Your rigger's role and your responsibilities as a project leader are key components of a successful crane operation. Consult with your rigger in advance about the crane type that is needed on a job site and speak to the job site's facility manager to ensure that the property is adequately prepped.
The Rigger's Role
Your rigger will connect the chains, cables, and straps that are necessary for hoisting materials via a crane.
If you have older heavy machinery and equipment, then you should consider replacing it with newer models. The newer machinery and equipment can often save you money in the long run because it is more energy-efficient, and it won't be at the point of beginning to need numerous repairs. Also, when you replace your older equipment with newer, you can avoid finding yourself caught off guard with something that won't work and needing to be replaced right when you really needed it.