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Mountain Crane - Reach Higher

Mascot Bowl


Mountain Crane is having a photo contest, open now through April 30. We encourage customers (and employees!) to send in pictures of our cranes on your projects. There will be 3 winners chosen who will each win a $250 VISA gift card. The winners will be announced in the May newsletter.

We invite as many as are interested to participate and look forward to your entries!


• Include any job specifics you may have

• Both current and previous jobs will be considered

• You are welcome to submit multiple entries (no limit!)

• Submit photos to

• By submitting photos, you agree to let Mountain Crane use these images in future marketing materials.

MHT Minute




Working closely with the construction industry, we get to see some pretty cool job sites. There’s just something about heavy iron and the smell of diesel exhaust that gets your heart pumping! Send us a photo of your favorite job site and in addition to being entered into the Photo Contest, we’ll pick a winner to receive an MHT hat and some hardhat stickers.


Helping Build Hale Center Theatre

Back in Utah we are proud to be involved with this great project and local favorite: Hale Center Theatre! The new $56 million dollar theatre will be moving from West Valley to it’s new location in Sandy to be completed in early 2017.

The erection of the Peiner SK575 Tower is a joint venture with Bigge Crane and Layon Construction as the General Contractor. The assist crane (GMK7550) has main boom of 163.4’ and 121.4’ luffer. The Mountain Crane/Bigge partnership did an excellent job getting the crane erected safely & on schedule.

Special thanks to our new Tower Erection team lead “Soup” for a job well done.

Lifting a 190,000 lb Compressor

This project was a perfect collaboration
of our crane crew & heavy haul division.
This 190,000 lb compressor is 22’ wide
and was transported in on our 6 lines of
Goldhofer THP and pulled by our OshKosh
M1070 military tugger. It was then
picked up and placed by two of our 350
ton cranes.
We love our crew and those
Wyoming Cowboys!

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