Liftech provides engineering and design services for many types of projects worldwide, including container cranes and terminals, wharves, heavy lift and rigging, ferry terminals, and bulk unloaders and terminals.
Liftech has designed cranes for most of the world’s container crane manufacturers. Other services include crane procurement, assessment, maintenance, modification, repair, and relocation assistance. Click image to view gallery.
Liftech worked with Manson Construction Company as part of their design-build team to design the 426 foot long wharf and access bridges; a 955 foot long sheet pile sea wall, mooring platforms, and walkways; and longshoreman building for the Port of Redwood City.
Liftech worked with Manson Construction Company as part of their design-build team to design the wharf, access ramp, and mooring platform structures for a cement unloading facility for Cemex Inc. Click image to view gallery.
Heavy Lift & Rigging Galleries
Liftech provides structural design and review of heavy lift and crane structures for nuclear power plants, offshore platforms, and other heavy lift structures. Click image to view gallery.
Liftech was the lead marine engineering design consultant for this design-build project of a floating fire station in San Francisco. Fireboats and jet skis moor along the float so the firefighters can quickly respond to emergencies.
Water Emergency Transportation Authority, 2013
Liftech designed a 78 foot long steel float as a replacement float at the Clay Street Ferry Terminal in Oakland, California. Click image to view gallery.
Water Emergency Transportation Authority, 2011.
Liftech designed two 80 ft by 15 ft by 5 ft steel floats as layover berths for Water Emergency Transportation Authority ferry vessels. Click image to view gallery.
Liftech’s building design experience ranges from one-story and two-story tilt-up concrete building with steel or wood framing to multi-story braced frame steel buildings. Click image to view gallery.
Other Structures Galleries
At more than 1,000 feet long, 250 feet wide, and 170 feet tall each, two blimp hangars constructed in the 1940s at Moffett Field are among the world’s largest clear-span timber structures. One of these hangars had significant damage to many of its timber truss arches.