Omega Morgan-Sarens’ Crane Services Division was called upon by Evergreen Erectors to assist with erecting steel for the new Mirror Lake Elementary School building in Federal Way, WA. The building will provide the school with more room, better security, and additional functionality.
Due to unfavorable winter weather and difficult conditions at the worksite, the project was three months behind. The steel fabricators were also experiencing challenges with supply and demand, which threatened to slow things down further. As a result, the timeline for completing the work was extremely tight. Our expert Seattle-based crew partnered with the Evergreen Erector team to safely accelerate the pace of erecting the steel.
Though a project like this would normally take about four to five weeks, both expert and efficient crews completed the job in just three and a half weeks–well ahead of schedule. We moved at an accelerated pace without any compromises to the rigorous and highly-held safety standards that are the foundation of all the work we do at Omega Morgan.
We’re happy to say that Evergreen Erectors is pleased with the outcome, and we’re grateful for the opportunity to serve them on this project. It is always a pleasure to work with their stellar crew.
Read more details about the project in our new crane services case study.