Synergy Lifting Division has over 10 years’ experience in crane hire contract lifting & consultancy. Synergy operates extensively in Scotland & United Kingdom. Crane hire services are essential for many industries, including construction, mining, engineering, aviation, building maintenance and transportation. Synergy offer transportation, lifting, and heavy lifting services for various projects. With crane hire services, businesses can rent cranes of different sizes and capacities, ranging from 40 tonne to 1000 tonne, to fit their specific needs. Additionally, Synergy Lifting Division complies with the CPA (Construction Plant Hire Association) regulations and provides heavy lift plans and CPCS (Construction Plant Competence Scheme) certified operators.
40 tonne to 1000 tonne lift capacity
Synergy offer cranes of various sizes and capacities, ranging from 40 tonne to 1000 tonne, to fit different project needs. Smaller cranes with a lifting capacity of 40 tonnes are suitable for smaller projects, such as residential construction projects, while larger cranes with a lifting capacity of 1000 tonnes are suitable for more substantial projects, such as industrial, aviation and mining projects.
The Construction Plant Hire Association (CPA) is the leading trade association for the UK plant hire sector. The CPA sets standards and guidelines for crane hire companies to ensure safe and efficient operations which Synergy observe at all times. All crane hire companies in the United Kingdom should adhere to CPA regulations to provide high-quality services that prioritise safety.
Heavy lift plan
Before any lifting can take place, Synergy will consult with all project stakeholders and provide a heavy lift plan. A heavy lift plan is a comprehensive document that outlines the steps involved in lifting and moving large and heavy objects using a crane. The plan includes information on the crane’s size and lifting capacity, the weight and dimensions of the object being lifted, and the location of the lift. The heavy lift plan ensures that the lift is performed safely and efficiently, minimizing the risk of accidents and damage to property.
The Construction Plant Competence Scheme (CPCS) is the UK’s leading certification scheme for the plant and construction industry. CPCS certification provides evidence that an individual has the required skills and knowledge to operate cranes safely and efficiently. Crane hire companies in the United Kingdom hire CPCS-certified operators to ensure that the cranes are operated by skilled professionals who can perform the job safely and efficiently.
Most crane hire companies in the United Kingdom offer transportation services to move their cranes to different project sites. The transportation of cranes requires skilled drivers and specialised equipment to ensure safe transportation. Synergy Lifting Division offer a range of transportation options, including low loaders, flatbed trucks, and self-propelled modular transporters (SPMTs), depending on the crane’s size and weight.
Synergy offer a range of services, including transportation, lifting, and heavy lifting services. We comply with the CPA regulations and provide heavy lift plans and CPCS-certified operators to ensure that the cranes are operated safely and efficiently. The crane hire industry plays a vital role in the UK’s economy by supporting various industries, including construction, mining, and transportation and we are happy to support these industries.
CRANE HIRE – FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
The lift capacity range for cranes available for hire in Scotland and the United Kingdom varies from 40 tonnes to 1000 tonnes. This range caters to a wide range of lifting requirements, from small-scale construction projects to large-scale industrial operations.
CPA (Construction Plant Hire Association) is an industry-standard contract for hiring plant and machinery, including cranes. It outlines the terms and conditions of the hire, including insurance, payment, and liability. CPA compliance is important for crane hire in Scotland and the United Kingdom to ensure that the hire is legally and financially secure for both the hirer and the supplier.
A heavy lift plan is a detailed document that outlines the methodology for lifting heavy objects, including the equipment required, the load capacity of the crane, and the lifting points. It is necessary for crane hire in Scotland and the United Kingdom to ensure that heavy lifting is carried out safely and efficiently, minimising the risk of accidents or damage to the load, crane, or surrounding environment.
CPCS (Construction Plant Competence Scheme) is a certification scheme that ensures that crane operators are competent, qualified, and trained to operate cranes safely and efficiently. It is important for crane hire in Scotland and the United Kingdom to ensure that crane operators have the necessary skills and knowledge to operate the crane safely, minimising the risk of accidents or damage.
Transportation is important for crane hire in Scotland and the United Kingdom to ensure that the crane is delivered and set up on site safely and efficiently. This includes planning the route to the site, obtaining necessary permits and permissions, and ensuring that the transport vehicle is suitable for the size and weight of the crane. A well-planned and executed transportation strategy is essential for successful crane hire operations.