After it built the Luling Bridge, it was bought by the contractor for the Copper River Bridge in South Carolina. After that bride was done, the US Army Core of Engineers bought it.
|Ben Stalvey posted|
Can't wait to see more pictures of this platform Ringer. The US Army Corp Of Engineers owns it now. Called Hercules
|Josh Karras commented on the posting|
[This is another barge mounted ringer crane with a jib and a big pile of counterweights.]
|US Coast Guard Photo from gCaptain|
|Tim Freitag posted He is at Peoria Lock and Dam|
There you go Ben think this is a 4100. It's a core rig named Hercules.
Ben StalveyGroup Admin It's actually a 60' platform ringer. All platform ringers were based off of some pieces and parts of a 4600.
|Mike weaver commented on Tim's posting|
|Mike Weaver commented on Tim's posting|
Ben StalveyGroup Admin Sure is neat how it folds downJon Hart Has to fit under those bridges!
|Andrew Erickson posted|
Hercules headed up river by Lacon IL
[I wonder where the USACE stores it between jobs.]