Fenton Projects

Rigging Projects

  • US Bank Tower Chiller Helicopter Lift

    City permits. Street closings. Police blocks. Fenton's US Bank Tower Chiller Helicopter Lift was a veritable action film, and we were asked to seamlessly manage the logistics.

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  • Cupola Removal

    St. Benedict Catholic Church was tragically hit by a fire that destroyed the cupola on top of the 85’ bell tower. Fenton was hired to rig the Cupola down and transport it to be refurbished.

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  • Western Hills Viaduct Pipe Removal

    It takes a village to remove 1, 560 feet of 30-inch steel pipe. Contracted by Duke Energy, Fenton was charged with the task of removing the pipe from the utility trough on the second level of the Western Hills Viaduct.

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  • Black Bar Project

    Time is always of essence in our line of work. Fenton was contracted by one of the world’s largest stainless steel producers to complete an upgrade in its Long Products facility during an 18-hour outage. The project was to remove 139,000-pound Straightiner Housing from an existing line and relocate it to a new line in an adjacent building.

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  • Rotary Car Dumper

    Many of Fenton's customers are the leaders in their industry and our job is to make sure their operations are running at top speed and they stay at the top of their game. Fenton was contracted by Norfolk Southern to complete a major upgrade to its Lamberts Point export coal facility in Norfolk, Virginia. The project was crucial in maintaining their facility as the largest and fastest coal transload facility in the Northern Hemisphere.

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  • 250 Ton Minster Press Installation

    Throughout our history, Fenton has been contracted to move some of the world's heaviest objects. This includes the 250-ton Minster Press contracted by the Siemens Industry.

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