Bigge Hands Off Two New T340-1XL Cranes
Jul 22 2015
Bigge Crane & Rigging Co. recently handed off the first of two new Terex T340-1XL cranes to OHL USA, Inc. in Southern California (Mike Rice with Tony Tipton of OHL pictured below).
OHL USA, Inc. is a general contractor specializing in large, complex, heavy civil infrastructure projects.
Current projects include freeway widening, grade separations, and paving projects, such as SR 91/55 freeway widening in Anaheim, and Union/Patsaouras Plaza Busway Station in downtown Los Angeles.
OHL USA plans to use the new Terex cranes on all of their bridge projects, including their latest project awards: I-40 Essex Project involving the replacement of six bridges in San Bernardino County, and seismic retrofit and reconstruction of the historic LaLoma Road Bridge in Pasadena.
OHL USA, a global leader in construction with extensive experience delivering projects in alternative delivery methods, including Design-Build and Public-Private-Partnerships, will take delivery of the second T340-1XL in August.
Bigge congratulates OHL on these projects, and their purchase of the T340-1XLs.
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