We recently had the opportunity to attend the 2017 Specialized Carriers and Rigging Association (SC&RA) Annual Conference, joining 750 other participants from across the globe to meet, learn and celebrate our industry. The SC&RA helps members do businesses safer and more efficiently, by monitoring and affecting pending legislation and regulatory policies at the state and national … Continue reading Highlights from SC&RA Annual Conference 2017
A mechanical contractor came to us looking for assistance with a boiler replacement job, complete with new catwalks, rails and access ladders, for Rochester District Heating. Boiler replacements are typically complex projects, but this particular project was especially challenging since we were working against aggressive time constraints and the project had multiple components. Our customer’s goal … Continue reading No Boiler Too Complex for Boulter
“Safety first, never last. Have a future, not a past.” That’s the motto our friends at York Safety Solutions shared with us at our annual safety day training this year. The entire Boulter team got together to talk about this top priority. In the weeks leading up to the meeting, York employees visited several of … Continue reading How Boulter Sets the Safety Standard
Boulter recently worked with O'Connell Electric on a project involving a sonar test facility.
The Seneca Park Zoo contracted Boulter to install the safari bus for the 'Step Into Africa' Exhibit in 2012
Boulter’s crew has been onsite in the town of Chili removing the steel beams of the Union Street Bridge over I-90.
There’s nothing Boulter enjoys more than lifting large, heavy objects. Since we have been in this business for over 120 years, we have learned a thing or two about the most efficient and safest ways to install machinery and equipment.
There is a certain finesse required to complete a rigging job in the highest quality possible. Manufacturing machines aren’t simple moves either: they’re bulky and oddly-shaped. But those large, heavy machines are a huge investment to our clients; therefore, we take extra precautions to make sure the job is done correctly and with the highest caliber work … Continue reading One Crane, Two Forklifts, and a 30,000 Pound Machine: Rigging the Boulter Way