23 June 2020, 15:15
LTM 1250-5.1 joins fleet of Eagle Builders subsidiary Quickline Crane in Alberta to serve Western Canada
Perfect for taxi crane jobs in the large infrastructure and mid-rise building sector
Canadian construction company Eagle Builders is specializing in the design, engineering, fabrication and building of precast concrete structures. It ́s subsidiary Quickline Crane is serving all the heavy lift requirements for the parent company. As project requirements are getting more complex and higher load capacities are demanded, the company has purchased a Liebherr mobile crane LTM 1250-5.1. The 300 ton (250 metric tonne) crane fully meets the demands of Eagle Builders.
For the new crane addition, Quickine Crane turned to Liebherr because of its brand name and recognition for their quality equipment. As a reason for buying the new Liebherr crane, Craig Haan from Quickline quoted “We looked at the market projection and what we had coming up for projects and decided now was a good time to purchase a larger crane. We looked at many options but ultimately decided that a 300-tonne mobile crane was the right choice. From both a lifting capacity and mobility within seasonal road bans – This crane checked off the requirements.”
The new LTM 1250-5.1 is the largest crane in the Quickline Crane fleet and will be utilized on major Eagle Builders projects.
Eagle Builders have seen tremendous growth over the years. Based in Blackfalds, Alberta the company specializes in the design, engineering, fabrication and building of precast concrete structures. Internationally recognized for their quality, Eagle Builders is the industry trendsetter for fostering innovation and emerging technologies. With a diverse portfolio in both the public and private markets, stakeholders procure Eagle Builders for precast developments that require proper technical expertise, stability and resources ensuring the highest success with lasting value.
As Eagle Builders turns 20, they take pride in the quality of service the company delivers on projects. “We stand behind every project throughout its lifecycle so we expect the same from our suppliers, trades or service companies. Therefore service of equipment is of the utmost importance and not taken lightly” said Craig Haan, Director of Quickline Crane and Eagle Builders. Eagle Builders employees 273 personal with 4 dedicated staff members for Quickline Crane, now operating 2 Liebherr Cranes in its growing fleet.
Source: Liebherr-Werk Ehingen GmbH