When utilizing a crane to transport materials into the 20th floor, a lot of pre-planning and communication is needed.
To start, certified riggers and operators are needed.
Next, a discussion is needed on what verbal signals should be used. In this case, 2-way radios were the form of communication.
Lastly, the CRG crew pictured here at the City View site, maintained 100% fall protection inside the staging area where the materials would be lifted to. All materials were successfully transported with no injuries or accidents.
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