Engineering: Rigging Plan Review & Development
Rigging plans are not just a good idea for any tower building project, they’re required by today’s industry standards. Rigging refers to all the cables, brackets, mounts, and other equipment used by contractors in the tower construction and equipment installation process. At Stainless, our in-house tower engineering team offers both expert review of existing rigging plans as well as from-scratch development of new rigging plans. With our decades of experience and unmatched know-how we’re proud to help ensure the safety and productivity of our customers’ tower construction sites.
Meeting Standards & Regulations
There are a variety of industry standards and government regulations related to tower construction planning and methods. These include TIA-322 and its predecessor, TIA-1019A. They also include the ANSI/ASSE A10.48 standards. In fact, our team has been deeply involved in the industry committees that composed these standards for several decades. That means we have unmatched knowledge and insight into all of the exacting standards and regulations related to tower rigging plans. Plus, we have the in-house team needed to apply this knowledge to maximum benefit for all of our customers.