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Imperial Partners with Mt. Prospect for their Millennium Celebration

By admin_imperial - June 17, 2020

Portfolio Request A Quote View As Pdf Imperial Crane partnered with the Village of Mt. Prospect to hoist two signs on their water tower to announce their centennial anniversary (1917-2017). Mt. Prospect began as a farm community and now has over 60,000 residents. Imperial was able to setup the crane in the existing parking lot…

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Imperial Crane featured in the August issue of ACT magazine for their lift plan expertise

By admin_imperial - June 17, 2020

Portfolio Request A Quote View As Pdf General contractors, the Army Corps of Engineers and crane owning companies clearly see the risk mitigation benefits of requiring software-generated lift plans before work is performed. Daily crane users large and small like to see calculated lift plans to have assurance they’re getting a crane that’s neither too…

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Imperial Crane makes the wheel go round at Graue Mill in Oak, Brook IL.

By admin_imperial - June 17, 2020

Portfolio Request A Quote View As Pdf The 164 year old Graue Mill is under construction to make structural improvements. As a part of their renovations, Imperial Crane was called on-site to lift the waterwheel so that repairs can be done underneath the wheel. Imperial Crane is estimated to be back on site in June…

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Imperial Crane Hired to Remove Chicago’s Historic Water Tower

By admin_imperial - June 17, 2020

Portfolio Request A Quote View As Pdf Multiple cranes were on-site during the removal of the historic water tower from the Goldblatt Brothers Department Store building. Imperial removed a 40,000 pound tank that began on a Saturday morning and continued into the night. A replica of this tower is set to be replaced in 2018.…

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Take a “SPIN” with Imperial Crane

By admin_imperial - June 17, 2020

Portfolio Request A Quote View As Pdf Imperial Crane took part in Navy Pier’s Ferris Wheel’s last go around as they were hired to assemble six of the new legs weighing 36,000 pounds each. Navy Pier was shut down for two days while Imperial assembled these during some of the coldest weather conditions and a…

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Safety is a Choice Not a Chance

By admin_imperial - June 17, 2020

Portfolio Request A Quote View As Pdf Imperial Crane is proud to announce that our Experience Modification Rate (EMR) has reached a low of 0.62. This number is almost unheard of in this industry considering the amount of man-hours worked each year. An EMR is an informative and important number to any construction company. It…

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Imperial Crane Featured on Yard Crashers

By admin_imperial - June 17, 2020

Portfolio Request A Quote View As Pdf Plainfield, IL – Imperial Crane will be featured in a Yard Crashers episode this August on HGTV and DIY Network. During the show Ahmed Hassan, host of Yard Crashers, and his team find an unsuspecting shopper at a home improvement store. Once they find their targets, they follow the…

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Imperial Assists in New State of the Art Hydrogen Plant

By admin_imperial - June 17, 2020

Portfolio Request A Quote View As Pdf Lemont, IL – Imperial Crane Services, Inc. coordinates with Linde Gas North America to assemble a plant supplying hydrogen to the adjacent CITGO Refinery. The major components, arriving on site each day, are being lifted by Imperial’s 300-ton Link Belt and five of their new Link Belt RT cranes.…

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It takes Three to Tango

By admin_imperial - April 16, 2020

Portfolio Request A Quote View As Pdf Imperial Crane manned multiple cranes erecting bridge beams for the Lakeshore Drive flyover to Interstate 55 near McCormick Place. The flyovers will bypass two busy intersections improving access to downtown. Tags:

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Imperial Crane on-site at the historic Hotel Baker

By admin_imperial - February 10, 2020

Portfolio Request A Quote View As Pdf At the site of the historic Baker Hotel in St Charles IL, Imperial Crane was hired to assist with removing the existing flagpole assembly which was actually a cell tower disguised to look like a flagpole. To maintain the building’s landmark status with the National Register of Historic Places,…

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