MOBRO Marine donated their time and equipment to transport the last remaining shuttle fuel tank to Wings of Dreams Aviation Museum. The tank, along with other pieces of NASA's history, was loaded onto MOBRO's barge at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral. We then towed the equipment to Green Cove Springs, where it will be offloaded and transported to Keystone Heights, FL.
MOBRO Marine installed 2 protective sheds on our 260’ x 72’ barge, “Big Max”, to transport 6 police helicopters to Santa Marta, Colombia. The sheds were installed by our crew at our yard in Green Cove Springs, FL. The helicopters were loaded onto the barge in Savannah, GA and then towed by our tug “El Puma Grande” to Colombia, where our crew then assisted with unloading.
MOBRO Marine provided 2 tugboats, 2 barges and our American 11320, 450-Ton crawler crane, along with our personnel, to lift and transport 2 military airplanes from St. Augustine, FL to JaxPort, Jacksonville, FL.
MOBRO Marine provided a Kobelco CK1100G, 110-Ton Crawler Crane with 150 feet of boom and 60 feet of jib to Cavalier Construction in Nassau, Bahamas. We delivered it by barge to be used to help expand the Princess Margaret Hospital in downtown Nassau. The crane was used to lift steel beams and precast walls for the hospital in very tight quarters.
Mobro utililized two of its heavy lift cranes to remove the 90' shrimp boat off the ocean floor. The shrimp boat was upside down with its bow under about 40' of the sea floor. The American 9299 Ring Horse and the American 11320 were put to the test with the load weighing around 600,000 lbs.
MOBRO Marine Inc used one of its American 11320 (450t) crawlers and one American 11250 (300t) crawler to lift 2 spuds from Great Lakes dump scow and install on the Dredge New York. Each spud measured 105' long and weighed 110 tons.
MOBRO Marine provides 10 barges and 5 American Cranes to Nicholson Construction for tunnel project in Miami. The crane barges are being used for ground stabilization in front of the tunnel boring machine. Once completed, port traffic will be diverted though the tunnel (under the Miami River) and to I-95, helping alleviate downtown Miami traffic.
MOBRO Marine provides United Contractors with American Ringhorse, spud barges and jobsite tug for replacement of Skidaway Island Bridge in Georgia. The heaviest haunch girders weighted 130 tons and were set at 80' radius.
On Thursday, Dec. 15th, Mobro Marine had an open house for our recently opened Tampa branch at 5402 West Tyson Avenue, headed by Kevin Willis. We showcased the new Kobelco Model CK1100G, 110-ton crawler crane with Greg Ballweg, National Sales Manager, and Robert Blackburn, Service Manager, on-hand from Kobelco to demonstrate the new features of the crane and answer questions. The G series Kobelco cranes meet all of the new Tier 4 engine requirements and have been upgraded by the factory based on previous customer comments.
A good time was had by all. Special thanks go to our customers from American Bridge, Archer Western, Orion Marine, PCL Civil, Lane Construction, Kelley Equipment, All Crane, and Crane Rental of Orlando, who took time out of their busy schedules to come meet with us.
Please call on Kevin Willis in Tampa at 813-520-8403 or Neil Corrado in Green Cove Springs at 904-571-9270 if you have any questions about the new CK1100G or any of the Kobelco cranes. They can also assist you with leasing or purchasing any of our American cranes, barges, tugboats or with any inland or ocean towing needs you might have.
MOBRO used one of its 2 American 11320, 450-ton crawler cranes to relocate 2 concrete silos for Bahamas Concrete Holdings, LTD. This involved lifting the silos from their original location, walking them to the waterfront, loading onto MOBRO's barge "MOBRO 2009" and transporting to their new jobsite where we set them in place.
These silos will be used to provide concrete for new road construction and for the renovation of Cable Beach.
MOBRO Marine moved the barge "Pegasus" for the United Space Alliance down the Banana River for the last time on November 10, 2011. The "Pegasus" transported the solid rocket boosters for the space shuttle program between Cape Canaveral and the Stennis Space Center in Mississippi. MOBRO has been proud to serve alongside the employees of the Space Alliance and NASA over the past 6 years.
MOBRO is supplying four barges with American Model 9299 and American Model 9310 cranes on them and three material barges to Nicholson Construction. Nicholson is using this equipment as drill rigs as they work on the Port of Miami Tunnel Project.
MOBRO assisted Superior Construction at their County Road 209 / Black Creek bridge jobsite. Superior rented 15 Flexifloats from MOBRO to provide a platform for their Kobelco CK2500 Crawler Crane. In the photos, the crane is being walked off using our 46' long steel ramps. We can assist you in projects like these with cranes, barges, tugs and special loading ramps. Please contact one of our sales representatives.
MOBRO has recently added an American 11250, 300-Ton Crawler Crane to its fleet. This crane is ready for heavy lifts and long term rentals.
Mobro Marine is pleased to announce Kevin Willis has joined us as our new Tampa Branch Manager. Kevin can help you with all your equipment rental and service needs. Call him at 813-839-2070.
MOBRO Marine used one of its new Kobelco CK2500-II crawler cranes on an ABS barge to lift and remove three of the container cranes located at the France Road Terminal in New Orleans.
MOBRO Marine used one of its American 11320 (450t) crawlers on an ABS spud barge to lift and remove 190' long struts weighing 91 tons each. MOBRO Marine's crane and barge was transported from Jacksonville, FL to Puerto Rico by the newest edition to their US Flag Tug fleet, the "Rio Bravo"
On March 10, 2010, the shipping port in Grand Bahama was hit by a tornado, resulting in the collapse of one of its large container cranes used in the loading and offloading of ships. Mobro Marine was then contracted by Cargotec to mobilize one barge mounted American 11320 (450t) crawler and one barge mounted American 9310 Ringhorse from Jacksonville, FL to Grand Bahama. After two months of heavy lifting, Mobro Marine successfully completed the job and returned back to their private port facility in North Florida.
Mobro Marine tugs and captains have provided assist services for the NASA Space Program for the past 5 years. Prior to every launch, Mobro tugs transport the fuel cell from the port in Cape Caneveral to the VAB (Vertical Assembly Building).
Mobro leased barge "Mobro 1214" to American Bridge Company for the construction of a floating waterslide for Disney Island. The waterslide barge was built on top of Mobro's barge, then towed by Mobro's tug "Ybor City" to Disney Island in the Bahamas. After arrival, Mobro Marine submerged the "Mobro 1214" barge, floated off the Walt Disney waterslide barge then pulled it into place.
Mobro Marine Inc lifted and set two bascular bridge girders, weighing 150 tons each, onto barge "Mobro 2501" in Palatka, Florida. Mobro's tug "Ybor City" then towed barge to Fall River, Massachusetts for the Brightman Street Bridge Replacement.
Mobro Marine completed fabrication of 150'x48' ABS spud barge "Mobro 1221". Mobro also completely refurbished 125 ton American 9720 and mounted the pedestal crane to the new barge. This is the second new pedestal crane and barge Mobro Marine has constructed for its rental fleet.
Mobro Marine leases several ABS barges and cranes to American Bridge Company for cruise terminal construction in Honduras. Mobro also loaded 26 sections of 115' pipe at our private port facility. Mobro's Tug "El Puma Grande" then towed equipment and material to Central America.
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