STG Statement of Qualifications May 2014 - Page 22

22 STGINCORPOR ATED.COM SERVICES • Heavy lift consultation • Heavy lifting, setting, and relocating • Certified crane operators and riggers • Lifting capacity from 28 ton boom truck to 600 ton crawler crane PROJECT SPOTLIGHT Colville Delta (CD-5) Bridge Project In winter 2013, STG sent several cranes and pieces of pile driving equipment to Alaska’s North Slope to assist in the construction of a bridge through the Colville Delta (CD-5). In all, STG deployed five cranes, two vibratory hammers, and one impact hammer to ConocoPhillips’ general contractor. Before the cranes and pile driving equipment were sent up north, STG ensured that all machinery was properly weatherized to withstand the arctic conditions. This meant removing and upgrading all hoses and fluids to meet a temperature rating of -70 degrees Fahrenheit. Hydraulics, engines, oil tanks, radiators, and crane cabs were all retrofitted with some combination of heater coils, heater pads, circulating pumps, or blankets to help maintain operation in the arctic temperatures. Boom lights were also added to each crane for improved visibility. Top: Weatherized Kobelco CK1600 | North Slope 2014 Bottom: Weatherized cranes | North Slope 2014