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Stan in my line of work, we were almost never out of the swing radius of a crane, if so then the crane would move. The only way you will have any real production is to roll the beams, and do all the welding flat. Most projects we did, the iron was fabed in our yard on the Duwamish River, or our yard of the Puyallup River set on barges, and shipped to site.
90% of the iron on this project just west of the Bonneville Dam was fabed in the Puyallup River yard. All double 36”x300# beams, with double 24”x94# beams, setting on over a million dollars of 36”x 3/4” wall pipe bought in Mexico. This temporary work trestle was little bigger than a football field.
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