“No roof access” is not in our vocabulary.
The Aircrane is uniquely designed to aid in delivery and installation of heavy-weight ventilation and air conditioning units onto hard-to-reach roof tops, and we’re particularly adept at installing commercial HVAC units atop city high rises. The precision capabilities of the Aircrane, combined with the skill and experience of our pilots and crew, has led to the placement of more than 40,000 HVAC units onto skyscrapers, automobile plants, and aviation hangars across North America and Europe.
Erickson has been extremely successful in the HVAC aerial heavy-lift arena. It is not uncommon on properly planned jobs for our crews to place more than 100 rooftop units in one day.
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Erickson’s more unique short-term projects include removing and reinstalling the Statue of Freedom on top of the United States Capitol dome, rescuing an endangered rhino from the jungles of Borneo, moving snow to the Vancouver, B.C. Olympic grounds, and performing the Sierra Nevada Corporation’s Dream Chaser program’s first captive carry and test release flight. No matter the kind of heavy-lift task needed, Erickson can design a comprehensive plan to get the job done safely and quickly, while minimizing operating cost.