The American skyline boasts every natural wonder. From mountains and deserts, to prairies and meadows; from rivers and oceans, to snowy peaks and arid mesas, our landscape provides every imaginable setting.
Our human-made skyline may be just as impressive.
So many of our cities are characterized by skyscrapers. These high-rises are impressive. They are homes. They are high-stakes businesses. They are grandmas watching children, hard working people doing their work, and high-rolling business executives making the deal. They are an integral part of the beating heart of the American economy.
These mammoth monuments and work horses of capitalism would have been impossible to build without hoists and cranes. These towers would be impossible to maintain without hoists and cranes.
The essential need to keep up with the health of our proud buildings, stacked parking garages, bays and docks, bridges, and many more vital pieces of infrastructure, means that the necessary work of hoist and crane repair can never be overvalued.
It’s a field of work we might not recognize or think about. It’s a field of work that we would all notice if it went away. They built the past. They will build the future.
Just as hoists and cranes help build and maintain our major structures, they too need taken care. They need kept up to code, with inspections. Sometimes they need repaired or upgraded so they can keep doing their proud work, helping dreamers continue to build American dreams.
Hoists and cranes do extremely specialized work.
Host and cranes require extremely specialized care.
Taking care of this heavy machinery requires highly trained professionals. Twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, something could happen, requiring immediate attention. This work is all about knowing how to do the work and being available when the work needs done.