Project Management Institute

Crane Correction

Construction-Site Incidents Are Fueling Equipment Upgrades

Cranes are due for an upgrade. Major accidents, which have grabbed international headlines, are placing more pressure on companies to pursue projects to develop smarter and safer cranes. After all, accidents don't only threaten project progress at construction and oil sites—they can be deadly.
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