Taking to the skies: How cranes can be used in aviation
But what about in the air?
In addition to the typical crane and rigging services — industrial work, commercial construction, new homes — the team at
Strate Line has also helped aviation companies in North Idaho and Eastern Washington.
For example, our team recently worked with the Spokane International Airport. With the Spokane area continuing to grow and thrive, the airport has been attracting more travelers, both for tourism and business. As the airport offers more services, the area and roads surrounding the airport become more congested.
In an effort to streamline flow and keep travelers safe, the airport added more signage and options for driving.
As seen in the photo, the crews at Strate Line helped crane new signage into place with an aviation safety flag mounted on the boom tip, per FAA regulations for crane operations within flight pattern airspace. Because our team is professionally trained, they were able work within the regulations to get the job done quickly and efficiently.
That’s just one way we can serve the aerospace industry. In addition, our team is certified to hoist machinery or parts, or assist with construction.