NYC Crane & Rigging Services for Glass Installation Projects
It’s impossible to overstate just how much of NYC’s architecture involves glass. Every building has windows, and a significant portion of buildings have curtain walls composed of glass set in aluminum frames. In addition, glass partitions are a popular feature of many NYC corporate and co-working spaces.
Now, glass professionals complete the actual glass installation during construction and remodeling jobs. But, you’ll need a NYC crane and rigging company to elevate glass prior to installation— that’s where L&M Crane & Rigging comes in.
Boom Trucks for Lifting Glass 200+ Feet
While some glass installation jobs obviously require a crane, there are times when a boom truck is the better lifting solution. Our boom trucks can lift over 200 feet— the highest in the industry! We hoist commercial glass installation equipment, such as vacuum suction cup heavy glass lifters, and maneuver them into the proper angle and position required by the job.
Boom trucks are useful for elevating glass walls and other building materials to height on NYC building sites. Our boom truck capacities range from 33-50 tons, with boom lengths that reach 200+ feet. What’s more, some of our boom trucks are even fitted with flatbeds, which allows for easy building material transport.
Keep Your Glass Installation Job on Schedule with an Experienced Crane & Rigging Company
New York City is one of the world’s most challenging construction environments. All equipment used to elevate glass to height must be operated in accordance with DOB regulations—including boom trucks and all-terrain cranes. For jobs that require crane placement over subways, additional permits, engineered drawings, and MTA-approved parking locations are also necessary.
L&M Crane is a full-service crane and rigging company, which means we provide assistance with every aspect of your job. This includes planning and logistics, permitting, and more. We’re available to meet the lifting needs of your glass installation project in New York, New Jersey, Long Island, and all five NYC boroughs.