Lowther-Rolton’s
Lift & Transportation Planning

At Lowther-Rolton we appreciate that the planning for every day lifting and transport operations, frequently overlooked and disrespected, demands the same focus and diligence as major lifts of a more ‘spectacular’ nature. Similarly, we are aware that lifts in off-site areas and laydown yards can often be overlooked.

We pledge to our Clients that we shall demonstrate our well-known attention to detail when preparing documentation for a simple task, or a major, complex event. Our highly experienced staff have planned, documented and executed hundreds of successful lifting and transport operations without incident.

Our drawings, prepared in AutoCAD, are backed by calculations for transport stability and lashing, crane outrigger and crawler forces, loadspreading, rigging geometry and capacity. We have developed in-house programs and couple these with the latest software packages for structural modelling and analysis.

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No Project is too big or too small for Lowther-Rolton, contact us today Professional Engineering services in every phase of construction planning,

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What Can You Expect From Us

First Party Design

  • Lift plans
  • Rigging arrangement and detail drawings
  • Axle load and Ground Bearing Pressure calculations
  • Transport arrangement drawings
  • Rail car loading and securement drawings
  • Gantry lift & jacking/skidding schemes
  • All work backed by calculation
  • All design work by Professional Engineers
  • All work thoroughly checked/approved
    prior to issue

Project Management

  • Feasibility studies
  • Constructability expertise
  • Procurement support
  • Modularization and Preassembly strategy

Third-Party Verification Services

  • Technical Audit
  • Technical supervision at site
  • Mechanical and Structural design verification
  • ASME/OSHA compliance checks

Sectors Served

  • Land Transportation
  • Marine Shipping
  • Construction
  • Refining/Oil and Gas​
  • Petrochemical​
  • Fossil Power Generation​
  • Nuclear Power Generation​
  • Renewables/wind farms​
  • Mining
  • Infrastructure