TCC-2500 Works at Water Reclamation Facility Project in Texas

April 1, 2024

Lexington, KY – Sundt Construction, known for its diverse range of construction projects, including heavy civil, industrial, large commercial, and renewables, recently acquired a Link-Belt 250-ton (235-mt) TCC-2500 telescopic crawler crane for the construction of a new water reclamation facility in Taylor, Texas.

Michael Wallin, Regional Equipment Manager at Sundt Construction, spearheaded the expansion of Sundt’s crane division in 2018. With expertise in various crawler crane options, Wallin highlighted the unique advantages of the TCC-2500.

TCC-2500 main image at water reclamation facility

“We had been seeking a TCC-2500 for some time. Telescopic crawlers are ideal for road projects; they can maneuver under overpasses, retract the boom, and

require minimal disassembly. Our operators have had positive experiences with this crane on joint venture projects, making it a highly sought-after asset,” Wallin explained.

During initial construction of the water reclamation facility, the TCC-2500 offloads precast and other construction materials across the extensive site with its pick and carry ability.

“It’s just a versatile crane, we’ll use it for the initial setup of this job, and then it will lift larger forms, precast, and place steel once we get the exterior of the building up. We’ll probably have it here for about a year and then it will move on and do something similar,” said Wallin.

Link-Belt Cranes, with headquarters in Lexington, Kentucky, is a leader in the design and manufacture of telescopic boom and lattice boom cranes for the construction industry worldwide.