Crane Hire Services
Supplying Crane & Lifting Equipment Of A Highly Maintained Standard, Crew That Are Expertly Trained, & Rigging Equipment To The Industry That Is Innovative
What We Do
24/7 Crane Hire Adelaide
Crane hire in Adelaide and around South Australia for residential and commercial projects.
Mini Crane Hire Specialists
Leading the field in innovation for tight and limited access crane jobs.
No Job Too Big Or Small
We supply mobile cranes from 2.9 ton to 200 ton across Adelaide, SA and Australia.
24/7 Crane Hire Adelaide
Plan the work…. Work the plan
In our business, we strive to provide the best crane and lifting equipment, with crew that are thinking ahead in order to manage work cost efficiently.
We think hard about how we can plan to be the most cost-efficient, and then work that plan.
- Commercial Glass installation
- Glass vacuum lifting equipment 320kg – 1000kg
- Glass stillages and manipulators
- Structural steel erection
- Lift planning software
- Site inspections
- General crane hire
- Trusses and roofing
- Air conditioning installation
- Pool installations
- Access equipment/forklifts
- 3 Tonne mini crawler
- Man & Materials lifting cages/lifting decks
Large Scale Commercial Capabilites
We are not only well equipment to provide crane support to Large Scale Projects, we are proven to do so in our recent Tier 1 projects. Our Tier 1 & 2 construction clients engage us early into the project, to provide innovative ideas on site establishment, crane operations and demobilisation. This early engagement is powerful, as we can implement good strategies that lead to improved efficiency throughout the project.
As Load 28 is well trained in Project Management, we have successfully completed a number of Delta Core Projects, and difficult construction activities that require extensive planning, monitoring and execution.
The Mini Crane Specialists
Being innovative, thinking outside the square… requires innovative equipment! This is where our extensive mini crane fleet comes into action. Load 28 utilises the Maeda Mini Crane Product for all lifting that has limited access for all applications. We find our equipment heavily used for accessing rear yard and internal shopping malls for glass replacements.
Our new machine is new technology to the market, and utilises a knuckle boom to reach those difficult areas. When we couple this type of technology to an innovative company, we discover a range of methods to utilise lifting techniques that can be extremely cost efficient. Like this project here; we engineered and designed this machine to sit on top of a building, saving extensive money on large cranes to facilitate the work.
Load 28 carries 8 of these machines, ranging from 1.0 Ton – 4.0 Ton. View our Mini Crawler Crane Fleet here.
A Fleet To Match Any Job’s Requirements
It has been ‘innovative organic growth’, that has lead to Load 28’s growth and stability. Subsequently, we really do have a crane to suit any requirement!
From our mini crawler cranes, to our compact city cranes, up to our all terrain large mobile cranes. We complete mobile crane activities for pool installation, residential construction, air conditioning unit replacements and large commercial construction. We really do have a crane to suit any requirement!
Some Of Our Latest Projects
The MCH 125 tower crane being installed at a construction site in Ulney, South Australia. This crane is an electric/hydraulic crane and is the only crane of this type in South Australia, and is owned and operated exclusively by Load 28. It's a fantastic all purpose...
The Issue. Load 28 trialled the use of RoboRigger, to assist with the management of wind for Facade install on the Skycity Adelaide Project. RoboRigger was trialled by our trained operator Aaron Sheppard, who displayed the unit and further trained the tower crane...
Load 28 uses a unique Tower Crane, Potain MCH125 for apartment construction. The Potain MCH 125 is a Topless Electro Hydraulic Luffing Jib Tower Crane unlike any other crane on the market. It represents the very latest in tower crane design, and here is a small video...