JJ Curran Crane "Curran Events"
 

September, 2009
Vol. 3, Issue 5

In This Issue


Employees of the Month

Curran Crane Calms Mother Nature's Roar

Lending a Helping Hand

Hot Off The Press

Update Your Email Preferences

Quick Links

J.J. Curran Crane Website

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Curran Crane Brochure

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Employees of the Month

J.J. Curran Crane would like to recognize our Employees of the Month for July and August.

Aaron ParsonsOperating Engineer, Aaron Parsons, was selected for the month of July. Aaron was recongnized for his many years of commitment and willingness to work.

Mark DeBoardThe employee of the month for August was Mark DeBoard. This is the second time of the year Mark has been chosen due to positive comments from our customers and his commitment to maintaining our equipment.

If you feel one of our other employees deserves recognition, please let us know by phone or online by filling out our testimonial form.

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Welcome to the September edition of Curran Events, J.J. Curran Crane's bi-monthly newsletter. In this issue you will see that it was a busy month for our boom trucks as well as our employees who volunteered their time to help a family in need.

Curran Crane Calms Mother Nature's Roar

A microburst hit the south end of Grosse Ile Township in late August causing many large trees to fall and severely damage several homes. J.J. Curran Crane was contracted to assist in the clean up by four companies including Elbamar Boat Club, T & T Tree Service,
K & L Services, and Brad’s Tree Service.35 ton Grove crane
Our 23-ton boom truck and 35-ton rough terrain crane went to work removing very large trees from the rooftops of several homes.

This story can be best described through images. Please visit our photo and video galleries below:

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Lending a Helping Hand

On August 25th 2009, J.J. Curran volunteered to help out a family in need of a new roof in Detroit. J.J. Curran’s dispatcher Eric James was contacted earlier in the month by a social worker looking for help setting a tarp on top of a single-family home within the city limits. This three-story dwelling was in dire need of a method to keep rain water from entering the house, providing a dry place for the family to reside.

JJ Curran Volunteers

With the help of five volunteers (Damien Sczepaniak, Rick McComas, Steve Jordano, Norm Bush, John Ryznar) and the donation of two boom trucks we set out to lay tarps over the house in the effort to provide temporary relief from the elements. Working in tandem our crew hoisted up new tarps and materials to secure the tarp to the roof. Making things difficult was the overall condition of the roof and its inability to support any individual of our crew. All work was to be done while suspended above the roof working from man baskets.

After four hours of laying the tarp, securing it to the roof and cutting vent holes our efforts paid off. Not a minute after completing the job it began to rain and continued to rain for the remainder of the week.

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Curran Crane Brochure Hot Off The Press

JJ Curran Crane BrochureAre you interested in learning more about Curran Crane? Check out our new brochure available in print and online. Give us a call or visit the "Company" section of our website to download.

 
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