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SARENS
IN THE USA

Sarens entered US Heavy lift and heavy haul space in 2009 by acquiring Rigging International, a company based in California. We officialy changed the name to Sarens USA, INC. in 2012.

Sarens USA, INC has offices in Houston from where we cover the Gulf area, in Montana from where we cover the Midwest, and in Rowesville from where we cover the East coast.

SERVICES

We provide Engineered Heavy Lifting Services

Heavy Lifting

  • We provide Project-based heavy lift services
  • Turnaround maintenance
  • Installation of turbines & generators
  • Erection of steel structures
  • Erection of heat exchangers
  • Installation of mechanical equipment, drums, casing / inlet ducts, vessels, pumps

Heavy Transport Services

  • Out of Gauge and abnormal load transport
  • Project based heavy transport
  • Rental of specialized transport equipment
  • Factory-to-Foundation

Decomissioning and Dismantling Services

Rental Services

  • We provide bare lease as well as operated rentals services
  • Skidding & jacking

OUR
MARKETS

  • New nuclear plant construction
  • Operating nuclear plant
  • Small Modular Reactor (SMR)
  • Decommissioning
  • Department of Energy (DOE)
  • Government
  • Thermal power plants
  • Oil & Gas
  • Petrochemical
  • Major civil projects including:
    • Airports
    • Bridges
    • Stadia
    • Ports & yards
    • Oversized heavy haul

EQUIPMENT

  • Hydraulic cranes
  • Cranes ranging from 90T to 3200T
  • Hydraulic jacks
  • Strand jacks
  • Self Propelled Modular Trailers
  • Semi trailers
  • Out of Gauge transport

OFFICES

Houston, Texas (Office & Yard)
10855 John Ralston Rd
Houston, TX 77044
Tel: 832 536 3669
Fax: 832 615 2678

Missoula, Montana (Office)
7168 Expressway
Missoula, MT 59808
Tel: 406 543 4427

Rowesville, South Carolina (Office & Yard)
122 River Dr
Rowesville, SC 29133
Tel: 832 714 0176

Sorrento LA (Yard)
9204-A Highway 61
Sorrento, LA 70778
Tel: 225 450 7027

Sales
info.us@sarens.com

Accounts
ap.us@sarens.com

Sarens SGC-250 Arrives at the Bristol Port
Sarens SGC-250 arrives at the Bristol port from Ghent to start operations at the Hinkley Point C Nuclear Power Plant
19
May 2019

Sarens launched the SGC-250 (Sarens Giant Crane - 250) at the port of Ghent, in Belgium in November 2018. Sarens SGC-250, the largest and the mightiest crane in the world in both size and capacity, has a maximum load moment of 250.000TM, allowing it to lift an astonishing 5.000T. Even at a larger radius of 100 metres, it can lift an amazing 2.000T. SGC-250, designed in-house, has the most unique ability in the global crane industry to relocate the fully-rigged crane on site from one lifting position to another. The crane has two sets of wheels: one for slewing 360° and one for travelling. The second set is hydraulically retractable and is pushed out whenever the crane needs to travel. 

The SGC-250 will execute its first project in the UK, playing a key role in supporting the construction of the Hinkley Point C nuclear power station - currently the UK's largest and most complex civil engineering project. Hinkley Point C is a vital piece of infrastructure for the UK, supplying 7% of the country's low carbon electricity and also creating around 25.000 employment opportunities throughout the construction phase. The SGC-250 will help the Hinkley Point C team deliver increased efficiency by lifting and shifting the station's heaviest pre-fabricated components. The crane is planned to lift more than 600 pieces of pre-fabrications, including the five major parts of each unit's steel containment liner and dome.

The SGC-250 has reached the Bristol Port, UK ahead of its delivery to the Hinkley Point C nuclear power plant. For transport, the unit was divided into modules and shipped to Avonmouth Dock. It will be stored at the port until it makes the short onward journey to the construction site in Somerset. The Bristol Port plays a muster point for Hinkley and is a key hub in the logistical supply chain for one of the largest building projects in Europe.

Bristol Port has invested in new cranes to meet the ongoing demands of the Hinkley Point C development. It has also earmarked land for the storage of abnormal indivisible loads that are too big to move on the motorway network - these units will be barged to the project site.