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Wagstaff Acquires Bronson Crane

Self Erectors

Snake River Bridge Expansion

These spans required 5 different crane moves and the girders weighed up to 180,000 pounds!

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The Big Guns!

Monumental project in Lehi

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How it All Began

The company was founded in 1963 by H.R. and Evelyn Wagstaff. The couple started with one small crane and a firm desire to serve in the Rocky Mountain area.
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A Complete Fleet

Our ever expanding fleet is one of the largest and most complete in the Intermountain region. We work hard to ensure that we have the right crane for your job.
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Engineered for Success

Doing a job right starts with having great Engineers on your team. That’s why we’re one of the safest, and most respected outfits around – because of our Engineering team.
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Solid People

Great people make a great company. We work hard to find the best team members to join our company, and we’re proud of the people we call family.
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A Crane Type For Every Job

With a new LTM 1450-8.1, and our new LR 1300 SX Crawler Crane, we’ve plowed into a bigger market.
Our diverse fleet allows us to cater to a wide range of jobs.

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Want to know where we’ve been?

Snake River Bridge Expansion

Our #GMK7550 and #LTM1750 worked together on spans that required 5 different crane moves and the girders weighed up to 180,000 pounds!

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1450 Tower Crane

Building Salt Lake City one crane at a time. We teamed up with Okland and Hensel Phelps to build a tower crane that will build the new Hyatt Regency hotel in downtown Salt Lake.

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Huntsman Cancer 900 Ton

Due to the location of the bridge and how it ties into the building on the North side, this bridge needed to be placed prior to building any of the Phase 5 structure.

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Lehi Bridge

How do you install a pedestrian bridge that is 220 feet long and weighs 187,000 pounds? Together with D.R. Horton and Noland Construction, we got the job done!

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