To dark for crane pictures, also to busy setting them to take photos. We started at 3am in the morning and finished setting all the Stratego systems by 5am. Here are a few pics. More to follow. These are just from my cell..the others are from a digital cam that I am waiting on.
All done up with harnesses, hard hats, steel toes, and orange vests..everything to keep OSHA and the rest of the on-site inspectors and safety supervisors happy...also 25 million dollars, minimum liability insurance coverage to even step foot on this job-site. It was a bit hectic to keep up with all the questions, forms, and getting the final Okay to start lifting. Not to mention all the crap and insurance coverage our poor crane guy had to come up with!
We are the only non-union contractor for this and the other jobs for this company. We have the easy job of just supplying the equipment and initial start-ups. The big boys are in-charge of electrical connections, all the duct work, gas connections, and balancing.
I just walked into the front offices one day and asked to have an opportunity to submit a bid. Here we are a few months later with a contract to supply Stratego systems for this and all the future jobs. This is proof that even us small guys during this recession can take the initiative to find good paying work. Miracles do happen...so happy about landing this job that i wanted to share. Whether union, non-union, big company, or a one-man-band, there is plenty of work still out there if you just sell yourself right.
And NO this is not a Walmart...just a large commercial builder who is looking for as many LEED points as possible with all their jobs. If you didn't know the Lennox Strategos was designed originally for Walmarts and was designed with gaining as many LEED points one can get with a RTU unit. Currently, no other manufacture can come close, but I hope they will try.
Should have filmed my 30 second VetoPac video..but I took a pic of my little bag at work instead.