Birmingham Crane Hire
Maxim Lifting provide Crane Hire, Crane Management and Lifting Services across the UK. We bring a highly motivated service with decades of experience to each and every project. Whether you require a one-off domestic Lift or full Lifting Project Management Service, Maxim Lifting can cater for your needs. Health, Safety and Environment is at the forefront of everything we do, we are Certified to ISO 9001 – 14001 – 45001 standards along with all main accreditation authorities. MAXIM LIFTING is a tried and trusted name across the lifting industry with a solid reputation for getting the job done.
We cover the whole of the UK and can respond to any request without delay. Whether you need Mini Crane Hire, Mobile Crane Hire, Tower Crane Hire and Management or Lift and Shift Solutions we are the go-to company for any requirement.
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Our Birmingham Crane Hire Services
We provide crane hire and management services in Birmingham and the surrounding areas. With a fleet of cranes and experienced teams, we are able to provide a service that meets your needs.
We have a range of cranes available, from small mobile cranes to large tower cranes. Our team can help you choose the right crane for the job, and we can provide training and support to ensure that you can use the crane safely and effectively.
See how our team uses their experience, machinery, and the latest technology to provide superior crane hire and lifting services for our clients.
Birmingham Crane Hire FAQs
There is no definitive answer as the cost of hiring a crane will vary depending on a number of factors, such as the type and size of crane required, the duration of the hire, and the location. However, as a general guide, it is possible to say that hiring a crane in the UK can cost anywhere from £700 to £10,500 per day.
The reach of a mobile crane will vary depending on the type and size of crane, as well as the specific application. However, as a general guide, mobile cranes can typically reach up to around 45 – 100 metres.
In order to lift a load with a crane, the crane must be of an appropriate size and type for the job, and the load must be properly secured. The crane operator must also be trained and experienced in safely operating the crane.
In addition, there are various regulations that govern crane operation, which vary from country to country. In the UK, the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 – BS7121 and L.O.L.E.R 98 Regulations sets out specific requirements for crane lifting. Employers must ensure that their employees are aware of these regulations and that the cranes being used are operated safely.
A crane hire risk assessment is a process whereby the risks associated with hiring and operating a crane are identified and assessed. This includes assessing the risks to employees, the public, and property. The aim of a crane hire risk assessment is to ensure that all potential risks are minimised, and that any remaining risks are acceptable.
Whether your requirements are a simple one-off lift or a multi-crane technical lift, Maxim Lifting Services has the equipment and the know-how to provide a safe, efficient and cost-effective solution for your lifting needs.