Lift Your Masterpieces to New Heights
Canadian Air-Crane can give real lift to your creations.
When contractors need a reliable helicopter backed by experienced
industry professionals get the job done efficiently, the Erickson
S-64 is the aerial crane system of choice. Canadian Air-Crane's
reputation has often led to high profile work.
We have placed large structural steel framework, artistic
structures, statues, and ornamental steel at sites throughout
North America. From complete frames, to multiple lift structures
placing individual beams and grillage, we get involved in
the planning process from the beginning to help create safe
and efficient working loads. Our construction pilots and crews
have more than 20 years of experience in aerial heavy lift
construction. That experience pays off in time savings with
a remarkably efficient lift operation.
Some of the Erickson S-64's most notable flights have included:
- Removing and replacing the Statue of Freedom from the
dome of the United States Capitol Building in Washington,
- Removing and replacing the Statue Commonwealth that
sits atop the Capitol Dome in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
- Installing the weather metering systems and antennas
that would top off the world's second tallest self-supported
structure - Toronto's CN Tower. The tower stands at more
than 1,800 feet (~549 m).
- In the United States, Erickson employs the S-64 "F"
model aircrane on a daily basis lifting and setting structural
steel framework on automotive plant buildings and skyscrapers
across the Midwestern and Eastern United States.