Beyel Brothers & Dynamics Group Inc Help Schools Grow

During just five days of spring break Dynamics Group Inc and Beyel Brothers Inc removed, transported, and installed 16 classroom buildings from two elementary schools to an Orange County, Florida high school. “We are glad to be able to support the continued growth of the 8th-largest school district in the nation,” said Mahendra Setaram, president of Dynamics Group Inc.

Beyel Brothers used a Demag 245-ton capacity AC 220-5 to lift the classrooms onto trucks, and a 225-ton capacity Grove GMK 5225 to lift them off the trailers onto their new locations. Both cranes used a custom rigging configuration with multiple slings and spreader bars. The 16 temporary classroom buildings were disassembled and transported in 32 loads from Avalon Elementary and Orange County Virtual School in Orlando to Apopka High School in Apopka, Florida.

Mirroring the continued population growth in central Florida, between September and March already total enrollment has increased by over 3,300 students in the Orange County Public School system. That is 10% more than the enrollment jump from the 2021-22 schoolyear to the beginning of 2022-23 when five new schools opened in Orange County. “We are happy to be able to play a part in the growth of the school system to better serve teachers, students and their families,” said Joe Beyel, president of Beyel Brothers. Dynamics Group Inc and Beyel Brothers are already scheduled to move additional classroom buildings over the summer.

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Hubbard & Beyel Brothers Install Pedestrian Bridge

Recently Hubbard Construction and Beyel Brothers, Inc. assembled and installed a new pedestrian bridge over US Highway 19 in Clearwater, Florida. “It is wonderful when we can build infrastructure to make areas safer for pedestrians and drivers,” said Mike Kanaday, VP of construction at Hubbard. The construction company’s scope of work for the project included erection of the pedestrian overpass structure as well as milling and resurfacing, drainage improvements, curbs and gutters, sidewalks, and utility improvements.

The skilled team from Hubbard Construction assembled the bridge by the side of US Highway 19, on Beyel Brothers’ high-capacity steel stools. The finished piece was 235 feet long and weighed 240,000 pounds. Beyel Brothers lifted the bridge, rotated it 180 degrees, and set it in place using a 750-ton capacity Demag AC 650 all-terrain crane.

“Our commitment to safety extends to our customers and their work,” Joe Beyel, president of Beyel Brothers, said. “We are honored to have been a part of executing this and many other infrastructure projects over the years.”

Crane setting the Clearwater pedestrian bridge over US 19

Hubbard is a leading heavy construction firm operating throughout Florida. We are proud to improve the lives of millions of Americans every day by building complex highway interchanges, state-of-the-art roads, conventional bridges, underground utilities, airport runways, landfill services and commercial/theme park/resort site development. At Hubbard, we’re building Florida’s bright new future.

Beyel Brothers, Inc. is one of the largest crane and rigging companies in the United States. With safety and efficiency in mind, Beyel is uniquely equipped to handle turnkey projects involving lifting, rigging, heavy hauling, and marine work from concept to completion. The company offers engineering, logistics, and project management with the heavy-duty equipment to make vision into reality.

{This story has been published by American Cranes & Transport, Heavy Lift & Project Forwarding International and International Cranes & Transport.}