Great video, glad Kegley finally got down there and got us up to date. Unbelievable about the cranes. 25-30 in the country and we have 4 of them. 8 hours to assemble, 400,000 pounds of counter weight (counting the cab part).... flown in from Germany. 338 feet tall at full extension... weight is 330 tons (660,000 pounds) and can lift 20,000 pounds at when it's extended at 45 degree angle, obviously the higher they extend the less it can lift
Was nice to see the work area from the ground. Glad they panned around a bit at the end. Good job Scott. Will be cool in a few months when they have the double shifts and there should be enough light to see hopefully see the night crew work. They must be bringing a lot of huge flood lights in.
[ Edited by Gore_21 on Jul 29, 2012 at 4:18 PM ]