At McDonough we offer a variety of rental equipment to meet your job site’s vertical access needs. Our extensive fleet of construction hoists, transport platforms, personnel manlifts, and mast climbers is strategically positioned in Anaheim, Atlanta, Baltimore, Houston, and Tampa to service projects across the United States. Our turnkey rental services will ensure that your project runs smoothly from start to finish.
Contact us today to discuss your project needs with one of our Regional Sales Managers.
Turnkey Rental Services
Whether you call it a construction hoist, buck hoist or temporary elevator, we have a solution for your project. ANSI A10.4 code compliant.
Self-Erect Tower Cranes
Our transport platforms are a great alternative when traditional construction
hoists don’t fit your project requirements. ANSI A10.4 code compliant.
A common tower or Common platform is a fully customizable temporary structure, that can accommodate any structure or setback.
Our mast climbers are the best vertical access solution for all of your commercial building facade work.
Who We Are
McDonough. Elevating Project Success Since 1976
At McDonough we offer a variety of rental equipment to meet your job site’s vertical access needs. Our extensive fleet of construction hoists, tower cranes, transport platforms, material lifts, and mast climbers is conveniently positioned in Anaheim, Atlanta, Baltimore, Houston, and Tampa. McDonough maintains local service capabilities in most major cities across the United States to better serve our clients. Our turnkey rental services will ensure that your project runs smoothly from start to finish.
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