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We’re sending you and your family to a Real Salt Lake Game!

Join Real Salt Lake in an upcoming home game at Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy, Utah. We’re giving away a family 4-pack to enjoy an action packed soccer game!




MHT has a riddle for you!

What is 20’ tall, 36’ wide, and slides carefully under pipe racks and between gates with just a few inches of clearance?

The answer: two large drums that MHT transported recently! MHT’s skilled operators carefully maneuvered this huge load through some tight spots at a Utah industrial site. Thanks to MHT’s skilled professionals who get the job done!

Mountain Crane goes to Kemmerer!

Mountain Crane Service is hard at work at Exxon Mobil just outside Kemmerer, Wyoming.

Mountain Crane recently sent over 70 employees and 16 cranes to Shute Creek, Wyoming for a large shutdown with ExxonMobil. This project requires multiple skilled operators, experienced supervisors, and safety management in order to perform the necessary maintenance and repair work.

As part of the opening day festivities, Mountain Crane brought out the mini crane. This fully functioning miniature crane is made entirely out of wood, and can lift up to 20 pounds. It was a fun day, and everyone enjoyed the chance to play with this unique toy.

We are proud of our team for all their hard work and dedication to this job! 

Building a Bigger Scoreboard

Mountain Crane recently had the opportunity to work with Bumgarner Construction on the new University of Utah scoreboard in Salt Lake City, Utah. The new $13.5 million board is 122 feet wide, 64 feet tall, and has 2.6 million pixels, making it one of the bigger boards in the country. It’s an LED board, not only improving video quality, but allowing for better graphics, images, advertising, and detailed shots.

Mountain Crane had two cranes on site, a Terex 55t RT and a Grove TMS9000E. It was a fun job, and Mountain Crane was thrilled to be a part of such a unique project. GO UTES!


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