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Tight Squeeze in Downtown LA


Earlier this summer, Reliable executed a high profile lift and set of a 25,000 pound electrical box lid owned by LADWP. The electrical box lies beneath the surface of the soon to be Oceanwide Plaza in Downtown Los Angeles, adjacent to Staples Center. Our 275 ton Grove GMK 5275 rigged in at an exceptionally tight location with 90.3K of CTW, inside the site’s entrance off of Figueroa Street. ...

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Reliable Ranked on Top 100 Largest Crane Companies List


On June 12th, American Cranes and Transport released their annual list of the Top 100 Largest North American Crane companies. This was Reliable's debut on the list, ranking at number 72. The list is calculated by total load capacity of each company's owned fleet, reporting on over 3,000 companies across the continent. Reliable is honored to have achieved this status. We look forward to ...

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Reliable Crane Assists National Geographic’s None of the Above


As of late Reliable Crane Service has been involved with multiple television productions. We assisted with National Geographic’s new show None of the Above with a few episodes. In addition to this Reliable Crane has assisted with the set up and camera angles on a Volkswagen commercial and a local car commercial as well. Customers call upon RCS for our safe track record and ingenuity in ...

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A World Record Breaking Continuous Concrete Pour


Recently, Reliable Construction Service assisted the Wilshire Grand project with a world record breaking continuous concrete pour in downtown Los Angeles. Reliable Construction Service began working on the Wilshire Grand project in late November 2013. Since then we have assisted with various complex aspects of the high profile high rise project in downtown Los Angeles. One of the key moments was ...

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The Final Tower Crane on the Wilshire Grand Project Installed


In August 2014 Reliable Construction Services successfully installed the fourth and final tower crane on the Wilshire Grand project in Los Angeles. The crane was put together within the concrete core of the building. An internal climber will be used for this tower crane as it  

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