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Planning Out Your Construction Rentals and Logistics with the Professionals

If you’re in the construction industry, you can rely on Thackray Crane Rental, Inc. for far more than the industry’s sturdiest, and most powerful hydraulic cranes, boom trucks, tractors, and lulls.

At our family-owned company, we’re more than cranes and boom truck rentals in Philadelphia. We’re your industry leaders in logistics, warehouse storage, fabrication—any service you could want from us. It’s our extensive fleet of vehicles, tools, equipment, and skilled drivers that make us the ideal friend on your construction site or workplace.

Thackray Crane Rental, Inc. and Drivers

Though you may not think about it much, you definitely can’t underestimate the skill required to drive, maintain, and operate a heavy duty tractor, rig, or industrial crane. When you partner with us, you gain access our trained crews—capable of moving and erecting virtually everything they see.

Down to the size of their shackles, lifting beams, and synthetic slings, we can tailor our vehicles to meet your industry needs. Our array of cranes and boom trucks come fully stocked with every range and type of material handler. We’ll match the rig, and the driver to the work that you need done, utilizing all the resources and the personnel of our loyal NJ, and PA trucking company.

Logistical Coordination and Assistance

Because of our familiarity and experience with heavy duty vehicles and equipment, we can take care of transportation and logistics, all the way from our Philly headquarters, and warehouses to you and your contractors. Piloting our vehicles, savvy Thackray drivers navigate the tightest and most challenging of construction sites with ease and confidence.

Don’t worry about all the routing, bridge crossings, and road permits. Our Thackray experts see that bridges and overpasses do not affect our transportation of vehicles and equipment. Thanks to our knowledge of the Pennsylvania and New Jersey regions, we plan with obstacles in mind, arriving to you precisely when you need us.

Safe and Secure Industry-Grade Storage

Should your construction be paused or extended into the coldest months of the fall and winter, our warehouses are always at your service—securely storing your construction materials, and machines.

Our industrial-grade outdoor storage units can fit everything from reactors, HVAC chillers, glass, steel beams, and specialized medical equipment. Surveilled, and insulated, our warehouses can preserve, and protects your construction projects, all at an affordable rate.

To learn more about any of our services, please don’t hesitate to contact us today!

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Why You Should Keep Materials Inside a Climate-Controlled Storage

If you, your company, and contractors have worked on a long-term construction project, you know how problematic storing and accessing your building materials and equipment can be. Luckily for you, Thackray Crane Rental, Inc. is much more than crane and equipment rental company. Overseeing New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware, we bring you everything you need to successfully and smoothly complete your work both on and off-site.

Guarding and Storing Your Materials

Given how essential and expensive construction materials and equipment tend to be, it’s imperative that you know where and how they’re being stored. Here at Thackray Crane Rental, Inc., we keep our customers’ project materials in state-of-the-art, climate-controlled warehouses and storage yards. We understand that you cannot take chances; so, we ensure that everything you need is always available to you 24/7 and protected by a security team and surveillance system. Whenever you need to unload and acquire your belongings, we open our facility to you and even assist with the logistics.

The Highest Quality Customer Service

Why keep your rebars, steel beams, and transformers where they could easily be damaged or stolen? We have multiple storage yards and warehouses, strategically located in areas of PA and NJ. Our company is about more than trucking, rigging, and crane rentals—it’s about the quality of the service that we bring to our customers. As we see it, a storage service in 2017-2018 should anticipate all your needs, and we will deliver the highest possible quality service to you, our valued customer.

High Quality Warehouse Storage

When you utilize our storage warehouses, you’re given 24/7, 365 day access to some of the best industrial-grade warehouses available. Because you’re partnering with Thackray Crane Rental, Inc., you can be certain that you’ll always have assistance as you load and unload materials and heavy-duty machinery.

You can cease worrying about your rebars and concrete succumbing to the colds of winter! Inside of our climate-controlled storage units, your materials will be insulated against temperature drops, as well as any corrosive moisture in the air. Once you’re ready to bring it all back on-site, our flatbeds, lowboys, and cranes will be readily available. At Thackray Crane Rental, Inc., we think of it all!

Contact us at 1-844-99-CRANE or visit thackraycrane.com to request a storage quote today!

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The History of Thackray Crane Rental and Lincoln Financial Field

As loyal football fans of the Philadelphia Eagles, we here at Thackray Crane Rental, Inc cannot overstate how truly proud we are to be affiliated with SportsRadio 94WIP, home of the Eagles Radio Network. As loyal Eagles’ fan for decades now, we feel such a strong, personal connection to our hometown team. In honor of our partnership with the Eagles Radio Network, we wanted to revisit our own professional history with the sports team—stretching as far back as 2001, and our involvement in the construction of Lincoln Financial Field.

A Decade of Negotiations

While some Philadelphians call the former U.S. capital, “Philly,” equal proportions of Eagles fans call Lincoln Financial Field, “The Linc.” Regardless, anyone who can remember the old Veterans Stadium will undoubtedly agree that “The Linc” is vastly superior, where football stadiums are concerned. Back in those days, the Veterans Stadium acted as both baseball and football field. It wasn’t until the venerable 1990s that anyone started talking about the possibility of a new stadium. Part of the reasoning for negotiations was the reputation of the Veteran Stadiums itself—ranked as one of the worst venues in the NFL.

The owner of the Philadelphia Eagles, Norman Braman, aspired to commission a stadium worthy of his city and his team. Too frustrated by constraints and a severe lack of financial support, Braman sold the Eagles to Jeffrey Lurie. Over the next six years, Lurie passionately pleaded his case to the state of Philadelphia. In 1999, the state approved funding, realizing the vision. By December of 2000, the deal was struck between the City of Philadelphia and the Eagles, agreeing on the construction of what would be Lincoln Financial Field.

Thackray Crane Rental and the Eagles

Having been in business since the 1947, Thackray Crane Rental Inc. had solidified its status in New Jersey, Philadelphia, Maryland, and Delaware, as the premier crane provider in the region. When the substantial project commenced in 2001 to construct the new 69,000 seat stadium, Thackray Crane Rental was involved in lifting the structural steel used to fabricate the immense building. With our fleet of cranes spread across the Philadelphia, PA, region we were proud to partake in the construction of Lincoln Financial Field.

The rest, as they say, is history.

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A Peek into the Life of a Crane Operator

It goes without saying, but the construction world is enormous—as vast and as mighty as the vehicles, materials, and equipment utilized on a daily basis. Between the boom trucks and crane rentals, cities like Philadelphia are constantly booming with all the hauling and lifting that goes on.

You may be wondering, “What’s it like to operate one of those gigantic all-terrain cranes?”

Wake, Shine, and Lift

Most crane operators rise in the early morning, giving themselves a sizable portion of the day for lifting and transporting. The first challenge of the day is usually the transportation of the crane itself. Thankfully, a bulk of industrial cranes are designed with easy travel in mind. Once they’re safely rolling down the road or highway, operators ensure that they avoid any overheads or bridges that would bar them entry. Sometimes it’s not the height of the crane, but the weight of the machine that can be logistically problematic. It is for this reason that Thackray Crane Rental, Inc. employs start-of-the-art technology, aiding operators remotely.

Safe Habits and Protocols

Upon their arrival at a job site, crane operators will assess what they see and seek out the local contractor or customer. By coordinating with other workers on site, operators ensure that their cranes do not hinder, endanger, or immobilize anyone in their vicinity. Operators become masters of planning and checklists—sometimes devoting over an hour of their day to systematics, electronics, and computers. As the years have passed, safety regulations in construction have steadily increased. Today, in 2017, your average crane operator is likely to boast a number of certifications. Training and certifications often depend on the job site and the project in question. Some of these qualifications include: OHSA, NCCO certification, CDL license, etc.

Keeping Atop the Tech

Technology evolves more rapidly than most of us realize. Crane operators grasp this simple truth in their day-to-day. Advancements in technology have coincided with dramatic rises in mechanical accuracy and operational efficiency. Newer cranes now feature HUDs and tools for easier lifting and rigging. Whether deployed in DE PA, or NJ, operators need to stay familiar with the latest cranes on the market. Thankfully for operators, the more advanced a crane, the more intuitive it’s likely to be.

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Thackray Crane Rental Slated to Host 10th Annual Safety Meeting

Here at Thackray Crane Rental, we do much more than provide high-quality cranes, trucking and transportation, warehouse with climate-controlled storage options, and rigging in DE, PA, and NJ. In fact, we are excited to announce that we are slated to host our 10th Annual Safety Meeting on Wednesday, June 28, at 6 p.m. This year, our event will take place at the Ironworkers Local 401 Hall in Philadelphia, PA.

We are honored to welcome keynote speaker David D. Teater to present “Distracted Driving – A Traffic Safety Epidemic.” Not only is Mr. Teater a corporate consultant from FocusDriven, but he’s also a nationally recognized traffic safety advocate.

Mr. Teater served as CEO for several private companies, including two decades with an automotive supplier. He became a member of the National Safety Council in 2009 when it called for a national ban on cell phone use while driving. Eventually, with his help, the Council was able to reduce fatalities and injuries due to distracted driving.

Mr. Teater’s presentation will cover such topics as:

  • The threat of vehicle crashes and their effects on business and society
  • The science of driving distracted and how mobile device use while driving impairs the driver’s conduct
  • Common misperceptions about cell phone distractions
  • Why cell phone distraction is the most common cause of distraction
  • Why distraction-caused crashes are underreported as the reason
  • Why corporations should prohibit employee cell phone use while driving
  • Public opinion of cell phone driving bans
  • Potential technological solutions

We are inviting all of our employees, as well as their teenage children who just started driving, or will be driving in the near future. At Thackray Crane Rental, we recognize that accidents caused by distracted driving are happening more and more frequently—and yet, these accidents are entirely avoidable. Therefore, our goal is to encourage parents and their children to speak openly and honestly about the subject and hopefully, prevent distracted driving from occurring.

The company will also review the Department of Transportation’s Electronic Logging Device (ELD) Mandate, which was enacted to improve roadway safety overall. An ELD employs technology to strengthen commercial drivers’ compliance with hours-of-service regulations to prevent fatigue so as to prevent accidents and safe lives. Operations Safety Direcor Mark W. Thackray will also share about the overall safety year in review, to keep employees aware of the latest industry standards.

Thackray Crane Rental is proud to serve as the premier provider of cranes in NJ, PA, and DE. To find out more about our services or Mr. Teater’s presentation, please give us a call at 1-844-99-CRANE. To learn more about FocusDriven, please also feel free to call (616) 296-0870.

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3 Reasons Why You Should Outsource Logistics Services for Your Project

Business owners are ambitious. That’s how they got to be where they are. Hard work. Lots and lots of hard work. While working hard is an important aspect of daily business operations, so is working smart. Time is money, and money is what keeps the lights on. Save time, save money and avoid hassles. Get it done right the first time. Get it done promptly, safely, and at an affordable rate.

Logistically, it makes sense to outsource services such as construction to specialists. There’s a reason your accountant isn’t paving the parking lot. We utilize experts in all aspects of our businesses. Building support is no different.

Sounds pretty simple right? That’s because it is. Over the last ~70 years, the team here at Thackray Crane Rental, Inc. has continually refined our craft to provide the most efficient NJ crane rental services in the entire Tri-state area.

Here are three reasons why outsourcing Logistics will prove beneficial for your upcoming construction projects:

1. It’s Safer – Full-service contractors (like us) have our maintenance shop where factory trained mechanics regularly inspect all equipment. Our company maintains AAA-rated insurance coverage to give clients peace of mind for numerous logistic projects. Never assemble a crew of uncertified technicians to operate air cranes or crane lifts. It will likely cost a lot more (headaches + money) in the long-term.

2. It’s Quicker – This is where our experience comes into play. Getting the job done right the first time will pay dividends. Don’t spend your time consulting with ten different companies for ten different jobs. By using a one-stop-shop like Thackray, you will free up hours to get other necessary work done inside the office.

3. It’s Less Expensive – Efficiency is our specialty. Over the last six decades, we have built valuable partnerships and learned the most cost-effective ways to transport your goods. From storage in New Jersey to rigging in Philadelphia, our quality and prices are hard to match. To get a toll-free quote, call 844-992-7263 today.

These are only three of the many reasons why a proven company should handle renovations and projects of all sizes. Our broad selection of services includes crane rentals, warehouses, logistics, trucking, rigging, lull rentals and much more. If you want more information, check out http://thackraycrane.com or email [email protected] anytime!

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When We Say Cranes, We Mean All Kinds of Cranes

When we say we provide cranes for projects of any and every size, we mean it. That’s why we wanted to take a moment and highlight the versatile machinery we have in stock for our full-service crane rentals and construction support services. When you need a crane for your construction or industrial project, you can trust that we have the exact piece of equipment you’re looking for:

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All Terrain Cranes – Mobile cranes with the flexibility to maneuver on public roads as well as on rough terrain at the job site. These vehicles are equipped with all-wheel drive and crab steering, and are designed for lifting up to 1,200 metric tons. Our fleet features cranes from Terex and Grove, and we offer one of the region’s only Liebherr 500-ton All Terrain Hydraulic Truck Cranes, which has a maximum hook height of 425 feet, extendable and retractable counterweight positions and an advanced super-lift system.

Hydraulic Lift Cranes – This piece of heavy-duty equipment uses an internal fluid-filled hydraulic system that allows it to lift heavier loads than smaller cranes. All hydraulic lift cranes have an enclosed operator’s cab on a steel base, and all of the selections in our fleet are mobile, with lift capacities varying from 30 to 80 tons.

Rough Terrain Crane – Mobile cranes that are mounted on an undercarriage with four rubber tires. These vehicles are designed for off-road operations and, as their name suggest, rough terrain applications. In order to level and stabilize the crane for hoisting, outriggers extend vertically and horizontally. In addition, this type of crane features a single engine that powers both the undercarriage and the crane. Whether you need a lift capacity of 14 tons or 90, we have the selection for you.

Crawler Cranes – Mobile cranes that do not require outriggers since they have a set of tracks instead of tires that provide for stability and mobility. These machines are mounted on an undercarriage and can move around a site with little risk of getting stuck in soft ground, but they usually have to be disassembled and transported by trucks, rail cars or ships between locations. Our fleet includes models that have lift capacities ranging from 50 to 440 tons.

Carry Deck Cranes – Smaller mobile machines with 360-degree rotating booms capable of moving smaller loads over short distances in confined spaces. Our selection features manufacturers like Grove, Broderson and Terex and are capable of reaching as high as 67 feet and lifting 8 to 15 tons.

Much, Much More – At Thackray Crane Rental, Inc., we feature equipment of all sizes and types to help you get any job you need done, and done right. Our full line of industrial and construction equipment includes more than just an impressive array of cranes, we can also provide Telescopic Handlers (also known as telescoping forklifts and telehandlers), Boom Trucks, Heavy-Haul Tractor Trailers, Flatbeds and Lowboys, Double Drops, Custom Crane Attachments and Rigging Hardware throughout NJ, PA, DE, MD and the northeast.

To learn more about our short-term and long-term rentals that are available for radio dispatch 24 hours a day, our Thackray certified and experienced operators or our reliable and honest service, check through our website and view our inventory today. Once we’ve impressed you, give us a call or Request a Quote online.

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10 Amazingly Fun Facts about Skyscrapers!

At Thackray Crane Rental, Inc. we are excited about our part in the construction of the highly-anticipated Comcast Innovation and Technology Center in Center City Philadelphia. This 59-story technological marvel is slated to be finished in 2017, and will boast 2 new restaurants, one on the top floor with amazing 360-degree views of Philly, a ground-floor concourse with easy access to SEPTA’s Suburban Station, 45 floors of rentable office space, and the new location of the Four Seasons Philadelphia Hotel, which will have 200+ rooms, event and meeting spaces, a spa and fitness facilities. The state-of-the-art engineering that goes into such a skyscraper got us even more curious about the extra tall buildings we help construct. So, as a result of that curiosity, and late-night Googling, here are the top 10 fun facts we discovered about skyscrapers:

  1. Where did that word come from?? We’ve always given props to the person who came up with the word “skyscraper,” it’s so obvious, yet so perfect. The buildings literally appear to scrape the sky with their spires and can easily inspire awe among admirers, both young and old. But the word has origins in something completely unrelated – ships. “Skyscraper” got its start as the nautical term for a small triangular sail set above the skysail.
  2. Thackray Crane Rental - Eiffel Tower

  3. Proving points at the World’s Fair, more than 125 years ago! While not technically called a skyscraper, the Eiffel Tower was the world’s tallest building in 1889. The tower was built for the World’s Fair to prove that iron could be as strong as stone, even though it is considerably lighter. Bonus Fact: Every seven years, the tower is repainted with 50 tons of dark brown paint.
  4. The one that started it all…The Home Insurance Building, which was demolished in 1931, is still known as “the father of the skyscraper.” Built in 1885 in Chicago, it was 138 feet tall with 10 stories and was the first building to use steel beams and columns for support so that it could have more windows. But the new method wasn’t free of controversy, the city halted the building’s construction to investigate the safety of the structure because so many people worried about its stability.
  5. A lightning rod! The Empire State Building was purposely designed as a lightning rod and, as such, is struck by lightning around 100 times every year! Bonus Facts: The Empire State Building holds records for being the first building to have more than 100 floors and, at only 410 days to build, the fastest construction of a building, when considering its height and the technology available during that time period.
  6. A possible catastrophe kept secret…During the 1970s construction of the Citicorp Center in New York, workers bolted the building’s joints instead of welding them as originally specified. This wasn’t discovered until a year after the building’s completion, when the chief engineer, preparing for the encroaching hurricane season, discovered the change and the bolts’ inability to withstand hurricane-force winds. A team of workers was immediately dispatched to weld two-inch-thick steel plates over the 200 bolted joints. Halfway through the repair process, the city of New York, and the Citicorp Center, experienced a near miss, as Hurricane Ella veered out to sea a mere hours before the city would have had to evacuate. This close catastrophe was kept hidden from the public for nearly 20 years!
  7. A race! In 1929, Walter Chrysler and the Bank of Manhattan Trust Company took part in a race to build the world’s tallest skyscraper. The Chrysler Building won the intense race at the very last moment, when workers raised its spire, which was hidden inside the building, through the roof. Unfortunately, the celebration was cut a little short when, just 4 months later, the Empire State Building claimed the title. But kudos are still deserved for the Chrysler Building: at the height of its construction, floors were being completed at an incredible rate of four per week, without a single fatality!
  8. Thackray Crane Rental - John Hancock Center

  9. Construction marvel or marketing genius? Oh, Chicago – the Windy City. We can only imagine the extra considerations necessary to build a skyscraper that can withstand those winds. As their solution to the issue, engineers for the John Hancock Center included five enormous diagonal braces on the building’s exterior walls that unfortunately block the view from two windows on every floor. That wouldn’t stop a local rental agent though, he marketed those sightless windows as a status symbol and charges a premium to rent the affected rooms!
  10. Oh, the view! On a clear day, visitors to the top of Chicago’s Sears Tower can see four states at once: Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin and Michigan. Impressive, at the very least! But what’s more: to ensure the clearest view possible, the building mounted six robotic window-washing machines to its roof. Now that’s dedication to cleanliness.
  11. And the reward for most original name! Okay, so the Taipei 101, located in Taipei and boasting an incredible 101 stories, isn’t exactly creative in the name department, but it was ranked as the world’s tallest building when it was completed in 2003. It lost that title in 2010, but became the world’s tallest, and largest, green building in 2011, when it was awarded the LEED platinum certification.
  12. Beat that! The Burj Khalifa, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, took the title of world’s tallest building from the Taipei 101 in 2010. At 2,716 feet and 160 stories, it features the fastest elevators in the world, over 20 acres of glass, and is also the world’s tallest manmade structure. Just, Wow.
  13. Thackray Crane Rental - Burj Khalifa

We could go on and on about skyscrapers, but there’s work to be done. As a leading crane rental company in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland and Delaware, we have to do our part towards creating the next best skyscrapers, which will hopefully generate their own list of fun facts! Call us today at 1-844-99-CRANE, if you also play a part in this amazing process and are in need of crane and equipment rentals, warehouse and storage solutions, or trucking and logistics help.

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Tips For Protecting and Storing Your Rebar

A reinforcing bar, commonly known as rebar, provides strength and stability to concrete structures. While concrete is extremely strong, it can lose its integrity under tension stresses and lead to cracking and spalling, which occurs when the material starts flaking and breaking away. Rebar helps prevent concrete structures from premature cracking and flaking by absorbing and distributing the stress. However, common rebar is manufactured from unfinished tempered steel and is susceptible to rusting.

Using rusted rebar isn’t allowed when constructing a concrete structure and would result in your company’s work being turned down by the building inspector, unless the rust is removed. This is an obvious problem for anyone working with rebar, so it is paramount that your materials remain clean and rust free.

Rebar manufacturers produce various grades of rebar for use in different environments. For instance, in areas with highly corrosive atmospheres, such as the coastal areas we serve, a manufacturer can supply Type 2205 stainless steel rebar, which has a higher resistance to corrosion. Uncoated, corrosion-resistant, epoxy coated and galvanized rebars may also be employed in these situations.

No matter the type of rebar you choose to invest in for your projects, storing it properly is still essential, and we have compiled the following tips to help you do just that.

• Put the rebar on top of a raised non-metallic platform, such as wooden pallets. Both the ground and concrete areas absorb moisture and can lead to rusting.
• Cover the rebar with a thick protective tarp and secure it with cinder blocks (or something similarly heavy) at the corners and edges. You want to minimize the rebar’s exposure to the elements.
• If using galvanized rebar, avoid contact with uncoated rebar and excessive exposure to wooden materials, which can stain its surface. We recommend using another type of non-metallic platform.
• If using stainless steel rebar, avoid contact with carbon steel rebar or other ferrous (iron) materials. If this is unavoidable, make sure the stainless steel rebar is placed on the top of the other materials.

When it’s time to call it a day and head home, the best way to prevent corrosion is to take the rebar indoors. While we know that this is often easier said than done, it will ensure that your materials are ready for use and that extra time will not be needed to clean it and remove any accumulated rust. Remember that structural building materials not kept in good shape, such as rusted rebar, may not be approved by the building inspector. Furthermore, keep in mind that areas with high humidity and increased chances of rain or snow, such as Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland, increase your risks of rust.

If you’re looking for indoor storage solutions, call us at Thackray Crane Rental, Inc. We offer warehouse storage facilities with tractor trailer and railcar accessibility. Our indoor, climate-controlled warehouses are located conveniently throughout our service areas and provide security, video surveillance and 24-hour convenient access. Making the decision even easier for you, we have over 60 years of experience with logistics and transport support services that specialize in delivery synchronization. We will ensure that your materials make it to your job site when you need them, in the condition you need them to be in.

Whether you need storage assistance in MD, PA, NJ or DE, we can help. With our extensive experience and dedication, we can fulfill your needs and keep your materials safe and clean. We also have heavy-industrial outdoor storage yards to store your heavy machinery and semi-trailers. Trust Thackray and you won’t be disappointed!

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Giving Back to the Community During Holiday Season

We are a proud company that offers clients quality equipment and crane rentals throughout the Tri-State area. During the holiday season, we like to give back to the community and help those less fortunate find some joy through the season. That’s exactly what was accomplished this past December.

We thank all of those who participated in our donation drive to help benefit the infants and children at St. Francis – St. Joseph – St. Vincent Homes for Children, a Catholic Social Services Agency in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia.

As the year continues, we have adopted the charity to help support the mission of St. Francis – St. Joseph – St. Vincent Homes for Children. Throughout this past holiday season, all of our employees graciously took part in the donation drive to provide these children with diapers, toys, clothes, money, and other essentials after following a wish list. The wish list was provided by Melissa Bossert Prushen, M.Ed., the agency’s Title One Coordinator.

We are a tight-knit, family run company, and the holidays brought us together as one family. Our employees will donate throughout the year to this great cause, and any contributions you may have as our clients, we encourage you to think of those less fortunate and provide them with the warmth and love they deserve. Look for news of our upcoming donation drives, and take part in helping this family run team of dedicated and compassionate employees care for children at risk and in need.

Through giving back to the community, Thackray Crane Rental will continue to serve our clients with the highest quality/capacity products and operating equipment so your projects run smoothly. As you rent our cranes, boom trucks, forklifts, and other equipment in our fleet, it would make our year if you could donate some much needed items for the children at St. Francis – St. Joseph – St. Vincent Homes for Children that we have taken under our wing.

We remain proud and committed to you and our community.

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