Digging & Rigging wins SC&RA photo contest!

Congratulations to Digging & Rigging, Inc. for winning the Essential Collaboration photo contest!
Digging & Rigging, Inc. transported this modular control building (70’Lx17’Wx12’H, 65,000 lbs.) from Ruther Glenn, VA on the Faymonville HighwayMAX to the National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC. The building was offloaded on to the Faymonville ModulMAX and brought in to the Museum where if would be jacked up and suspended from the ceiling.


Wind Industry

In 2014, we expanded our fleet with a new all-terrain LTM 1750-9.1. This 9 axle crane has allowed us to better serve our customers in need of a crane with a large lifting capacity, up to 900 Ton. This powerhouse is also capable of a max hook height of 500 ft. and a max radius of 370 ft. The on the fly crab steering mode allows this large crane to transition into tight work areas with ease.

Digging & Rigging, Inc. has quickly become proficient in industries that were previously out of our reach, including wind power maintenance. Typically, tower and crawler cranes are used for larger lifts, but require more time for travel, set-up and break-down. The LTM 1750-9.1 is mobile both on the road and onsite.

Most recently, this crane has been working hard on several wind farms in Pennsylvania. Currently, it is on a farm in Garrett, PA performing a drivetrain exchange, which requires rotor removal on these particular turbines.

Fundraiser T-Shirt

For all too many Veterans, returning from military service means difficulties transitioning. Access to services is essential in order to help our returning vets recover from their combat experiences and reconnect with their lives.

Digging & Rigging, Inc. is a proud to team up with local organization, Platoon 22, to help raise awareness and funds for construction of their new Veterans Center located in Frederick County. This facility will offer first class services to our country’s heroes who live across our region.

You may say to yourself – I want to help. Here’s your chance to do that!

Digging & Rigging, Inc. has designed a custom shirt for purchase. All net proceeds will be donated to Platoon 22. Digging & Rigging, Inc. will match net proceeds earned from your purchases for donation as well.

To order a shirt or several, please follow click here. Or, click on the “D&R Apparel” tab above.

For more information on Platoon 22 and the Veterans Center, please visit https://platoon22.org/.

Crane Rental & Heavy Hauling

With an extensive line of boom trucks, truck crane, all-terrain cranes, and crawler cranes you can be sure that we have the equipment, skill, and expertise to get your project off the ground or in some cases, on the ground. We also have a full fleet of tractors and specialized trailers to meet your heavy hauling needs. When on loading, hauling, and offloading of your goods is a multi-faceted task from one vendor to another we at Digging & Rigging have the equipment and solutions to eliminate the back and forth that may result in having too many hands in the pot.

Digging & Rigging, Inc. continues to strive to accomplish those tasks other companies deem impossible!

Dependability you can trust!

From your first point of contact with Digging & Rigging, you can rest assure that you will receive quality service. Our estimators will contact you for general job details and follow up this discussion with an on-site visit, which enables them to provide an accurate quote. They will check the site for overhead obstructions, underground voids, clearances as well as ground pressures. Depending on the scope of work, they may request a lift plan from our lift planning department to be certain that the equipment  chosen for the job will handle the work in a safe, cost effective, and timely manner. Upon review, our customer service department will prepare your proposal, which will include any special details provided by you, the customer.  These steps ensure that you, your job, and the services we provide go above and beyond your expectations!

Determining the right crane for your project.

Determining the right crane for a job requires preliminary planning that is an essential part of the process. It not only ensures your site is safe for workers and the public, but it can also help you reduce costs, keep your job within budget, and on schedule. Load capacity, radius, and site conditions are a few of the many factors to consider on every job site. Our estimators are trained to understand all facets of the work to be performed when choosing a crane capable of handling your project. With crane capacities ranging from 2 ton to 900 ton, we are certain to have the equipment to handle the demands of your project.