Project Dates: 03/2011 – 04/2011
A customer contracted Barnhart to remove six old heater recovery steam generators (HRSG’s) and replace them with new modules. However, the team used the same tilting frame for both the removal and replacement, making the project rather difficult because the older, smaller HRSG’s did not completely fit the Nooter/BCR tilting frame. Continue reading
Project Dates: 06/2010 – 10/2010
Under strict quality control standards issued by the Department of Energy (D.O.E.), the Barnhart crew set up to move ten 270-ton power plant condensers through a very tight space to a demolition site. Naturally, the job also called for special attention to safety. Continue reading
Location: South Carolina
Project Dates: 02/2010
A customer’s faulty crane and tight quarters hindered the progress of the crew as they strove to finish a project, in which the customer hired Barnhart to remove and replace rotors and feedwater heaters at a nuclear power facility. Continue reading
Project Dates: 12/2010
Freezing temperatures in the Midwest thwarted Barnhart’s work yet again when performing a 35,000-pound crane load test. Upon opening the track way doors of the plant, the extreme cold weather threatened to freeze the equipment. Continue reading
Our comprehensive commitment to safety sets us apart from our competitors. To Barnhart Crane & Rigging, safety is not only one of our core values but also a mindset, and as a result, our commitment to safety starts with hiring the right people, thorough training, and then inevitably extends throughout all the work the company performs.
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