Project Dates: 02/11
A customer contracted Barnhart to remove and replace three nuclear feedwater heaters in extremely frigid weather, as the temperatures on the day steeped to -22°, and the wind chill measured in at -44°. Continue reading
Market: Heavy Civil
Project Dates: 09/22/04 – 10/07/04
A truck carrying an excavator met a low bridge and created a traffic nightmare on a Florida interstate.
The Barnhart crew shored-up the bridge with a gantry system while removing the damaged section. Continue reading
Project Dates: 06/2008 – 11/2008
Barnhart was tasked to move and replace massive boiler headers through a confined space at a coal-fired power plant. Continue reading
Project Dates: 10/05/2008 – 10/30/2008
A confined plant setting restricted an easy move and replacement of a nuclear feedwater heater.
Barnhart’s innovative engineering, matched with air skates, allowed the team to easily navigate the congested site. Continue reading
Just a few weeks ago, Barnhart Crane & Rigging Company assisted the Washington Department of Energy in hauling two historic locomotives. This story ran in the Tri-City Herald: Continue reading
Location: New Jersey
Project Dates: 04/2009 – 11/2009
A customer contracted Barnhart Crane & Rigging Company to replace a nuclear feed water heater. Moving the four tube bundles around the feed water heater deck proved difficult, because the opening through which the team wished to remove the bundles extended 20 feet above the ground. Continue reading
On May 2, 2011, the Specialized Carriers and Rigging Association (SC&RA) announced the winners for the Rigging Job of the Year Contest. Among those winners, Barnhart Crane & Rigging Company earned the top spot for jobs under $150,000, in addition to jobs between $150,000 — $750,000.
May Issue of American Cranes & Transport. Click to obtain the May issue. (From the KHL Group Website)
Not only did Barnhart excel in the SC&RA’s rigging category, but they also won the Best Hauling Job of the Year for hauling jobs greater than 160,000 pounds. American Crane & Transport magazine will publish the official results for this year’s contests in its May 2011 issue. Continue reading
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Tagged Cantilever Beam System, Coffer Dam, Crab-Steering, Dog-Bone Link, Hanging Suspension System, Heavy Hauling, Heavy Rigging, Rocker-Design, SC&RA, Synchronized Jack System, Tri-Block
Market: Nuclear Power
A customer contracted Barnhart Crane & Rigging Co. to transport a main power transformer over twenty-seven miles of road. Overpasses and creeks made the transport very difficult as overhead obstructions and water forced the team to reconsider the route. Continue reading