Rigging & Crane Project Management

Whatever the project you have planned, large or small, be assured that O.B. Hill’s Project Management skills are second to none.

We can handle all aspects of the project from start to finish, beginning with site visitation at which time our skilled rigging project manager will assess site conditions and a methodology for the best means of offloading, rigging in and rigging out equipment, and ultimately final placing your equipment in a damage free and cost effective operation.

To meet your site safety, legal, and insurance standards we can provide any required operational permitting, police details, job hazard analysis, and certified hoist plans for projects involving crane operations.

Our skilled rigging project manager will assist you in the planning and scheduling of your equipment installation. Should your site not be ready for the equipment installation at the time of the scheduled site delivery by your supplier or manufacturer, we can offer consignment of your equipment delivery to our Natick or Boston warehouses. There, qualified personnel with state of the art tools and handling equipment will offload your goods, inspect for any sign of damage that might possibly have taken place during transport, and will followup with a report to notify you of the equipment’s arrival to our warehouse facility, along with a statement of its physical condition.

Once your equipment has been received and its condition approved our skilled crane project manager will coordinate with you on an agreed site delivery date, for which suitable site conditions shall have been specified by our project manager to the site supervisor as safe and conducive for a seamless delivery and installation of your equipment.

We specialize in those difficult moves with solutions that other logistics companies cannot conceive of. Let us take away the stress, allowing you to concentrate on your business.

Call us on 508-653-2071 or email us at info@obhill.com

Skilled crane and rigging project managers in Boston, Massachusetts and New England.