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Landoll Towing Company Moves Steel Beams for Harvey Bridge

Sometimes a Landoll towing company is needed for construction projects. A bridge that is being constructed in the Harvey, IL area needed two steel beams for its construction. Together these two beams weighed more than 70k lbs. That’s a lot of steel.

Northshore Towing brought in its team with the Landoll. A large crane placed the steel beams on the Landoll in Elburn, IL. Our guy Manuel drove it all the way to Harvey, IL. A crane was waiting at the other end to unload.

Our Landoll Towing Company Trailer Moving The Steal

Our Landoll Towing Company Trailer Moving The Steel

A beam of steal for Landoll Towing Company

A beam of steel for Landoll Towing Company

Details of Landoll Towing Company Moving Steel Beam

A call came into our dispatch for a Landoll towing company dispatcher. The call described two, steel beams over 40 feet long that needed to be moved from Elburn, IL to Harvey, IL. A bridge construction project was going on. The landoll towing company sent out its trailer and driver. Tehy drove from Evanston, IL to to Elburn for the pickup. As a landoll towing company operator, our driver carefull backed in close to the steel beams. A nearby crane was ready to go. The crane operator lifted the steel beams up off the ground. The crane then lowered the steel beam down one foot. The crane lowered the steel beam another two feet. Finally, the steel beam touched the landoll trailer. Slowly, the crane operator lowered the steel beam all the way down onto the trailer. Our landoll towing company operator then jumped onto the trailer to fasten. He walked to the back of the trailer and fastened the beam. He then walked to the front of the trailer and fastened the beam. Next, the crane moved over to the second beam. The crane operator lowered the hooks. A team of helpers attached the beam on the front. They also attached the beam on the other side. The crane operator then lifted the beam up into the air. The crane operator lifted the steel beam above the landoll trailer. The crane operator aligned the steel beam so it would be placed perfectly on the landoll trailer. He then lowered the steel beam onto the landoll trailer. Next, the Landoll towing company operator jumped onto the trailer to fasten everything down. first , he secured the back portion of the second beam. He then walked to the front of the trailer to secure the other side of the beam. The Landoll towing company operator secured the front of the second beam. He then got into the cab of the Landoll trailer. He pulled out of the yard and began the one hour drive to Harvey. When he arrived in Harvey another crane was waiting to remove the steel beams. The second crane operator lowered the crane hooks onto the first steel beam. The landoll towing company operator attached the hooks to the first steel beam. This beam was then lifted and placed on the ground. The second steal beam was moved similar to the first.

 

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