erect,
dismantle and maintenance procedures on multi-crane sites as well as effective
management of crane teams
- Fully engineered solution using in-house design team and a
fully managed erection, dismantle and maintenance service with SWMS’s
incorporating detailed lifting and logistics plans
- Crane rigging crew and technicians are fully product
trained in the Tower Cranes and large Crawler Cranes within the fleet.
to Australian Standards who undergo regular medicals with their training
monitored by a training matrix
- Competitive rates due to economies of scale, efficiency and
- Offer a total lifting solution : tower cranes, mobiles,
crawlers and hoists as well as ancillaries and general plant if required
We manage the fleet from our Depot in Stapylton outside of
Brisbane but our coverage is National, from Darwin to Adelaide, Sydney to
Wheatstone in WA.
Our impeccable safety standards and experience in a diverse
range of environments stand us aside from other crane suppliers. We have worked
in numerous facets of both the mining and construction industries, including
oil & gas, resources, and general building to name but a few.
As such we are ready and experienced to review your project
requirements with you and provide you with guidance around your whole project
IMPORTANT CHANGES TO LIFTING STANDARDS: During the Fatal Severe Risk+ campaign the Laing O'Rourke
Safety Board reviewed the use of soft slings – Primary Standard 3: Cranes and Lifting – and identified an
opportunity to improve our critical controls to manage this risk. From this
review soft slings are not to be used on any work site where Laing O’Rourke
operates after the 31st October 2017.